He is known as one of the most outspoken critics of Trump within the Republican Party during this campaign.
Trump weighed in from afar, saying at a Saturday rally in Tampa that Romney is bitter because has a failed presidential candidate who choked like a dog. "I think his comments time and again appeal to the racist tendency that exists in some people, and I think that is very risky". "I do not want her support". I don't have to make an endorsement. "And he may try and distance himself from that today, but we know what he believes based on what he said and by the way he didn't just say it once, it wasn't just a slip of the tongue which he went back and apologized for".
"I think this group; the most important thing for the Republican Party is the Supreme Court".
"I'm going to look at what he has to say", Romney said of Johnson.
A billionaire and former supporter of failed candidate New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, Whitman has been actively working to stop Trump's nomination, including fundraising for an anti-Trump Super PAC. Romney was described as "blinking back tears as he spoke". "Ted Cruz was basically praising Donald Trump through the whole process", Romney said.
"[Kasich] was in [the race] well after the time there was no possible pathway to becoming the nominee". Nevertheless, just so you understand, this judge has treated me very unfairly, he's treated me in a hostile manner.
And Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus tweeted later Friday, "Respect Mitt and differences but couldn't disagree more".
"I feel like Jon Snow, trying to get the Wildlings to team up with the kings of the castles", Scaramucci said.
"I don't think he got the scrutiny applied to him that is typically applied to a front-runner by the people running against him", he said, lamenting that they were "firing at each other".
He said the business mogul's campaign rhetoric - the latest example being his accusations of bias by a federal judge because of his Mexican American heritage - is so destructive that it is fraying at the nation's moral fabric and could lead to "trickle-down racism". "That's the good news".