In a speech this morning, Mitt Romney had harsh words about Donald Trump. The 2012 GOP nominee called Trump a phony and a fraud, among other things.
The GOP’s 2008 nominee, John McCain, agreed with Romney about the future of the Republican Party and the nation:
— John McCain (@SenJohnMcCain) March 3, 2016
Will Romney and McCain’s criticism have any impact on Trump’s hopes for the GOP nomination?
Previous three GOP nominees oppose the frontrunner for the GOP nomination. Is there any precedent for this? https://t.co/cnN2cFAR4O
— Matthew Continetti (@continetti) March 3, 2016
Ultimate "party decides" moment, last two GOP presidential contenders team up against party's prospective nomineehttps://t.co/EusmNIMd2v
— Jon Cohen (@jcpolls) March 3, 2016
Here’s an alternate ticket just in case:
Romney-McCain 2016? Has anyone copyrighted the Bull Moose Party name in the last century or so? https://t.co/jzVjo0tg6i
— Peter Spiegel (@SpiegelPeter) March 3, 2016