The debate last night finally had something: substance and civility. I'm no Trump supporter, but who knew he could be civil. I don't agree with some of his statements. He sounds like a Democrat, just with lots of money. I've found that money doesn't buy class or intelligence. You are willing to try to make a deal with the Palestinians at any cost it seems, yet you assert that most of the 1.6 billion Muslims hate us or want us dead. Hamas and Hezbollah support the Palestinian Authority. The Iran deal is one of the worst you've seen, yet you can deal with one terrorist and hate another.
Your forty five percent tariff on China is absurd. When Ted Cruz explained about people shopping at Wal-Mart, and the tariff they would pay, Trump said we would build it here. He wants to go back to isolationism, and that experiment didn't work well. If you're so concerned about trade you need to thank your buddy Bill Clinton for that fiasco. I am not anti-American, but we are interdependent due to globalization. It is what it is. You use illegal foreign workers because every business does it, well put your money where your mouth is. You can't pick and choose.
You are not afforded the benefit of the doubt if you want this office.
It still means something, or at least I hope it does.