If Romney is chosen, he’s got some explaining to do

It all comes down to Romney’s words and what he means.

No one, Republican or Democrat, delivered a more scathing indictment of Trump than Romney’s devastating critique in the spring at the Hinckley Institute of Politics Forum in Utah.

Did Romney believe at the time that no one was listening or cared what he had to say? Because his words were heard around the world.

If Romney is offered and accepts the nomination to State, does he expect us to believe that the words he expressed about Trump did not reflect his sincere beliefs?

And if that’s the case, when Romney steps out on the world stage, should global leaders simply wipe out the meaning of whatever comes out of his mouth out of concern that he will be delivering a rash of deliberately false statements?