Constitutional law expert Laurence Tribe revealed on Tuesday that he is considering changing his voter registration to vote against President Donald Trump in the Republican Party primary.
Tribe, who has taught at Harvard Law for half a century and has argued thirty-six cases before the United States Supreme Court, praised former Gov. Bill Weld (R-MA).
“It’s great that Gov. Bill Weld is taking on the Orange Constitutional Menace,” Tribe said.
Weld, who governed Massachusetts from 1991 to 1997 after serving as Assistant Attorney General, is challenging Trump for the Republican nomination.
“It’s tempting to register as a Republican in the primary just to vote for Weld over Trump. Come to think of it . . .” he added.
It’s great that @GovBillWeld is taking on the Orange Constitutional Menace. It’s tempting to register as a Republican in the primary just to vote for Weld over Trump. Come to think of it . . . https://t.co/mvkmYBpqJq# p #6_7 # ad skipped = true #
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