Bitter Mitt Romney told CNN today that he voted for a Republican in the Utah presidential primary.
But he would not say if he voted for President Donald Trump.
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There were two other Republicans on the Utah ballot.
Mitt is a very bitter person.
Republican Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah said on Wednesday that he voted for a Republican in his state’s presidential primary election but wouldn’t say if the candidate he voted for was President Donald Trump.
Asked by CNN if he did not vote for Trump, Romney responded, “Not saying,” after he said that he had voted for “a Republican” in the Utah primary.
Trump is expected to easily secure the Republican Party nomination in his 2020 reelection bid, but there are some long-shot GOP challengers have still tried taking him on.
Utah had Democratic and Republican presidential primary elections on Tuesday, March 3, or Super Tuesday, as the day is known across the country given that voters in a wide array of states head to the polls to vote in presidential primaries.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld and former US Rep. Joe Walsh are both listed as Republican Party candidates