Donald Trump’s three remaining rivals for the Republican presidential nomination were asked during Thursday’s debate whether they could support him as the party’s standard-bearer — despite their many campaign proclamations that he is unsuitable for the nation’s highest office. Each said he would back Trump over any Democrat.

Other conservatives who oppose Trump in the GOP primary have said the same, but many have also said they could never get behind him, no matter what. Can you identify which pundits and politicians made the following statements? Test your knowledge of the #NeverTrump movement in our quiz.

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“Honesty, faith and truth are basic requirements. And quite honestly, I have to tell you — this probably isn’t going to go over very well — that’s why I like Bernie Sanders.”

Glenn Beck

Liz Mair (Republican consultant)

George Pataki

Ron Paul

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“My current answer for who I would support in a hypothetical matchup between Mr. Trump and Mrs. Clinton is neither of them. I sincerely hope we select one of the other GOP candidates, but if Donald Trump ends up as the GOP nominee, conservatives will need to find a third option.”

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker

Steve Deace (radio host)

Sen. Ben Sasse (Neb.)

Mel Martinez (former RNC chair)

3

“I’m prepared to write somebody in so that I have a clear conscience.”

Doug Heye (former RNC spokesman)

Mitt Romney

Rep. Bob Dold (Ill.)

Kevin Madden (Republican strategist)

4

“I’m not going to vote for him in November. I’m not willing to concede that the Republican nomination is over and, frankly, you guys shouldn’t either.”

Rep. Justin Amash (Mich.)

Rep. Carlos Curbelo (Fla.)

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker

Bob Inglis (former South Carolina congressman)

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“When I wrote in National Review that I was against Donald Trump, I said — and have maintained since his entry into the race — that if Donald Trump is the Republican nominee, I would support him. No longer.”

Erick Erickson (conservative writer)

Jay Caruso (conservative writer)

Matt Kibbe (former FreedomWorks CEO)

Eliot Cohen (former George W. Bush official)

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“I will never vote for Donald Trump — not even if Ronald Reagan and William F. Buckley rise from the grave and beg me to support him.”

Rep. Mark Sanford (S.C.)

Rick Wilson (Republican consultant)

J.C. Watts (former Oklahoma congressman)

Rep. Scott Rigell (Va.)

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“Dick Cheney-Tom Cotton would be the ideal ticket, but am working on others that approach that high level.”

Steve Deace (radio host)

Tom Ridge (former Pennsylvania governor)

Ron Paul

William Kristol (Weekly Standard editor)

8

“I would not vote for Trump, clearly. If there is any, any, any other choice — a living, breathing person with a pulse — I would be there.”

Rep. Reid Ribble (Wisc.)

Mel Martinez (former RNC chair)

Bob Inglis (former South Carolina congressman)

Peter Wehner (conservative writer)

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“I have repeatedly stated that if he is the GOP nominee, I will either vote third party or do a write-in, potentially of myself. At least if I do the latter thing, I know I’m voting for someone I 100 percent agree with, for once.”

Christie Todd Whitman (former New Jersey governor)

Doug Heye (former RNC spokesman)

Liz Mair (Republican consultant)

Rep. Carlos Curbelo (Fla.)

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“While I certainly don’t want four more years of another Clinton administration or more years of the Obama administration, I would take that over the kind of damage that I think that Donald Trump could do to this country, to its reputation, to the people of this country.”

Christie Todd Whitman (former New Jersey governor)

Mitt Romney

Jay Caruso (conservative writer)

Rep. Justin Amash (Mich.)

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“I would vote for Marco Rubio in Florida, for John Kasich in Ohio, and for Ted Cruz or whichever one of the other two contenders has the best chance of beating Mr. Trump in a given state.”

Matt Kibbe (former FreedomWorks CEO)

George Pataki

Mitt Romney

J.C. Watts (former Oklahoma congressman)

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