Trump is leading in the Republican polls, but Europeans are horrified:
It is not surprising why many Europeans would oppose Donald Trump:
Trump said he would eliminate the U.S. Education Department and Environmental Protection Agency, bring back torture and kill the families of suspected terrorists.
Trump has said he would make it easier to sue the news media for libel:
And he has said he would deport children born to undocumented immigrants, even though the children are U.S. citizens.
Former CIA director Michael Hayden said that the U.S. military would refuse to follow certain orders from Trump if he were to be elected president:
Polls show that either Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders would defeat Trump, with Sanders garnering better than double the margin of victory that Clinton would get:
Update: Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney says Trump is not fit to serve as president because of his extremist views:
And the Los Angeles Times agrees that Trump is not fit to serve as president:
Trump is encouraging his supporters and the police to increase the frequency and intensity of attacks on protestors:
Trump’s goading his supporters and the police to attack protestors harkens back to when Ronald Reagan gave the green light as California’s governor for the police to attack peaceful college students protesting against the Vietnam war. “If there is to be a bloodbath, let it begin now,” Reagan said at the time. And that is exactly what happened next.