Mr Trump just can’t accept the fact that the majority of Americans do not share his racist, misogynistic & hate filled sentiments and wouldn’t vote for him if his name was the only name on the ticket. His own political party is embarrassed by his brash, crass & downright arrogant behavior, so much so that former Republican President George W Bush even strongly denounces his disrespectful shenanigans — that’s saying an awful lot.
According to Time Magazine, Trump was quoted saying he believes this year’s election between him & Hillary Clinton will be rigged, presumably not in his favor.
Donald Trump previewed a possible excuse for a general election loss Monday, saying he thinks it is going to be “rigged.”
“I’m afraid the election’s going to be rigged, I have to be honest,” Trump said at a rally in Columbus, Ohio Monday afternoon, after talking about Bernie Sanders and the Democratic primary.
The “rigged system” drumbeat is one Trump hit repeatedly during the primary season, first against the Republican establishment and, more recently, about the Democratic Party, to try to win over Sanders supporters who felt their candidate did not have a fair shake against Hillary Clinton. (Sanders backers grew even more concerned after leaked Democratic National Committee emails showed leadership favoring Clinton.) By turning now to say he believes the general election could also be unfairly favorable to Clinton, Trump is laying the groundwork to fuel his supporters’ fury if he loses on Nov. 8.
With less than 100 days until election day, Trump said, “Can you believe we’re almost there?”
I’m not much of a cheater, but let’s hope this is in fact true! America can’t handle (or afford) a Trump in the White House. I don’t think anybody wants to see that, not even the Republicans.
Check out this interesting blog post I found on Huffington Post written by one of Trump’s ex attorneys, Thomas Wells. Mr. Wells worked with Trump some 30 years ago on an exclusive real estate deal– a fancy shopping center to be named Trump Centre, in New Jersey. Wells goes into great detail with his personal reasoning as to why America doesn’t need a Trump presidency, now or never.
Here is an excerpt from his blog:
I have thought about this a lot, and I want to share my humble insights of why we cannot elect Donald Trump as president of the United States. To me, it is more about character than politics. Because of lack of the former, the latter ― the actual politics of Donald Trump ― are not that easy to discern.
The very first point he gives regarding Trump’s character is that “the man lies all the time” and is in fact, “a skilled liar.”
He goes on to list 19 other reasons Trump is not right for the White House.
Bullies will always exist somewhere, but the White House should not be that somewhere.
You can read the post here.
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