Gov. Baker says he won't vote for Trump
BOSTON >> Massachusetts Republican Gov. Charlie Baker has reiterated that he will not vote for Donald Trump in November.
Baker told reporters Wednesday that he now believes Trump will be his party's nominee after Trump won Tuesday's Indiana primary, and with Texas U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz dropping out and Ohio Gov. John Kasich expected to follow.
Baker says there are a number of issues he "vehemently" disagrees with Trump on.
Baker also said he "sincerely doubts" he would vote for Hillary Clinton, the likely Democratic nominee.
The governor said he will focus on helping Massachusetts Republicans on the November ballot.
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