I have watched the first six months of the Trump Presidency mainly in stunned silence.
In this column, what I will do is quote some of what I said about Donald Trump my Religion News Service columns during the presidential campaign.
The reason for doing so should be obvious. We knew what we were doing, and we did it anyway. The warning signs about Donald Trump were everywhere, and we elected him president anyway. That undoubtedly says far more about us than it does about him.
So take a trip down memory lane with me.
I wrote this after the future president declared that John McCain was not quite a war hero because he had been captured by North Vietnam, a comment which in retrospect should have ended his campaign before it even really began:
We do not want a president who lacks verbal self-discipline and humility. The same holds true forThis post was originally published on this site