Republican Rep. Reid Ribble, who said on Thursday that he would not support Republican front-runner Donald Trump as the party's nominee, added on Friday that "dozens" of his fellow Republicans, including members of congress, agree.
Speaking on the Charlie Sykes Show, the Wisconsin congressman said, "I have had dozens of Republicans and also fellow colleagues here in Congress say to me they will not support Trump no matter what."
Ribble made it clear, however, that he would not vote for Hillary Clinton either.
"I'm not gonna make a statement between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump," he said. "My position on Hillary Clinton is I wouldn't vote for her for president either."
Ribble has floated the idea of voting for a libertarian candidate if Trump was the Republican nominee.
Andrew Kaczynski is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
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