Mitt Romney, confronted by pro-Palestinian protester, asks a simple question

There was just one catch

Sen. Mitt Romney has been a staunch supporter of Israel, like many of his Senate colleagues (and he is, additionally, a longtime close friend of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu).

Romney’s stance hasn’t changed in the wake of the Hamas attacks on Israel on Oct. 7 and Israel’s military response in Gaza. That puts him in the mainstream of his party, which lately has not been the case on many other issues. So when a pro-ceasefire protester confronted him in a hallway of the capitol on Wednesday, he seemed eager to speak his mind.

There was just one catch.

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