Over the weekend, the New York Times reported that Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol has “circulated a memo to a small number of conservative allies” outlining how a conservative like former Texas Governor Rick Perry could mount a third-party challenge to Donald Trump in November:

According to Kristol, this is “Track Two” in case Ted Cruz doesn’t get the nomination:

But Jeff Miller, former campaign manager for Ted Cruz, has a question for Kristol and his new love of Rick Perry: where were you when it counted?

Burn.

And here’s an even bigger problem for the Kristol plan — Perry doesn’t want to run:

What’s “Track Three”?

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