Diamondbacks owner willing to lose fans to stop Trump
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Randy Kendrick, wife of Arizona Diamondbacks baseball team owner Ken Kendrick, said the couple is willing to lose fans to stop Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump mocks Murkowski, Cheney election chances Race debate grips Congress US reentry to Paris agreement adds momentum to cities' sustainability efforts MORE.

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“He said, ‘Randy, if we stand up for what we know to be moral and correct — if 100,000 people decide they will not go to a Diamondbacks game, we've stood up for the right thing,’” Kendrick said in an interview with Bloomberg.

Randy Kendrick is a major Republican donor who has given at least $350,000 to a super-PAC that supported Marco RubioMarco Antonio RubioThe Memo: Biden puts 9/11 era in rear view Intelligence leaders push for mandatory breach notification law Intelligence leaders warn of threats from China, domestic terrorism MORE's failed presidential campaign. Since the Florida senator dropped out earlier this week, she has focused on anti-Trump efforts.
 
Randy Kendrick told the Washington Post earlier this month that she has made a "significant" donation to Our Principles PAC, an anti-Trump group that has largely been funded by Chicago Cubs owner Marlene Ricketts.

“My husband and I have moral objections to some of the things he’s said, and not said,” Kendrick said, referring to Trump's failure to immediately condemn white supremacist groups after receiving an endorsement from a former Ku Klux Klan leader.

She also defended herself against Republicans who say her efforts may harm Trump's chances in the general election if he wins the nomination.

“I've certainly had Republicans ask me, ‘By doing this, aren't you harming the front-runner?’ My answer is, do you think all this information isn’t just waiting for the general election? Our own voters need to know this stuff,” she said.