REPORT: GOP governor endorses Bill Weld over Trump

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BY TEAM DML / FEBRUARY 15, 2020 /

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The Republican governor of Vermont, Phil Scott, endorsed GOP presidential candidate Bill Weld in a show of defiance against President Trump.

Scott, 61, backed the former governor of Massachusetts at a press conference on Saturday, saying, “I’ve met with him before, I think a lot of him and his platform, so I would be supporting him,” according to the Hill.

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The endorsement comes less than three weeks before Vermont’s March 3 primary. Trump has so far dominated the Republican nomination fight in the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary.

Weld tweeted:

“I’m a great admirer of @GovPhilScott of Vermont, and am delighted to have his endorsement in the Republican presidential primary on Super Tuesday.

“[Vermont] has been well served in the past by Republican governors, and Gov. Scott admirably extends that tradition.”


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