Why do the networks continue to put dopey @BillKristol on panels when he has called every single shot about me wrong for 2 yrs?— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 22, 2016
BILL KRISTOL, WEEKLY STANDARD: I don't think [talk of a neoconservative third party is "dwindling right now"].
The Republican National Committee and the Trump and Clinton campaigns are trying to sort-of strangle it in its infancy. Because they're scared of it. I mean, look at that poll. When you throw Mitt Romney's name in (someone who hasn't run in four years, probably isn't the ideal, in a way, third party candidate, though an impressive man who I think would be a good alternative to Clinton or Trump).
He right away is at 22%. 37-35-22. He hasn't done anything. In other polls, the independent, generic independent continues run 20, 21.
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GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS: But nobody is willing to do it right now.
KRISTOL: Let's see. It's a tough thing to ask a politician. It's a tough thing to ask someone to do. Let's see what happens in the next week or two.