Mitt Romney Reveals the Two Republican Presidential Candidates He Refuses to Support

Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) shared in a recent interview that he would be “happy” to support most of the current field of Republican presidential candidates in the upcoming election, with the exception of two individuals.

Romney explicitly stated that he cannot support Donald Trump and Vivek Ramaswamy. He expressed his concern with Trump’s election in 2024, calling it “devastating for our country.” However, he indicated a willingness to vote for virtually any other Republican candidate who is running.

It’s worth mentioning that Romney, the GOP presidential candidate in 2012, also shared that he would be open to voting for some Democrats, emphasizing that it would be an “upgrade” from both Donald Trump and potentially Joe Biden, without explicitly naming any Democratic candidates.

While Romney has openly expressed his opposition to Trump and Ramaswamy, leading to a renewed spotlight on his stance, he has not confirmed his support for any specific candidates from either the Republican or Democratic parties in the upcoming election.

It’s important to note that Romney has a history of defying party lines, as evidenced by his decision not to vote for Donald Trump in the 2016 and 2020 elections. He has hinted at the possibility of writing his wife, Ann Romney, on the ballot again in 2024, as he did in 2016. He expressed confidence in her ability to be a “terrific president.”

Romney, who will not be seeking reelection next year, has remained an influential figure in American politics. His full CBS interview, which details his thoughts on the upcoming election, can be found below:

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