Mitt Romney declared on Wednesday that he will not run for office again in 2024.

Romney is a well-known bipartisan negotiator in the Senate and was the only Republican senator to support the conviction of former President Trump twice after separate impeachment proceedings. In a video address, Romney, 76, stated that he will be in his mid-80s by the conclusion of another term and that he is choosing to allow room for fresh perspectives.

He declared, “I’m not seeking for reelection, but I’m not giving up the battle either.

But “it’s time for a new generation of leaders,” he added. They are the ones who must make the choices that will determine the environment in which they will live.

Romney has almost 25 years of experience in the public sector, including serving as the Republican Party’s front-runner for president in 2012. His remarks come as Republicans prepare to regain the Senate in 2019.

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