And he isn’t a supporter of Trump either. Clearly.
Look, GOP, you have a serious problem with Trump. Three of your leading thinkers (Krauthammer and George Will and David Brooks) think him a fool. Why, then, does he still have support?
At the outset, when I desisted from my support for the, then, primary candidate Trump, I said that he is more interested in preserving his ego and his self-proclaimed image of a “winner” than the issues that Americans in which Americans have any interest. The only thing, as a Christian, for which I can pray is that God’s providence, somehow turns whatever bad is befalling America in the end turns into good. It is a mixed feeling: I don’t want Trump win because perhaps some of Hilary misdeeds and disregard by National Security and the nexus between her “foundation” and her job as Secretary of State catches up with her because this will mean that “the lesser evil wins”, at the same time I don’t want her to win exactly for said misdeeds, which, sadly, are being whitewashed and minimized, if not hidden, in the media. This is an election in which not voting is voting. I hate to see America becoming the country I left!
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