Utah Sen. Mitt Romney has announced that he will not seek another term in 2024. The 76-year-old former Massachusetts governor and 2012 Republican nominee for president cited his age as a key factor in his decision. But if he had run, Romney would have almost certainly faced a tough primary challenge after the backlash he faced from within his party for his opposition to Donald Trump.

As Romney calls it a career, is this the end of the so-called "Massachusetts Republicans," or does the current GOP still have room for his politics? Glen Johnson, a former Associated Press and Boston Globe reporter who covered Romney throughout his career, joins host Katie Lannan to break it down.

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