former president George W. Bush will not support the re-election of the candidate of his party, Donald Trump, writes the New York Times Sunday. The republican Mitt Romney, who had confronted Obama in 2012, will not vote for Trump. As to the widow of John McCain, says it is almost certain to vote for the democratic candidate, Joe Biden.
If these three figures had already not supported Trump in 2016, the situation today is different, says the journal. In fact, at the time, Trump was a candidate, his election was unlikely. Today, to publicly oppose a sitting president puts the policy of the party in danger, notably as regards the appointment of judges and the tax cuts.Date Of Update: 07 June 2020, 15:35