Orrin Hatch intends to retire from the Senate at the end of his term, which is 2018. Luckily for the majority of Americans, we will not have to watch a man continue to shamelessly embarrass himself by falling all over a highly incompetent President; however, there are talks that Mitt Romney might also be running for his seat. Mitt Romney is the least comprehensible person to run for politics. He is desperate to be in power and will take any position necessary to get there. He’s a wealthy man who hasn’t figured out how to be content with himself. While, at times, he will challenge Trump, he is almost certainly going to fall in line like the loud but weak Bob Corker and Jeff Flake.
Orrin Hatch To Retire At Term’s End
Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah announced Tuesday that he will retire in January 2019 at the end of his current term. Hatch is the longest-serving Republican in the Senate. “Every good fighter knows when to hang up the gloves,” said Hatch in a short video released Tuesday.