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I Take Bob Corker Serious
by John Jazwiec

Even after you consider that GOP Sen Bob Corker is retiring, the bluntness and his lack of ambiguity regarding Donald Trump is both troubling and confirmative. 

"I think Secretary Tillerson, Secretary Mattis, and Chief of Staff Kelly are those people that help separate our country from chaos, and I support them very much".

Myself and many others see Trump as someone not fit to be president. I respect the other 40% of the country that doesn't feel that way. But perhaps their needs are not the same as the other 60%.

I want a president that cares about all Americans. Trump doesn't. I wan't a president that is humbled by the office he holds. Trump doesn't. I want a president that is empathetic to other human beings. Trump doesn't. I want a president that understands that drama is a recipe for failure. Trump doesn't. I want a president that works with his cabinet and staff in collaboration. Trump doesn't. I want a president that takes domestic and foreign policy seriously enough to read briefing books. Trump doesn't. I want a president that may disagree with the media - all president do - but respects the 4th estate. Trump doesn't. 

I don't want a president that that talks loudly and carries a little stick. Trump does. I don't want a president who's own finances are entangled with the constitutional power he possesses. Trump does. I don't want a president that is not even-keeled and doesn't stays on message. Trump does. I don't want a president that forces his people to say nice things about him. Trump does. I don't want a president with authoritative tendencies, who want's military parades. Trump does. I don't want a president that doesn't care, that as the head of state, he has to act presidential and in the continuum of its past office holders. Trump does.

To some 60% of us, we worry about the damage Trump has made and can create in the future. Senator Corker confirmed those worries this week. 



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