You know, the Donald is 70 and early signs of Dementia
is being delusional
Donald Trump almost had me. After giving a riveting and conservative-leaning acceptance speech, I was willing to hold my nose, heed the advice of my peers, and in the name of the Supreme Court, if nothing else, vote for the man who is not Hillary Clinton. But then he proved to be a sore winner, doubling down on his repetition of a slanderous article in the National Enquirer linking Ted Cruz's father to Lee Harvey Oswald and the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Sen. Ted Cruz was roundly condemned for not endorsing Trump in his convention speech. But if it is true that the Texas firebrand doomed his political future, then Trump would have been wise to heed the advice of the Chinese military leader Sun Tzu, who said never to disturb your enemy when he is destroying himself. Instead, Trump proved to be a sore winner and showed why Ted Cruz was right in withholding his endorsement. There are few among us who, if someone slandered their fathers in a similar way, would not simply deck the miscreant.
Methinks Trump protested his innocence too much even as he defamed his opponent's father. As Politico reports:Read the rest of this American Thinker op-ed HERE.
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