The call was revealed by Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway on CNN in an interview with Chris Cuomo.
Conway said she wasn’t sure whether Trump and Romney spoke about Bannon’s comments, but that the president said they had a “wonderful conversation.”
I just wanted to make sure that you know the truth coming from the White House, the president of the United States and Governor Romney spoke, I don’t know, 10 hours ago, less than 12 hours ago. And people should know that because otherwise, there’s speculation, and consternation, and hand-wringing about who speaks for the president and who he speaks to.
The phone call took place after the bipartisan Congressional ball at the White House, where the president and the first lady spent over three hours taking photos and speaking with members of Congress.
Bannon challenged Romney after the former failed candidate said that Roy Moore’s election would be a “stain” on the Republican party and the country.
“No vote, no majority is worth losing our honor, our integrity,” Romney wrote on Twitter.
Bannon challenged Romney’s statement, reminding him that Roy Moore served in Vietnam.
“You hid behind your religion. You went to France to be a missionary while men were dying in Vietnam. Do not talk about honor and integrity,” Bannon said during a campaign rally with Moore on Tuesday evening…Read More