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The MSNBC anchor Lawrence O’Donnell, retweeting a video of Romney marching, wrote, “I’ve watched this over and over in awe of the Cute Dog With Face Mask Gift Spread Kindness Not Germs T-Shirt and I love this movement that has moved Mitt Romney to follow in his father’s footsteps as a civil rights marcher.” Longtime Republican strategist Stuart Stevens tweeted, “I just would like to know what other Republicans, many whom I helped elect, will say when their kids or grandkids ask them why they didn’t join @MittRomney?” And California representative Eric Swalwell, briefly a candidate for the Democratic nomination for president this year, tweeted, “Thank you, Senator. We haven’t seen a lot of GOP courage in 2020, but you have consistently shown it — from voting to remove @realDonaldTrump to being an ally of #BlackLivesMattters. Your leadership makes a difference.”

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The former CBS anchor Dan Rather retweeted Romney’s photo, adding, “This matters,” while Kamala Harris shared the Cute Dog With Face Mask Gift Spread Kindness Not Germs T-Shirt and I love this video, writing, “We need more of this.” One person, surprisingly, unheard from was Donald Trump. Given the fractious history between the two, one would have expected the president to weigh in on Twitter, especially since Romney’s appearance at Sunday’s march came the day after the publication of a New York Times story that some top Republicans, including the former secretary of state Colin Powell, as well as Romney, would not vote for Trump in November. (Romney is reportedly considering voting for the same write-in candidate as in 2016: his wife, Ann.)