(The Hill) -- Unless anti-Trump Republicans succeed in finding a credible alternative candidate for president, 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney should prove he means what he says about presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump and outright endorse Hillary Clinton (D).
If the Democratic and Republican parties nominate Clinton and Trump, respectively, and one of those two candidates is destined to become the next president, considering what Romney has said be believes about Trump, how can he not endorse Clinton?
Romney need not show enthusiasm if and when he announces support for Clinton. He can say he disagrees with her on virtually everything. He can say that he has spent much time hoping she never becomes president. He can say it is the hardest and most unpleasant political move he has ever made. But if Romney believes what he says about Donald Trump, he should say that he deeply believes, as a Republican and American, that Trump would make a disastrous president and given the choice between Clinton and Trump, he unequivocally chooses Clinton.
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