That simple phrase, “thin skin,” so aptly defines Donald Trump’s character and fitness to be president that it should be repeated as often as possible, to keep reminding voters why this petulant child in a man’s body should be kept as far as possible from the White House.
Of course, he is flawed in too many ways to discuss in just 200 words, but if he were in charge, this single blatant flaw is the one that clearly might trigger disaster before wiser heads could calm him down.
Whatever faults Hillary Clinton might have, real or fictitious, past or present, she is clearly more qualified to be president than Donald Trump. Americans may cry out for “change” without a clear idea of what they mean, but don’t forget that old adage, “Be careful what you wish for.” America has serious problems, both foreign and domestic, that must be addressed, but Trump certainly is not the answer.
In the “good old days,” our elected officials worked together to address the nation’s problems. Sadly, that comity is gone now, and if we are to have any chance to “make America great again,” that comity must be restored. Again, Trump is not the answer.
Martin Bensky, Richland