Mitt Romney is emerging as the point man in the Republican party’s effort to stop Donald Trump. He gave a blistering speech attacking the front runner for his character, his honesty, his policies, his intelligence, and his business prowess. And he is putting forward a plan to keep Trump from getting the 1,237 he needs to be nominated. This involves encouraging Republicans to vote for the specific non-Trump candidate who has the best chance of beating him in each state (Kasich in Ohio, Rubio in Florida, etc.). Instead of rallying behind a single candidate, the strategy would be to split up the delegates so that no one, including Trump, has a majority. Then the convention would be deadlocked and could turn to. . . .Who? Romney?
What do you think of this strategy?