People voted, populism was tempered by regionalism, and Donald Trump won the electoral votes necessary to be called the President-elect.
I know many who voted for him.
They are not bigots, racists, misogynists, or ignorami. They are decent people who exercised their right to mark ballots and pull levers.
In a free country, these things happen.
I have no respect for those, in the face of defeat, who are now spitting in the well of our country’s future.
Donald Trump is my President.
I will give him the chance to reach out and be everyone’s Commander-in-Chief.
Personally, I believe Mr. Trump has the potential to be a great President. He likes to win, and I believe he really wants to be seen as successful, and not by a few.
At this writing, barely two days after the election, Mexico and Canada have already indicated their willingness to take a new look at NAFTA.
Gee, I wonder how that happened…
Well said Rev Bill. I’m totally with your philosophy and hope our young people heal and learn how to accept defeat.