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Los Angeles Times says Trump unfit to be president

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Photo: FLLewis / Media City G -- Los Angeles Times editorial about presidential candidate/billionaire Donald Trump March 3, 2016

Photo: FLLewis / Media City G — Los Angeles Times editorial about presidential candidate/billionaire Donald Trump March 3, 2016

Billionaire-turned-reality-TV-star-now-presidential-candidate, Donald Trump, was slammed really hard today by the Los Angeles Times. In a scathing editorial the paper called Trump “not fit to be president of the United States.” Despite leading the pack of GOP presidential contenders by a sizable margin in the delegate count the Times has this searing assessment of the billionaire:

“The reality is that Trump has no experience whatsoever in government, interacting with the machinery of state only as a supplicant. He has shamefully little knowledge of the issues facing the country and the world, and a temperament utterly unsuited to the job. He is a racist and a bully, a demagogue.”

The Times admits: “It isn’t easy to tell how much of Trump’s performance is merely shtick and how much is real.”

The paper has a message for Republicans: “… Trump isn’t the answer — he’s just a cynical manipulator playing on the very real frustrations of voters tired of a government that takes big, difficult problems and makes them intractable. Those voters still have time to choose a better standard-bearer.”

Read the entire editorial here.  As of tonight 10 p.m., there are more than 700 comments on this editorial. One thing we can all agree on about Trump, he’s the most controversial candidate of campaign 2016.

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One Response to Los Angeles Times says Trump unfit to be president

  1. Al in SoCal Tuesday, March 8, 2016 at 2:53 pm #

    Unfortunately stories like this only embolden his supporters and make them think they are doing the right thing. We didn’t need another editorial bashing him, we didn’t need Romney to take him to task.

    If what he says doesn’t already turn you off, then nothing ANYONE says will do the job. The only thing this does is ensure Mr. Trump dominates the next news cycle as the very same media reports on the editorial. This will of course be interlaced with clips of the man himself telling the powers that be to F. Off – and his supporters wildly clapping and nodding in approval of his dismissal.

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