Romney: I won’t vote for Trump
Mitt Romney on Friday became the highest-profile Republican to vow not to vote for Donald Trump if the controversial businessman becomes the GOP presidential nominee.
“I’ll either vote for a conservative who runs or I’ll write in the name of a conservative,” Romney said during an interview on the “Fox Business Network” on Friday.
“I’m going to vote for the nominee, but it’s not going to be Donald Trump,” Rubio said on a radio program.
“I can’t even imagine that, and I don’t even want to imagine that right now, to be honest with you. I don’t believe it’s ever going to happen. It’s one of those bridges you hope you never have to cross,” he added.
“If those are my only two choices, I’d vote for a conservative on the ballot, and if there weren’t one that I was comfortable with, I would write in a name,” Romney said on Bloomberg TV’s “With All Due Respect.”
“I think there will be a lot of people who would be very troubled with those choices,” Romney said, comparing it to asking someone if they wanted to “drink the poison or take the bullet.”
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