Former Rep. Vin Weber (R-Minn.), a Republican operative and advisor to the Romney 2012 campaign, appeared on MSNBC Friday morning to criticize Donald Trump. Weber said his opposition to Trump doesn't mean he will vote for Hillary Clinton, however if his vote decided the election he would vote for Clinton.
"I haven't decided for sure yet," Weber said about not voting for Trump.
Moments later he said if the entire election came down to his vote, he would vote for Hillary Clinton.
CHRIS JANSING, MSNBC: You said you can't imagine remaining a Republican if Trump becomes president. Does that mean you're voting for Hillary Clinton?
FMR. REP. VIN WEBER: I haven't decided for sure yet. I have decided for sure I'm not voting for Donald Trump. Not voting for Donald Trump. I listen to our leader, Mitt Romney, explain that he was not going to vote for either Trump or Hillary. And I'm putting off deciding if I'm going to vote for a third party candidate or actually vote for Hillary Clinton. But if my vote decided the election, I would vote for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump.