I told you this was going to happen.
Keep in mind that he's always denigrated the Clintons. But now, George Wills says this:
Trump as president with "no opposition" from a Republican-led Congress would be worse than Clinton as president with a Republican-led Congress.
That is a very clear statement that he would rather have Clinton in the White House than Trump. So, why shouldn't we assume he is going to vote for Hillary?
But, his statement makes no sense. Since Republicans are fiercely opposing Trump now, why assume they would provide "no opposition" and support him as President?
And when asked what advice he would give conservatives, he said:
"Make sure he loses. Grit their teeth for four years and win the White House."
Wait a second. Didn't he mean, "win the White House back"? Wasn't he referring to gritting their teeth for four years during a Clinton presidency and then to win the White House back?
Why don't you just talk straight, Will, and say what you mean directly: that you want people to vote for Hillary Clinton. You know very well that the Libertarian candidate has no chance of winning. The most damage can be done to Trump by not voting for him and also by voting for Hillary. You know it, and you all but said it.
I suspect that in the weeks ahead other prominent Republicans are going to come out for Hillary Clinton, and I hope less wimpily than George Will did. What a mealy-mouthed guy he is.