U.S. Republican Presidential candidate Romney greets CEOs after addressing business roundtable with company leaders in Washington

Trump’s fate may rest with former supporters of arch-critic Mitt Romney

U.S. Republican Presidential candidate Romney greets CEOs after addressing business roundtable with company leaders in WashingtonBy James Oliphant COLUMBUS, Ohio (Reuters) – Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy has triggered anguished soul searching among many college-educated and affluent Republicans who must decide whether to back him, sit out the election, or do the unthinkable: vote for his opponent, Hillary Clinton. With less than two months to go before the Nov. 8 election, rural, white voters who lack a college degree have flocked to Trump. Trump’s hopes of capturing the White House may rest on whether he can win over enough of these voters in battleground states such as Ohio, Virginia and Colorado to offset Clinton’s overwhelming advantages with minority voters, young people, urban voters and women.

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