Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks on Super Tuesday primary election night at the White and Gold Ballroom at The Mar-A-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Fla., Tuesday, March 1, 2016. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
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Sixty Republican foreign policy veterans released a letter Wednesday pledging to oppose Donald Trump and saying his proposals would undermine U.S. security, in the latest sign of fissures between the Republican presidential front-runner and the party establishment.Bryan McGrath, a retired U.S. Navy officer and adviser to Mitt Romney's unsuccessful 2012 presidential campaign who helped organize the effort, called the signatories "the right set of people". He said that at least two people declined to sign the letter, citing concerns it would only fuel Trump's Trump's campaign theme of being an anti-Washington candidate opposed by the establishment.Trump's campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Trump also has criticized the Republican party for its backing of Bush's 2003 Iraq invasion.Volker said he had no intention of working for Trump. But he also cautioned he wanted to be free to offer his advice to any future president, and that such a letter could prompt Trump to hold a grudge against signatories.Flynn has declined to comment on whether he is advising Trump.
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