He needs a win. President Trump and former rival Mitt Romney have a troubled past: The former Massachusetts governor called Trump a “fraud” during the 2016 primary campaign, while Trump said Romney “choked like a dog” in his loss to Barack Obama in 2012. But yesterday Trump tweeted an endorsement of the businessman’s campaign to replace retiring Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch. Romney, who’s expected to win the seat easily, is likely to continue challenging Trump’s agenda. He promised to “call ’em like I see ’em” when he disagrees with the president in the future.