Mitt Romney will NOT support Trump re-election (update on George Bush)

UPDATE -- a spokesperson for George Bush says that NY Times made that up about George Bush. As stated Evan Smith, "In an email to @texastribune’s @ragajus, George W. Bush spox @kyfredchicken denies @nytimes report: "This is completely made up. He is retired from presidential politics and has not indicated how he will vote."


A recent report reveals that former President George W. Bush and Sen. Mitt Romney will not support President Donald Trump for a re-election in this year's election.

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It was stated in the NY Times that...

Former President George W. Bush won’t support the re-election of Mr. Trump, and Jeb Bush isn’t sure how he’ll vote, say people familiar with their thinking. Senator Mitt Romney of Utah won’t back Mr. Trump and is deliberating whether to again write in his wife, Ann, or cast another ballot this November. And Cindy McCain, the widow of Senator John McCain, is almost certain to support Mr. Biden but is unsure how public to be about it because one of her sons is eying a run for office.


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Former Republican leaders like the former Speakers Paul D. Ryan and John A. Boehner won’t say how they will vote, and some Republicans who are already disinclined to support Mr. Trump are weighing whether to go beyond backing a third-party contender to openly endorse Mr. Biden.

This should not be a surprise with Mitt Romney who has often clashed with President Trump. However, many might be wondering what's going on with George W. Bush and his decision to not support Trump for a re-election.

George W. Bush has stayed out of politics for the most part since he left office back in 2009.

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