Romney's grandson dresses up as 'Pierre Delecto' for Halloween
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Mitt RomneyWillard (Mitt) Mitt RomneyTrump 'no longer angry' at Romney because of Supreme Court stance GOP lawmakers distance themselves from Trump comments on transfer of power McConnell pushes back on Trump: 'There will be an orderly transition' MORE's grandson is dressing up for Halloween as a fictional French figure that the Utah senator says he knows well: Pierre Delecto. 

Tagg Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee's 49-year-old son, tweeted Thursday that his son Thomas was sporting a costume inspired by his grandfather's online alter ego.

In a snapshot shared by Tagg Romney, Thomas can be seen wearing a beret, sunglasses, a prominent handlebar mustache, and a name tag with "Mitt Romney" crossed off and "Pierre Delecto" written on it.


Earlier this month, Romney appeared to confirm that he was the man behind a Twitter account under that name who had tweeted defenses of the lawmaker and had responded to some of his critics. 

Following a report from The Atlantic, Romney told the publication when asked if he was the owner of the account, "C'est moi" — French for "it's me."