Donald Trump is looking like Dog Dirt today. Finally, his past indiscretions may have caught up with him. More and more former supporters are saying they will not vote for Trump. The Republican Party has been reluctant to fully embrace Trump from the start. What did they know? What other shameful evidence could be trotted out over the next few weeks leading up to the election?
Which brings us to the thorny subject of making history…
On a good day The Donald might make one of the greatest presidents of all time… His combination of transparency, business acumen, and negotiating skills might just make America great again.
But with the latest evidence about his dark character I think most people can agree that this guy is not going to make it to the White House. A week ago maybe there was hope but today no way. His candidacy is done.
This thing can go two different ways right now and the future of our two party system hangs in the balance:
1) Trump stays in the Presidential race – He will lose in the biggest landslide in history.
2) Trump bails out right now – There is still time for the Republican party to partially recover and at least gain back some credibility.
The problem is that Trump has said he will not bail out and I believe him. Why quit when he has come this far. Somewhere in the back of his head he is hearing a little voice saying “No publicity is bad publicity”.
Well this time that old saying doesn’t count. The American people will not put a person like Donald Trump in the White House. The big hint for Trump should be the number of Republican Leader who have said they will hold their noses and vote for Hilary Clinton.
Mr. Pence has the choice right now to follow Donald Trump down the river in a stunning presidential loss that not only will cost the Republicans the White House but very possibly Congress, too.
Mr. Pence can choose to make history right now today and step up to a podium some place and resign as the Vice Presidential Candidate. And along with that say a few choice words about Mr. Trump’s character and why he is no longer interested in working with Trump.
And… Mr. Pence should resign about seven minutes before Donald Trump steps up to the podium to debate Hilary Clinton tonight.
Let’s see how Mr. Trump takes that news…