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Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) is one of President Donald Trump's favorite targets for derision ever since he announced that he would't vote for Trump in the 2016 election.

Since then, Romney became the first Senator in American history to vote to convict a President of his own party in an impeachment trial. He recently announced that he won't be supporting Trump's 2020 reelection bid.

The Senator made headlines this past weekend when he joined protests in Washington, D.C. against the murder of George Floyd by police. Romney proclaimed at the protest that "Black lives matter"—one of the only influential Republicans to do so.

It wasn't long before Trump took to Twitter to deride the Senator with sarcasm.

There's just one problem.

Mitt Romney's poll numbers aren't tanking.

Around 56 percent of Utah voters approve of Mitt Romney's job performance, while only 44 percent of those same voters approve of Trump's.

Even when Romney was the lone Republican Senator to act in opposition to Trump during the Senate's impeachment trial, his vote to convict the President didn't harm his polling in Utah.

As many expected, Trump was simply denying facts.




They soon began reminding Trump of his own approval ratings.




Yikes.