How do you stop Donald Trump’s presidency?
I say, get out of the way.
But here’s the catch.
There’s no way to stop Donald trump from winning, even if he’s not running for president.
The problem is not that the president-elect is not fit to hold the office.
It’s that the GOP has lost the argument.
I say this because Trump has no business being president.
He’s got a track record of being an authoritarian, a racist, a sexist and a bigot.
He has not only no respect for the Constitution, but he has no respect whatsoever for our laws.
He doesn’t believe in the rule of law, which is enshrined in the United States Constitution.
He is not a true conservative, because he has a total lack of concern for the poor, the middle class or the disabled.
He wants to put the interests of the wealthy above the needs of the majority.
He refuses to negotiate with Democrats and refuses to compromise with the left.
He opposes free trade agreements, which has led to the loss of millions of American jobs.
He plans to gut the Environmental Protection Agency and dismantle many regulations that have been passed with bipartisan support.
He won’t pay for his promised wall on the southern border, nor will he renegotiate our trade deals.
He will take the United Nations to court, and he has promised to deport millions of immigrants.
He supports an expansion of the federal prison population, and his administration has deported far more immigrants than any other administration in American history.
He promised to close Guantánamo Bay, and is pushing to expand it.
He and his family have repeatedly lied to the American people, and are willing to ignore the law in order to pursue their agenda.
He even said that he could get away with murder.
And his administration is stacked with billionaires and the wealthiest individuals in the country, including former Vice President Joe Biden, former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro, former Attorney General Eric Holder and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
He claims that he’s the “law and order candidate” but is guilty of numerous crimes and acts that are all felonies.
He also has a record of racism and xenophobia, which includes racist comments about Mexicans, Muslims, African Americans and women.
He once claimed that Mexicans were rapists.
He bragged about grabbing women by the genitals, which he has apologized for and said is not what he meant.
He made statements such as, “I can kiss a 10-year-old’s ass and still have a good time,” and said, “If I could get along with every group on the planet, I wouldn’t be running for office.”
Trump has said he wants to “destroy the Democratic Party,” and has repeatedly pledged to do just that.
But that’s not the problem.
The real problem is that Trump has lost control of the GOP, which the party has spent the past eight years trying to wrest back.
For that reason, I think that a candidate with no experience in government or in politics should be elected president of the United State of America.
The GOP should run candidates that have real experience in the areas that matter to voters.
Trump does not have any experience.
He lacks the necessary skills and knowledge to be a successful president.
And the GOP should not allow him to get into office.
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