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DIANE MEDVED: Why a Vote for Trump is a Vote for Hillary

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Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton smiles as she speaks to supporters while her husband, former President Bill Clinton (R), gives a thumbs up to the crowd after Mrs. Clinton was projected to be the winner in the Nevada Democratic caucuses, in Las Vegas, Nevada February 20, 2016. REUTERS/David Becker

BY DIANE MEDVED

Results from the Nevada GOP caucuses show Donald Trump with more than 45%, nearly twice the percentage vote of each of his runner-up rivals, Marco Rubio (24%) and Ted Cruz (21%).
I do not understand how anyone could entrust our nation’s future to one whose vocabulary consists of superlatives and digs.

My husband is wrapping up writing a book on Providence in American history with a chapter on Abraham Lincoln. Trump and Lincoln–polar opposites in their characters and their perspectives of the presidency. I only wish we could produce a Lincoln-esque candidate with the humility to deferentially serve God and the United States people, driven and able to absorb the intricacies of history, international relations and domestic policy….

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  1. S johnson  •  Feb 26, 2016 at 6:14 pm

    If you prefer someone who is not honest or is willing to sell out our country then by all means you vote for them but for me I am fed up with the status quo, the establishment and UN qualified people and think the PC crowd needs to come to their senses.enough of the professional politicians,this private party deal is not for the people and to continue with the joke it has become only shows how entrenched you are. It is time to have someone in there who won't lie to us.it is clear to me that you don't consider the constitution important.

    • Jason  •  Feb 27, 2016 at 9:15 pm

      One does not have to be an insufferable buffoon to break the status quo or stand up to PC. This jerk will lose so I wonder if Hillary will be a break from the status quo.

    • Curt  •  Mar 11, 2016 at 4:19 pm

      Trump lies every time he opens his mouth. The shame is that a time when the country desperately needed a constitutional conservative as quite possibly our last chance to turn the country around and facing a tremendously flawed Hillary Clinton we will snatch defeat from the jaws of victory by nominating a jackass.

  2. erstatz  •  Mar 4, 2016 at 5:35 pm

    If your buddies Rubio and Cruz say the will vote Trump if he is selected, why does Miachael sugets he would wote Hillary if Trump is the The GOP choice. Hmmm sheeps in wolves clothing….

  3. Rizzo  •  Mar 31, 2016 at 9:29 am

    How about a vote for Kasich, and the fact that Kasich won't drop out, is a vote for Trump?
    Which, if you agree with the original premise, is a vote for Hillary.
    You smell what I'm cooking, RINOS?

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