U.S. Sen. Bob Corker said today in Chattanooga that he won't endorse any Republican presidential candidate prior to Tuesday's primary election in Tennessee.
"I'm giving no advice," he said at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. "I didn't feel like me endorsing is the right thing to do."
The Tennessee Republican said others in the state are working for candidates, but he believes "me playing a role in endorsing a candidate was not the right thing to be doing."
Asked about New York businessman Donald Trump, Corker said the presidential field is a diverse one with each candidate bringing unique traits to the race.
"We'll see how this primary shakes out," he said.