Romney's grandson dresses up as 'Pierre Delecto' for Halloween
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Mitt RomneyWillard (Mitt) Mitt Romney Romney tests positive for coronavirus Build Back Smaller: What's the best path forward for Democrats? Romney participating in fundraiser for Liz Cheney 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."