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Mitt Romney said it is “too early” to say he will support President Trump in 2020.

The Utah candidate for U.S. senator further explained to MSNBC’s Kasie Hunt, in an interview that aired Sunday evening, that his prior prediction that Trump will get re-elected was not an endorsement.

“I also think Gavin Newsom will get elected [as governor] in California. That’s not something I want to see, it’s just something that’s probably going to happen,” Romney added.

The article goes on to state the following:

Romney was also prompted to speak about whether he wants a Republican to challenge Trump in a 2020 primary.

“There will be people who decide, I presume, to get in a Republican primary,” he said in reply.

Romney, a former governor of Massachusetts who was the failed 2012 Republican presidential nominee, was a harsh critic of Trump during the 2016 election, calling him a “phony” and a “fraud,” but the two appeared to put their differences aside as Romey was briefly considered by Trump to be his first secretary of state.

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