Remember all the vile and disgusting rancor between Mitt Romney and Donald Trump during the primary? Well, Mitt has acquiesced to the possibility of a Trump administration. Yes, it’s true, but that’s not all he had to say. While he sees the possibility of a Trump win, he’s not gonna help the effort.
Newsmax released this information along with this sound cloud interview of Romney, saying it out loud, “I think he could win. . .”
Donald Trump could win the presidency, considering rival Hillary Clinton’s unfavorable ratings and the volatile nature of the race, says 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney, who doesn’t support either candidate.
But then again, Trump could lose by a landslide, Romney said in a podcast earlier this month, reports Buzzfeed.
But what about an endorsement?
Yep, there it is. An un-endorsing endorsement. … Or not. He’s not voting for Trump, or Hillary, but maybe a third party, (which is really a vote for Hillary, but don’t tell Mitt that).
Romney said he isn’t going to vote for either Trump or Clinton, and will look at Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein. But if he doesn’t like either of them, he said, he may end up writing in another Republican.
Romney did give Trump some credit, after several months of bashing the unconventional GOP nominee.
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“You have to give Donald Trump credit, he was able to bring a rhetoric and a style that he had perfected over his career to the political sphere and connect with people and become the nominee,” Romney told Murphy. “Despite the fact that I and a lot of other people thought he would not be an ideal nominee, he is. At this stage, it’s rougher going, but I can’t predict what’s gonna happen.”
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