In other words, it is one entitled person with way too much money complaining about another entitled person with way too much money.
Romney will brand the billionaire businessman as "a phony, a fraud" whose "promises are as worthless as a degree from Trump University" in a speech Thursday morning at the University of Utah on Thursday morning. The Associated Press obtained excerpts of his remarks in advance.
Trump, in turn, dismissed Romney as "a stiff" who "didn't know what he was doing" as the party's candidate in 2012 and blew a chance to beat President Barack Obama. "People are energized by what I'm saying" in the campaign and turning out in remarkable numbers to vote, Trump told NBC's "Today."
Tonight is the debate, so you know Trump will be asked about Romney.
On a related note, some 22 Republicans (and no doubt counting) have publicly refused to support Trump.