Mitt Romney is laying the groundwork for a post- Republican era 

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'The president will not be the president forever': Mitt Romney says America is in 'critical times' and is laying the groundwork for a post- Republican era Utah Senator Mitt Romney says he is looking past 's presidency  He tells The Atlantic: 'The president will not be the president forever'  'Berating another person, or calling them names, or demeaning a class of people, not telling the truth - those are not private things,' he said of Romney has been one of the president's most vocal Republican critics 

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Published: 22:09 BST, 20 October 2019 | Updated: 22:10 BST, 20 October 2019

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Mitt Romney is already planning for a post- Republican era. 

'The president will not be the president forever,' the Republican Utah senator told The Atlantic. 

This comes as no surprise as Romney has been known to call out the president, despite being from the same party.  

'Berating another person, or calling them names, or demeaning a class of people, not telling the truth - those are not private things,' he said of , adding, 'If during the campaign you pay a porn star $130,000, that now comes into the public domain.' 

Utah Senator Mitt Romney says he is looking past Trump's presidency

Utah Senator Mitt Romney says he is looking past 's presidency

He tells The Atlantic: 'The president will not be the president forever'

He tells The Atlantic: 'The president will not be the president forever'

Earlier this month, Romney denounced 's troop withdrawal in Syria as a 'bloodstain on the annals of American history.'

'The decision to abandon the Kurds violates one of our most sacred duties. It strikes at American honor. What we have done to the Kurds will stand as a blood stain in the annals of American history,' said

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