I am a fifth-generation Republican, but I can not support Donald Trump.
The San Diego Union-Tribune can’t, either. They suggested San Diegans write-in the late Ronald Reagan rather than vote for Trump.
North Korea, however, does support him, and Vladimir Putin seems to like him. Both “endorsements” are marks against Trump, in my opinion.
He is not a true Republican, although he has tried to pander to the ultra-conservative right wing of the party, to get them to overlook his philandering and adultery.
Overseas, the new mayor of London accused his political rivals of using Donald Trump’s playbook. What does it mean for international relations when a potential president’s name is used as a pejorative?
He’s downright rude.
Donald Trump neither understands nor respects the Constitution. He does not respect anyone but himself. His opinions change on a weekly, if not daily, basis. He’s biased against women, racial minorities, and Moslems.
The editorial board of the San Diego Union-Tribune said it best:
Call me old-fashioned, but I don’t think president of the United States should be an entry-level position for someone considering a career in politics. Donald Trump lacks the experience, judgment, and moral compass to be president.
I urge you to vote against him, as do Stephen King and Amy Tan.