Mitt Romney maintained his opposition to presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump on Friday while speaking at his annual ideas summit in Utah.
The 2012 GOP candidate told CNN's Wolf Blitzer a Trump presidency would fundamentally change the country's moral character for the worse in a way he cannot overlook. "Presidents have an impact on the nature of our nation," Romney said, "and trickle-down racism, trickle-down bigotry, trickle-down misogyny, all these things are extraordinarily dangerous to the heart and character of America."
Romney also mentioned he may vote for the Libertarian Party's candidates this November. "If [former Massachusetts Governor] Bill Weld were at the top of the ticket, it would be very easy for me to vote for Bill Weld for president," he said. Weld is the Libertarian nominee for vice president, while former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson is the presidential pick.
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