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Dissenters…

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Several high-profile Republicans aren’t aboard the Trump Train, admitting they’re either not voting for President Donald Trump or, in some cases, actively supporting the presumptive Democratic nominee, former Vice President Joe Biden.

Meet all of the prominent Never Trumpers and RINOs we found who OPPOSE conservative judges, business-friendly regulations, and low taxes all to spite Trump!

George W. Bush

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Former President George W. Bush isn’t voting for Trump. The otherwise conservative president has never been a fan of Trump’s personality, not that anything justifies abandoning the GOP in the face of a socialist insurgency!

Mitt Romney

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Senator Romney (R-UT) has been a thorn in Trump’s side since before his election to the Senate. Trump, never content to take slights lying down, has repeatedly mentioned Romney’s failed presidential campaign against former President Barack Obama.

Romney is deliberating whether or not to write in his wife’s name on his ballot as he did in 2016.

Cindy McCain

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The wife of the late Senator John McCain is almost certainly voting for Joe Biden. The McCains have an acrimonious relationship with President Trump, to say the least after he criticized John for being taken prisoner in Vietnam. 

It’s unsure if Cindy will publicly come out in support of Biden since one of her sons is considering running for office.

Colin Powell

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Powell, a retired four-star general and George W. Bush’s longtime secretary of state still claims to be a Republican. He isn’t voting for President Trump — to no one’s surprise since he hasn’t voted for a Republican presidential candidate since 2004. If John McCain and Mitt Romney were too conservative for Powell, you better believe that Donald Trump is as well!

John Kasich

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Former Ohio Governor John Kasich passed on supporting Trump in 2016, writing in John McCain’s name on his ballot instead. Most of Trump’s primary challengers weren’t thrilled about his candidacy in 2016, but Kasich is one of the few that hasn’t come around. For now, it appears, he’s a man without a party, telling The Atlantic that he won’t vote for Trump in November, but Democrats haven’t won him over — yet.

Charlie Baker

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Baker is the Republican governor of Massachusetts. He voted in this year’s GOP presidential primary. While he made clear that he didn’t cast his ballot for President Trump, he wouldn’t confirm rumors that he voted for his mentor and former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld (R).

Though Baker said he wasn’t going to address presidential politics after stepping out of the voting booth, he subsequently made his position crystal clear to reporters, “I said before that I didn’t vote for President Trump last time and said I wasn’t gonna vote for him this time either.”

Ben Sasse

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Nebraska’s junior senator confusingly told National Review that he wouldn’t endorse President Trump’s reelection, but he will be supporting the Republican ticket. Instead, Sasse is focusing on his campaign and that of Omaha’s congressional representative Congressman Don Bacon (R), who’s running against an “actual socialist.”

Phil Scott

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Vermont’s sitting Republican governor removed all doubt about his opinion of President Trump when he lavished praise on Senator Mitt Romney for voting to remove Trump from office.

Scott claimed that Democrats proved Trump is guilty of abusing power and that he “should not be in office.”

Maybe: Paul Ryan

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Former Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) has not revealed who he’s voting for in November. It’s unsure if Ryan will vote for someone else and risk the ire of President Trump, but, unlike current officeholders, Ryan doesn’t have to worry about his political future.

Maybe: Jeb Bush

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Ex-Florida governor and failed presidential candidate Jeb! Bush famously didn’t get along with President Trump during the abrasive 2016 primary campaign. For that matter, neither did Sens. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul, although they have since become dependable allies of the president. 

For the record, Jeb! isn’t officially sure who he’s voting for, and neither he nor his older brother George has come out in favor of Joe Biden. It’s unlikely they’d do so regardless. George P. Bush, Jeb’s eldest son — and Texas land commissioner — recently penned a column in the Dallas Morning News enthusiastically endorsing Trump’s reelection

The elder Bushes know that if George P. Bush wants to run for higher office, their voting for Biden could be a liability in a Republican Primary.

Maybe: John Kelly

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Retired general and Trump’s chief of staff for two years, John Kelly has not said who he would vote for, but admitted that he wished “we had some additional choices.”

Kelly and Trump’s patience with each other wore thin towards the end of the famous Marine’s tenure. They’ve sparred multiple times following Kelly’s departure from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

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bart williams
5 months ago

those so called republicans didnt support trump in 2016 so who cares . trump2020

Bernard England III
Bernard England III
5 months ago
Reply to  bart williams

I agree, McCain like Kerry were self made heros when in truth neither really did anything great, McCain broke under pressure and spilled his guts, then tried to make it look like he was saving his men which were not his men, just other prisoners, Kerry shoots a guy in the back and something like Mc. saving his men.If their lips are moving, you know the rest. I’m all for the Donald

Carol Dugan
Carol Dugan
5 months ago
Reply to  bart williams

All four of them have already lost. They are a disgrace to America. I never thought I would say that about Bush, but he is a real disappointment . He didn’t say anything when Obama was trying to destroy America and now Trump is trying to help America and he is against Trump. I don’t understand. Mitt Romney is a a real loser. Colin Powell is a disgrace to America. Who cares what Cindy McCain says.

CommomSense4America
5 months ago
Reply to  Carol Dugan

^^^^100%^^^^

HannahColebatch
5 months ago
Reply to  bart williams

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Ernst
Ernst
5 months ago

George W. Bush proved a very weak leader easily controlled by “the swamp.” Glad he is retired.

Jim Milton
Jim Milton
5 months ago
Reply to  Ernst

I truthfully can’t understand anyone, especially Republicans or citizens voting the Republican ticket in November.
Not supporting President Trump will not only get their personal grudges stabbed into Mr. Trump, but will in all likely hood means we will have a 1/2 whit with another weak democrat turning our country into a socialistic country. The rich and powerful will own the country and the rest of will be their slaves. That is true Socialism. We will become a weak country that will divide itself, and a likely be civil war(s) will take place.
At that point any of our enemies will be able to take over this country, one section at a time. Many of the big shots in Hollywood will become slaves too, and will work for less and less money, as they do in Russia. They will have a little recognition, but most will be allocated places of residence and all will be electronically monitored. They will loose their free speech too. If they say something the “State” doesn’t like, the could loose everything and thrown into prison without a trial.
Our dear constitution will evaporate, and like the president of Russia, he will basically dictate. Is that what you small thinkers want? I doubt it. At worst just “4 more years” and if we as a party and people stick together, we can be prepared by breading some men who will support the constitution, and support ideas you hold dear.

I see only two choices, the constitution and President, or loosing your party as the democrats did under the traitor who was for last president, both at home and abroad.

I personally think, with all the challenges of coming into the capitol city as an outsider, cleaning up the messes left by oBAMA, mean liars who want their 15 minutes of fame, lying media, disrespect on the world market on the world market, and bringing us to where we at the moment, President has my respect. Remember, the above groups and more that took away even a 1/2 way fair playing field to do his job. For my 77 years, he has my support, and hopefully your support, as well.

Linda Evans
Linda Evans
5 months ago
Reply to  Ernst

Yes George Bush was never any good as a President or as a Republican He and his Dad just alike. George was a drunk while in office. Kissed up to Hillary & Obama

Ernst
Ernst
5 months ago

Mitt Romney folded like a wet napkin in his third debate with Obama. He deserves zero respect.

Jim Milton
Jim Milton
5 months ago
Reply to  Ernst

AMEN