Republican Utah Senator Mitt Romney has come out to criticize former President Donald Trump for his recent meeting with white supremacist Nick Fuentes and Kanye West.

The video has begun circulating on social media since being posted on Monday and has already been viewed more than 80,000 times.

Speaking to MSNBC, Romney said: "It is disgusting to invite people like that to meet the former President of the United States.

"I think it has been clear that there is no bottom to the degree in which President Trump will degrade himself and the nation."

On November 24, rapper West posted a video online in which he described meeting with Trump at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.

West has faced significant backlash and condemnation for anti-semitic comments he has made and some companies have cut ties with him.

During the clip, the West said that Trump was "really impressed" with Fuentes while making no mention of his past antisemitic comment

Following the backlash Trump has received from both Republicans and Democrats, he took to his own social media platform, Truth Social, to defend the meeting.

"So I help a seriously troubled man, who just happens to be black, Ye (Kanye West), who has been decimated in his business and virtually everything else, and who has always been good to me, by allowing his request for a meeting at Mar-a-Lago, alone, so that I can give him very much needed 'advice,'" he wrote.

"He shows up with 3 people, two of which I didn't know, the other a political person who I haven't seen in years."

A day before, Trump said that he knew nothing of Fuentes and said he agreed to the meeting with West because he came to him for advice.

"We got along great, he expressed no anti-Semitism, & I appreciated all of the nice things he said about me on 'Tucker Carlson,'" Trump wrote. "Why wouldn't I agree to meet? Also, I didn't know Nick Fuentes."

Despite his defense, Trump has been condemned by other right-wing figures, including, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson over the weekend.

Speaking on CNN's State of the Union show, he said: "It's troubling, and it shouldn't happen.

"We need to avoid those kinds of empowering the extremes. When you meet with people, you empower them. That's what you have to avoid. You want to diminish their strength, not empower them. Stay away from them."

Right-wing pundit Ann Coulter also dismissed Trump's chances of leading the Republican Party in the 2024 Presidential election.

She insisted that Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis was the real Republican while speaking in a recent video discussion on her Substack over the weekend.

"[Trump] is so done. He is on his last legs," she said. "There are so few Trump diehards."

Newsweek has contacted Donald Trump for comment.

Update 11/29/22, 4:33 a.m. ET: This article has been updated to include Donald Trump's comments on Truth Social and comment from Asa Hutchinson and Ann Coulter.

Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) speaks to reporters as he departs a vote on the Senate floor on Capitol Hill on August 6, 2022 in Washington, DC.Former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at the Hilton Anatole on August 06, 2022 in Dallas, Texas. A video of Romney condemning has gone viral on social media.Getty