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Which Republicans Oppose Donald Trump? A Cheat Sheet

Which Republicans Oppose Donald Trump? A Cheat Sheet

Paul has said he will support Trump. (His father, ex-congressman and presidential contender Ron Paul, says he will not.) (May 4, 2016)

Lindsey Graham: NAY
The South Carolina senator and former presidential claimant bloody Trump following a nominee’s attacks on Judge Gonzalo Curiel, observant associate Republicans should repel their endorsements. “This is a many un-American thing from a politician given Joe McCarthy,” he said. “If anybody was looking for an off-ramp, this is substantially it. There’ll come a time when a adore of republic will trump loathing of Hillary.” (June 7, 2016)

Graham was one of Trump’s many distinguished critics during a primary, even endorsing Cruz even nonetheless he’d formerly likened a choice between him and Trump to a choice between poisoning and being shot. The day Trump won Indiana, Graham tweeted:

Graham says he will not opinion for possibly Trump or Clinton. (May 6, 2016)

Ben Sasse: NAY
The Nebraska beginner senator was another anti-Trump ringleader, and has been suggested as a third-party candidate. In a prolonged Facebook post, he explained given he’s still not subsidy Trump. (May 4, 2016)

Marco Rubio: SOFT YEA
The Florida senator and former presidential claimant said he does not devise to attend a Republican National Convention, nonetheless he has not finished any matter changing his position on Trump. (July 6, 2016)

In an speak with The Weekly Standard, Rubio pronounced that nonetheless he has corroborated Trump, who he views as preferable to Hillary Clinton, he still believes what he pronounced during a presidential campaign: That Trump is non-professional for a presidency and can't be devoted with a nation’s arch arsenal. (June 9, 2016)

Rubio, who formerly referred to Trump as a “con artist,” now says he backs Trump, will attend a Republican National Convention, and will redeem his remaining representatives to Trump. “I wish to be helpful. we don’t wish to be harmful, given we don’t wish Hillary Clinton to be president,” he told Jake Tapper. (May 26, 2016)

Rubio had formerly not oral about a competition given Trump became a unreserved nominee, nonetheless in late Apr he pronounced that he’d support Trump in sequence to kick Hillary Clinton. (April 21, 2016)

Rob Portman: YEA
The Ohio senator, who’s sealed in a tough reelection fight, has formerly said he’d behind a Republican nominee. Most recently, he pronounced that carrying Trump on a sheet would be certain for his possess hopes. (May 5, 2016)

Richard Burr: YEA
The North Carolinian, who also faces a tough reelection, supports Trump. (May 4, 2016)

Roy Blunt: YEA
The Missourian, who is adult for reelection, says he will support a nominee. (May, 5, 2016)

Ron Johnson: YEA
The Wisconsin senator, who is battling prototype Russ Feingold, is one of a many unsafe Republicans this year. He tepidly corroborated Trump. “As Ron has regularly pronounced for months, he intends to support a Republican nominee, nonetheless he’s focused on a concerns of Wisconsinites—not inhabitant domestic winds,” a orator told Roll Call. (May 5, 2016)

The Pennsylvania senator, another concerned incumbent, has not finished adult his mind. “As we have pronounced repeatedly, we have not permitted Donald Trump,” he pronounced during a press conference. “There are things that he has said, a series of things he has pronounced and finished that give me good postponement and we have poignant concerns about, so we sojourn in a mode of watchful to be persuaded. I’ve not finished a final preference on what I’m going to do. Hillary Clinton is totally unsuitable to me.” (August 10, 2016)

Toomey formerly said: “It positively looks like Donald Trump is on his approach to a assignment .… Donald Trump was not my initial choice. He wasn’t my second choice or third or fourth choice. we have lots have differences with Donald Trump and lots of problems with him nonetheless we am positively in a ‘never Hillary Clinton’ camp.” (May 4, 2016)

Mark Kirk: NAY (was YEA)
The Illinois senator, one of this year’s many concerned incumbents, says he will write in Colin Powell for president. (August 11, 2016)

Kirk formerly announced that he is no longer ancillary Donald Trump—the initial Republican to revoke his backing. “After many consideration, we have resolved that Donald Trump has not demonstrated a spirit required to assume a biggest bureau in a world,” he said.  (June 7, 2016)

Kirk formerly said he’d behind Trump if nominated.

Tom Cotton: YEA
The rising-star Arkansas senator wrongly permitted Trump. “I’ve prolonged pronounced that we will support a Republican hopeful given we can’t means a third Obama-Clinton term,” he said. He had formerly criticized Trump for derisive John McCain, nonetheless also pronounced Trump would be “a some-more vicious celebrity for a country” that Clinton. (May 5, 2016)

Bob Corker: YEA
The Tennessee senator, who chairs a Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has pronounced he is peaceful to assistance Trump. Corker praised Trump’s differently widely panned foreign-policy residence and is reportedly
talking to him about abroad matters. He’s been mentioned as VP candidate. (May 10, 2016)

Lee, a regressive Utahan and tighten associate of Ted Cruz, has not finished his decision, nonetheless lashed out during regressive radio horde Steve Malzberg for dire him to behind Trump. “We can get into a fact that he indicted my best friend’s father of conspiring to kill JFK,” he said. “We can go by a fact that he’s finished statements that some have identified rightly as religiously intolerant. We can get into a fact that he’s extravagantly unpopular in my state, in partial given my state consists of people who are members of a eremite minority church.” He didn’t, however, sequence out subsidy Trump in a future. (June 30, 2016)

Lee formerly voiced reservations. “I have not upheld Donald Trump adult to this point, we have not permitted him,” Lee said, according to the Washington Examiner. “I have some concerns with him. He scares me to death; so does Hillary Clinton …. I’ll make a preference as best we can, nonetheless I’m not there yet.” (May 11, 2016)

Orrin Hatch: YEA
The Utah senator, a longtime Washington fixture, corroborated Marco Rubio in a primary. After assembly with Trump on May 12, he said, “I totally validate him.” Hatch also offering to help Trump collect Supreme Court nominees—moving to assuage one of a biggest regressive objections to Trump, that is that he can’t be devoted to name justices. (May 12, 2016)

Tim Scott: YEA
The South Carolinian, a GOP’s usually black senator, sensitively backed Trump after ancillary Marco Rubio in a primary. He called Trump’s comments about Judge Gonzalo Curiel “racially toxic,” nonetheless is not rescinding his endorsement. (June 7, 2016)

Jeff Flake: NAY
The Arizona senator says he can't during this prove behind Trump. “It’s worried not carrying permitted a Republican nominee, we have to say,” he said. “But we can’t during this point. we wish to be means to support a nominee. we positively can’t right now.” (June 7, 2016)

John Cornyn: YEA
The Texas senator said in May, “I’m for a hopeful of a party; if it’s Donald Trump, I’ll support him wholeheartedly.” He’s left behind and forth, warning in Feb that Trump could be “an albatross around a down-ballot races.” More recently, he’s announced he simply won’t speak about Trump. “Wish me luck,” he said. (June 15, 2016)

Dean Heller: SOFT NAY
The Nevada senator
told Politico he is now opposite to Trump, nonetheless he wouldn’t sequence out changing his mind. “Today, I’m opposite to his campaign,” he said. “He did a lot of damage. It’s unequivocally formidable for him, as distant as I’m concerned, to redeem from his prior comments. I’ll give him a chance, nonetheless during this point, we have no intentions of voting for him.” (June 30, 2016)

Lisa Murkowski: UNDECIDED
The Alaska senator, who has incited quite assuage given a 2010 election, in that she mislaid a GOP primary nonetheless won reelection as a write-in candidate, tells a AP she has not finished adult her mind about a election. “I’ve got a few months to listen, as other Americans are, to what is laid down in terms of policy, and we’ll figure it out,” she said. (August 10, 2016)

Cory Gardner: YEA
At a rally, a Colorado senator gave Trump a obscure endorsement. “I’m voting Republican adult and down a ticket. A Republican boss will make a difference, even a Republican boss named Donald Trump,” he said. Gardner formerly called Trump a “buffoon.” (August 18, 2016)


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Chris Christie: YEA
The New Jersey executive and former presidential claimant was Trump’s initial vital investiture endorser, and has been a fixed ally.

Paul LePage: YEA
Maine’s sometimes-racist executive had corroborated Christie, nonetheless he fast permitted Trump after Christie did.

John Kasich: SOFT NAY
The Ohio executive and final Republican challenger to leave a competition has not wholly slammed a doorway on subsidy Trump, nonetheless he pronounced he can't do so now. “We’ll see where it ends up. I’m not creation any final preference yet, nonetheless during this point, we usually can’t do it,” he
said. (June 16, 2016)

Kasich formerly had not pronounced possibly he’ll behind Trump. In his comments withdrawal a race, Kasich pointedly did not discuss Trump or prove his leaning. (May 4, 2016)

Nikki Haley: YEA
The executive of South Carolina tangled with Trump forward of that state’s primary, and was elegantly curse toward him during a time. But she says she will behind him. “I have good honour for a will of a people, and as we have always said, we will support a Republican hopeful for president,” she said. (May 4, 2016)

Brian Sandoval: UNDECIDED (was YEA)
The Nevada governor, a assuage conservative, once pronounced he would behind a GOP nominee,
but now says he is “not sure.” “I will usually contend that we can’t urge a indefensible,” he pronounced after Trump pounded Judge Gonzalo Curiel. (June 7, 2016)

Sandoval formerly pronounced he was no fan of Trump nonetheless will behind him. “I devise to opinion for a unreserved hopeful nonetheless it is no tip that we do not determine on each issue. Elections are about creation choices and a Democratic hopeful is simply not an option,” he wrote on Facebook. He does not devise to attend a convention. (May 5, 2016)

Pete Ricketts: YEA
The Nebraska executive will behind Trump. That’s a bit of a warn given Ricketts’ father, mother, and hermit were among a heading bankrollers of anti-Trump initiatives. Trump threatened them in February, tweeting, “They improved be careful, they have a lot to hide!” (May 5, 2016)

Mike Pence: YEA
The Indiana executive and amicable regressive is now Donald Trump’s using partner and a Republican vice-presidential candidate. (July 15, 2016)

Pence formerly carefully permitted Cruz forward of a Hoosier State primary, nonetheless he’s now on a Trump train. “I’m wholly understanding of a unreserved nominee, and we do consider Donald Trump will do good in a State of Indiana,” he said. (May 6, 2016)

Charlie Baker: NAY
The assuage Massachusetts executive told reporters he would not opinion for Trump and doubted he’d opinion for Clinton. Later a same day, a mouthpiece
clarified to The Boston Globe: “Governor Baker will not be voting for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.” (May 4, 2016)

Rick Snyder: ABSTAIN
Michigan’s governor—a rising GOP star until a Flint H2O liaison derailed his career—will not validate Trump, nor will he import in otherwise, he said. “I’ve stayed out of a whole thing, and I’m going to continue to,” he told a editorial house of The Detroit News. “I’ve got vicious things we wish to work on in Michigan.” (June 2, 2016)

Pat McCrory: YEA
The North Carolina governor, confronting a tough reelection quarrel in November, offering a pro-forma publicity for Trump when pressed by a News and Observer reporter: “I’ve settled that we would support a Republican nominee. Anything else?” (June 7, 2016)

Scott Walker: YEA (was UNDECIDED)
The Wisconsin governor, a former presidential opposition of Trump’s, stayed out of a competition for some time. In an enterprising debate during a Republican National Convention, he finished a box for Trump by assailing Hillary Clinton. “America deserves better,” he said. (July 20, 2016)

Walker formerly pronounced he’d behind Trump—though don’t ask him to be happy about it, or even use a candidate’s name:

Walker also told WKOW that he will be vocalization during a Republican National Convention. (July 6, 2016)

Walker had been sincerely still about a race. Although he primarily said he dictated to behind a nominee, whoever that was, he after hedged, wailing a “poor choices” Americans face. He declined to validate Trump, citing his comments about Judge Gonzalo Curiel. “He’s not nonetheless a nominee. Officially that won’t occur until a center of July, and so for me that’s kind of a timeframe,” Walker said. “In sold we wish to make certain that he renounces what he says, during slightest in regards to this judge.” (June 8, 2016)

Larry Hogan: NAY (was ABSTAIN)
The executive of Maryland told The Washington Post he does not intend to opinion for Trump. “No, we don’t devise to,” he said. “I theory when we get behind a screen I’ll have to figure it out. Maybe write someone in. I’m not sure.” (June 15, 2016)

Hogan has regularly voiced his offend with Trump and attempted to inhibit conversations about inhabitant politics. “My thoughts are flattering clear. I’ve talked about it ad nauseam for 4 or 5 months,” he said. “My thoughts haven’t changed. we have zero some-more to add. I’m not concerned in it. we don’t caring to be concerned in it. I’m not going to validate anyone and would rather concentration on things here in Maryland.” Hogan pronounced he didn’t know who he’d opinion for. (June 9, 2016)

Susana Martinez: UNDECIDED
The New Mexico executive was primarily mentioned as a VP candidate—not a initial time, given as a lady and Hispanic she’d supplement a lot of farrago to a GOP ticket. But she and Trump have given waged a fight of words, with Trump initial applauding her, afterwards blustering her, afterwards observant he’d like her endorsement. Martinez has not permitted Trump, nonetheless
says she will not be subsidy Hillary Clinton. (June 16, 2016)

Cabinet Members and Political Appointees

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Richard Armitage: NAY
Armitage, a former Navy officer who served as emissary secretary of state underneath George W. Bush and emissary secretary of invulnerability underneath Ronald Reagan, says he will opinion for Hillary Clinton. “If Donald Trump is a nominee, we would opinion for Hillary Clinton,” he told Politico. “He doesn’t seem to be a Republican, he doesn’t seem to wish to learn about issues. So, I’m going to opinion for Mrs. Clinton.” (June 16, 2016)

Condoleezza Rice: ABSTAIN
George W. Bush’s secretary of state has no skeleton to get concerned in a competition or attend a GOP convention, a orator told Yahoo News. She also ruled out portion as Trump’s using mate. (June 17, 2016)

Brent Scowcroft: NAY
The late vital ubiquitous and inhabitant confidence adviser, an outspoken censor of a fight in Iraq, has announced that he is endorsing Hillary Clinton. Scowcroft did not discuss Trump in his statement. (June 22, 2016)

Donald Rumsfeld: YEA
It’s now a famous known: The former secretary of invulnerability underneath George W. Bush is voting Trump. “I’m a Republican, and there’s not any doubt in my mind how I’ll vote,” he told a Daily Mail, adding that it was “not a tighten call” and “I don’t trust Hillary Clinton is competent to be President of a United States.” (June 23, 2016)

Hank Paulson: NAY
Paulson, who served as Treasury secretary underneath George W. Bush and was formerly CEO of Goldman Sachs, assailed Trump’s visualisation and business astuteness in a Washington Post column. “I will not opinion for Donald Trump. we will not expel a write-in vote,” Paulson wrote. “I’ll be voting for Hillary Clinton, with a wish that she can pierce Americans together to do a things required to strengthen a economy, a sourroundings and a place in a world. To my Republican friends: we know I’m not alone.” (June 24, 2016)

Michael Chertoff: NAY
The former secretary of homeland confidence underneath George W. Bush signed a minute from GOP national-security figures observant they could not support Trump. (August 8, 2016)

Michael Hayden: NAY
A late four-star ubiquitous who led a CIA and NSA, Hayden signed a minute from GOP national-security figures observant they could not support Trump. (On Aug 5, former behaving CIA Director Michael Morrell, who has identified as an independent, wrote in The New York Times that he corroborated Clinton over Trump.) (August 8, 2016)

John Negroponte: NAY
The late diplomat, who served as executive of inhabitant intelligence, envoy to Iraq, and UN envoy underneath George W. Bush, has announced that he will opinion for Hillary Clinton. (August 10, 2016)

Negroponte had already signed a minute from GOP national-security figures observant they could not support Trump. (August 8, 2016)

Tom Ridge: NAY
The former Pennsylvania executive and first-ever secretary of homeland security, who served underneath George W. Bush, signed a minute from GOP national-security figures observant they could not support Trump. (August 8, 2016)

William Ruckelshaus: NAY
The initial executive of a Environmental Protection Agency, who served underneath Richard Nixon and is center-left on environmental issues by today’s standards, issued a matter endorsing Hillary Clinton. (August 9, 2016)

William Reilly: NAY
Reilly, who was EPA executive during a George H.W. Bush administration, also endorsed Clinton in a statement. (August 9, 2016)

Carlos Gutierrez: NAY
A businessman who served as commerce secretary of George W. Bush from 2005 to 2009, Gutierrez has
joined a organisation of Republicans endorsing Hillary Clinton. (August 10, 2016)

George P. Shultz: NAY
Shultz, who served as secretary of state underneath Ronald Reagan and as secretary of both labor and a Treasury underneath Richard Nixon, indicated during a media roundtable during Sanford’s regressive Hoover Institution that he does not behind Trump. “God assistance us,” he pronounced of a Trump presidency. (August 16, 2016)

Paul Wolfowitz: NAY
Wolfowitz, a neoconservative heading light who served as emissary secretary of invulnerability in a George W. Bush administration and after as boss of a World Bank, tells Der Spiegel he will not opinion for Trump and will expected opinion for Hillary Clinton. He called Trump a confidence risk to a United States and said, “The usually approach we can be gentle about Trump’s unfamiliar policy, is to consider he doesn’t unequivocally meant anything he says.” (August 26, 2016)

Charles Fried: NAY
Fried, a Harvard Law School highbrow who served as barrister ubiquitous underneath Ronald Reagan, writes in a mainstay for CNN that Trump contingency be stopped, resisting him with a Gipper. “You distortion down with dogs, we get adult with fleas. And these fleas lift a illness of destructive loathing and discord,” Fried argues. (Several new process stands have distanced Fried from conservatives.) (August 30, 2016)

Pundits and Opinionmakers

Micah Walter / Reuters

Bill Kristol: SOFT NAY
The editor of The Weekly Standard threw his lot in with a #NeverTrump throng with gusto, and he’s been a heading disciple for a third-party alternative. But these days, he seems a bit confused about what accurately a word “never” means: “I mean, we theory never contend never. On a one hand, I’ll contend #NeverTrump, and on a other hand, I’ll contend never contend never. I’ll leave it ambiguous.” (May 2, 2016)

Ross Douthat: NAY
After spending a primary alternately criticizing Trump and forecasting his doom, a New York Times columnist seems generally dyspeptic and despairing. (May 5, 2016)

Erick Erickson: NAY
The radio host, editor of The Resurgent, and former RedState editor writes: “Hillary Clinton is non-professional for a Presidency, nonetheless so is Donald Trump. Some Republicans competence validate it is time to be a group player, nonetheless we will put my republic before my celebration and decrease to assistance a citizens in this republic dedicate inhabitant suicide.” (May 4, 2016)

Leon Wolf: NAY
Wolf, a editor of RedState, has been a distinguished Trump critic. He says he’s disposition toward voting for a Libertarian candidate. “I honestly trust that Hillary Clinton would be a improved President than Trump, and it’s not close,” he wrote. “That said, Hillary would also be a terrible President, there’s no doubt about that.” He also called on Senate Republicans to validate Merrick Garland, President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, lest Trump do a selecting instead. (May 4, 2016)

Ann Coulter: YEA
Coulter has been a immoderate devotee of Trump for months.

George Will: NAY
The vanguard of regressive columnists has left a Republican Party over Trump’s nomination, saying, “This is not my party.” (June 26, 2016)

Will detests Trump, and had formerly called for Republicans to improved him if he is their nominee: “Were he to be nominated, conservatives would have dual tasks. One would be to assistance him remove 50 states—condign punishment for his extensive contempt for regressive essentials, including a manners and beauty that should oil a nation’s county life.” (April 29, 2016)

Charles Krauthammer: SOFT NAY
The heading author has been unequivocally vicious of Trump, nonetheless in an speak with Bill O’Reilly, he left a doorway ajar to change his mind. “Let me usually contend from what I’ve seen adult until now, listened from Trump and watched him, we don’t consider I’d be able of voting for Donald Trump,” he said. “Question is, what do we do? we don’t know yet.” (May 3, 2016)

Without strictly observant his support, a Fox News celebrity has regularly shielded Trump. (May 5, 2016)

Sean Hannity: YEA
Hannity has been one of Trump’s dual many arguable cheerleaders in a media. “I’ll be voting for Donald Trump in November,” he said. (May 31, 2016)

Matt Drudge: YEA
The publisher of a Drudge Report has been, along with Hannity, Trump’s best crony in a press.

Sarah Palin: YEA
The former Alaska executive and vice-presidential claimant permitted Trump with a Dadaist residence to Iowans in January, and she’s stumped for him since.

The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board: SOFT YEA
The editors of a nation’s many absolute regressive editorial house are not fans of Trump’s, nonetheless they are resigned. “Mr. Trump wasn’t a initial choice, or even a 15th, nonetheless a existence is that some-more GOP citizens elite him to a alternatives,” they wrote. “Yet GOP citizens finished a ultimate decision, and that deserves some honour unless we’re going to give adult on democracy.” The house also criticized a pierce for a thirty-party candidate, irking Bill Kristol.

Joe Scarborough: UNDECIDED (was SOFT YEA)
The MSNBC horde and token network regressive was among a friendliest voices in a media toward Trump during a Republican primary. He has been some-more vicious given then. Referring to Trump’s attacks on Judge Gonzalo Curiel, he announced to Republicans, “You have to start job him out and observant you’ll redress your publicity of him currently or else a United States Senate is in danger.” A day before, he compared Trump’s remarks to a Nazi Nuremberg competition laws. (June 7, 2016)

Scarborough formerly announced was not certain possibly he can opinion for Trump, citing Trump adhering to outlandish promises like a anathema on Muslim immigration that he finished during a primary. (May 5, 2016)

Rush Limbaugh: SOFT YEA
The heading worried talk-show horde has been a upholder of Trump all along—to a restlessness of Trump-opposing conservatives—despite spasmodic criticizing him. After Trump’s Indiana win, Limbaugh predicted: “My intrinsic feeling right now is that Trump is gonna win, kick Hillary badly, that it could be landslide proportions.” He has declined to rigourously validate Trump, though. (May 23, 2016)

Glenn Beck: NAY
Beck, a talker who was a Cruz backer, has remained resolutely opposite to Trump given he became a unreserved nominee. He says Trump can't win. “I don’t wish my children to demeanour during that male and say, ‘Yeah, he’s my President.’ we won’t have that. we will not validate it, we will not endure it,” he said. (May 4, 2016)

Rupert Murdoch: YEA
The hugely successful regressive mogul—owner of The Wall Street Journal, Fox News, and a New York Post—suggested in Mar that a Republican Party fuse around Trump:

The coverage of Trump late in a primary led Ted Cruz to lash out and credit Murdoch Co. of assisting Trump.

Max Boot: NAY
Boot, a heading neoconservative and troops historian, says that nonetheless he’s a lifelong Republican, the celebration is passed and he won’t opinion for Trump: “The risk of Trump winning, however remote, represents a biggest inhabitant confidence hazard that a United States faces today.” While “Clinton would be distant preferable to Trump,” Boot says that right now “I usually know one thing for sure: we won’t opinion for Trump.” (June 3, 2016)

Michael Reagan: YEA (was NAY)
The son of former President Ronald Reagan, an successful talk-radio horde and writer, says he will behind Trump in sequence to stop Hillary Clinton. (July 28, 2016)

Reagan formerly pronounced he would not opinion for Trump in a California primary and added, “This many expected would be a 1st time if my father was alive that he would not support a hopeful of a GOP.” (June 6, 2016)

Hugh Hewitt: YEA (was SOFT YEA and formerly NAY)
Having seemed to vary earlier, a talk-radio host, who helped assuage several of a Republican primary debates and was vicious of Trump, writes, “Of march we am voting for Donald Trump. You should be too if we are a conservative.” (July 31, 2016)

Hewitt malleable on Trump in a issue of a Orlando attack, writing in a Washington Post column that his concentration on confidence shows that he’s potentially preferable to Hillary Clinton. (June 15, 2016)

Hewitt had taken an scarcely tough line opposite Trump, not usually disappearing to support him but, in a arise of Trump’s comments about Judge Gonzalo Curiel, actually job for a Republican National Convention to sale Trump as nominee. (June 8, 2016)

Robert Kagan: NAY
Kagan, a heading neoconservative historian and writer, was among a initial conservatives to behind Clinton, writing approach behind in February, “For this former Republican, and maybe for others, a usually choice will be to opinion for Hillary Clinton. The celebration can't be saved, nonetheless a republic still can be.” He after wrote of Trump, “This is how fascism comes to America.” (February 25, 2016)

Bret Stephens: NAY
The emissary editor of The Wall Street Journal, a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, says he will not opinion for Trump, nonetheless will substantially not opinion for Clinton. “Probably nothing of a above,” he told Hugh Hewitt. “I will never opinion for Donald Trump. we have a very, unequivocally tough time voting for Mrs. Clinton.” But Stephens added: “I consider that for a United States, Hillary Clinton, as awful as we find her, is a survivable event. I’m not so certain about Donald Trump.” (June 17, 2016)

Greg Mankiw: NAY
Mankiw, an economist during Harvard who chaired George W. Bush’s Council of Economic Advisers and Mitt Romney and other Republicans, tells John Harwood he can't support Trump.

(August 4, 2016)

Lanhee Chen: NAY
The regressive process wonk, who served as Mitt Romney’s process executive in 2012 and worked with Marco Rubio in 2016, does not behind Trump. “I would rather not see him win,” he pronounced during a media roundtable during Sanford’s regressive Hoover Institution. (August 16, 2016)

Stephen Moore: YEA
Moore, a former Wall Street Journal editorial columnist and stream arch economist during a Heritage Foundation, is
one of Trump’s mercantile advisers. (August 5, 2016)

Ed Feulner: YEA
Feulner, who as longtime conduct of a Heritage Foundation incited it into a regressive powerhouse, has assimilated Trump’s transition team, Yahoo reports. “Feulner, 75, is a initial vital figure with low credit in a regressive transformation to join a Trump transition effort,” writes Jon Ward. (August 24, 2016)


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Sheldon Adelson: YEA
The Vegas-based megadonor, and vital disciple for Israel, competence have been disturbed by Trump’s statements about a Jewish state during a campaign, nonetheless he told The New York Times he’s ancillary him. “Yes, I’m a Republican, he’s a Republican,” he said. “He’s a nominee. Whoever a hopeful would spin out to be, any one of a 17—he was one of a 17. He won satisfactory and square.” (May 5, 2016)

Paul Singer: NAY
The vital Republican donor, who corroborated Marco Rubio and contributed to anti-Trump efforts, will not behind Trump nonetheless also won’t opinion for Clinton. Singer joked he competence write himself in. (June 29, 2016)

NBC News formerly reported that Singer would not behind Trump. Bloomberg reported he’ll stay out of a presidential race. (May 5, 2016)

Joe and Marlene Ricketts: UNDECIDED
The billionaire integrate spent during slightest $5.5 million on anti-Trump efforts during a primary, and Trump during one prove threatened them, tweeting, “They improved be careful, they have a lot to hide!” They have not finished their position public, nonetheless their son Pete, a executive of Nebraska, has permitted Trump.

Charles and David Koch: SOFT NAY
Prior to Trump’s apropos a unreserved GOP nominee, Charles Koch pronounced he suspicion Hillary Clinton competence be a improved boss than Trump, nonetheless he finished no denote that a famed span of brothers would behind her. They now contend they are not subsidy Trump, nonetheless a orator did not sequence it out entirely. (May 5, 2016)

Peter Thiel: YEA
Thiel, a PayPal owners and obvious try capitalist, is famous as a libertarian—though Rand Paul attempted and unsuccessful to justice him as a vital backer. (Thiel finished adult donating to former Silicon Valley inhabitant Carly Fiorina.) Thiel has signed adult as a impending Trump delegate from California. (May 10, 2016)

Stanley Hubbard: YEA
Hubbard, a longtime Republican donor, gave thousands to a Stop Trump bid progressing this spring. Now he says he’ll behind Trump. “All of my favorite possibilities forsaken out one by one,” he told Politico. “We’re down to my slightest favorite candidate. And my slightest favorite claimant is improved than Hillary Clinton in terms of what’s best for a country.” (May 10, 2016)

T. Boone Pickens: YEA
The Oklahoma oil billionaire—and new renewable-energy fanatic—is a former Jeb Bush backer, nonetheless Pickens now supports Trump, citing his support for Trump’s anathema on Muslim immigration. “Yes, I’m for Donald Trump … I’m sleepy of carrying politicians as boss of a U.S.,” he told The Wall Street Journal. He will host a fundraiser for a pro-Trump super PAC. (May 12, 2016)

Foster Friess: YEA
The former Rick Santorum bankroller has motionless to behind Trump, telling The Hill that Trump can’t be judged possibly by his past stances and behaviors or by what he does and says now. “My success came from harnessing people’s strengths and ignoring their weaknesses,” he said. “And also, from assessing people not according to their pasts or where they are today, nonetheless rather formed on what they can become.” (May 23, 2016)

Woody Johnson: YEA
The New York Jets owners was a vital donor to Mitt Romney in 2012 and to Jeb Bush’s Right to Rise super PAC—as good as for John McCain and George W. Bush. He met with Trump on May 23 and will reportedly donate and assistance bundle donations for Trump. (May 24, 2016)

Mel Sembler: YEA
Sembler is a vital fundraiser and a longtime domestic fan of a Bush family, carrying served as an envoy underneath both Presidents Bush. Naturally, he upheld Jeb Bush’s presidential run. After Jeb Bush forsaken out of a race, he said, “Times have changed, a republic has changed, a citizens has changed. we don’t know a republic any more.” Understand it or not, he’s motionless to go along, and has signed on as a clamp chairman of a Trump fundraising effort. (May 24, 2016)

Meg Whitman: NAY
The CEO of HP, who ran for California executive in 2010, says she will opinion for Hillary Clinton, job Trump a “dishonest demagogue” who has “undermined a impression of a nation.” “I will opinion for Hillary, we will speak to my Republican friends about assisting her, and we will present to her debate and try to lift income for her,” she told The New York Times. Whitman’s proclamation isn’t a sum surprise—she suggested during a Romney-hosted confab in Jun she competence behind Clinton—but is striking, given she was financial chair for a Republican presidential candidate, Chris Christie, this year. (August 3, 2016)

Seth Klarman: NAY
A billionaire banker and hedge-fund honcho, Klarman is an eccentric who has mostly given to Republicans, including Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, and Jeb Bush. He’s now operative to elect Clinton, job a Trump presidency “unthinkable.” (August 4, 2016)

Mike Fernandez: NAY
Fernandez, a Cuban exile and health-care executive, is a vital Republican donor in Florida, carrying given heavily to efforts to elect Mitt Romney in 2012 and Governor Rick Scott in 2014. He also corroborated Jeb Bush in 2016, nonetheless he strongly opposes Trump, who he compared to Hitler, Perón, and Mussolini. “My associate Republicans, swallow hard, demeanour into your heart — and your gut. Vote for Hillary Clinton and afterwards each singular Republican on a ticket,” he wrote in a Miami Herald column. “Do that, and rest positive that we will have served your republic well.” (September 1, 2016)

Faith Leaders

Jerry Falwell Jr.: YEA
Falwell, boss of Liberty University and son of a iconic Moral Majority leader, has been one of Trump’s staunchest backers.

Russell Moore: NAY
Moore, who is boss of a Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of a Southern Baptist Convention, says he will not opinion for possibly Trump or Clinton nonetheless will write in Ben Sasse. (May 5, 2016)

Ralph Reed: YEA
The regressive romantic and former executive executive of a Christian Coalition has assimilated Trump’s devout advisory board. “I trust that, should Donald Trump be elected, he will interrupt a damaged complement in Washington, D.C., in a approach that Hillary Clinton won’t,” he told NPR. “And we consider that summary is expected to ring … unequivocally strenuously in a faith community.” (June 21, 2016)

James Dobson: YEA
The former boss of Focus on a Family is a member of Trump’s devout advisory board, nonetheless he formerly pronounced he was “very heedful of Donald Trump.” (June 21, 2016)

Richard Land: YEA
Land, who preceded Russell Moore as boss of a Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of a Southern Baptist Convention, has taken a opposite hook from his inheritor on Trump, fasten Trump’s devout advisory board. (June 21, 2016)

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