Unlike Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s first rallies in Connecticut in April, Saturday’s event at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield included remarks from the Republican establishment.
While Republican officials were still trying to figure out what to make of Trump in April — they had pretty much made up their mind by August.
All of Connecticut’s 28 delegates to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland at the end of July supported Trump. Those who didn’t stayed home and didn’t attend the convention.
Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano, R-North Haven, was one who stayed away from the convention and has declined to support Trump.
“I have not endorsed Trump, nor do I see myself endorsing him at this time,” Fasano has said. “However, I do respect the democratic process and the fact that the people of our country chose him to be their nominee.”
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