A Republican presidential elector has become the first to announce that he intends to defect from Donald Trump when he casts his vote as part of the electoral college, vowing to try and block the president-elect from reaching the White House.
Writing in the New York Times,
Christopher Suprun has declared that he will break ranks with his
fellow Republican electors in Texas and cast his vote for a GOP
candidate whom he deems to be more fit for highest office. He argues
that under the electoral college system he has the constitutional duty
to vote according to his conscience, not just according to party loyalty
– and his conscience tells him that Trump is unfit for the presidency.
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