Romney, Ryan, and Lindsey are still not supporting Trump. Although Paul Ryan previously endorsed Trump, he seems to be walking back his support after Trump’s comments about the Mexican Trump U judge.
In a candid CNN interview during Romney’s annual ideas summit near Park City, Utah, the 2012 presidential candidate said he would consider voting for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson instead.
Romney has maintained his position as one of the most outspoken Republican Trump critics despite House Speaker Paul Ryan attempts to unify the party with his endorsement.
Trump has come under fire for his attacks on the federal judge presiding over civil lawsuits against Trump University.
The business tycoon has pointed out Gonzalo Curiel is Mexican, despite the fact that the judge was born in Indiana.
Paul Ryan called Trump’s comments ‘the textbook definition of a racist comment’, Romney chimed in, saying: ‘He indicated what he believes in his heart about Mexicans, and about race, by the comments he made about Judge Curiel.
‘He didn’t just say it once. It wasn’t a slip of the tongue, which he went back and apologized for. First of all, he’s repeated it time and time again. Second of all, he’s never apologized.’
Romney said he didn’t want to see Trump as an example for future generations, or as a representative of the country to the rest of the world.
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Lindsey Graham also just came out and said that he will not be voting for Donald Trump:
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