“Too early” for Colin Powell to say he’ll endorse a Republican for President

Colin Powell refused to say that he would support a Republican for President. That’s just not done in GOP world. Loyalty comes first. But Colin played coy when Russert asked Colin Powell if he was ready to make any endorsements for 2008. Powell said it was “too early.” When Russert pushed, “But, you’ll support the Republican?” Powell again said it was “too early.” Powell had to know the question was coming:


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