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Sunday, June 05, 2016

Newt Gingrich should call for Donald Trump to withdraw from nomination

Republicans don't have anything to be proud of in their presumptive nominee to run for the office of president and leader of the free world.

Newt Gingrich finally stopped praising the unstable Donald Trump. Instead, Gingrich is rightly criticizing Trump's outrageous comments about Federal Judge Curiel, who happens to be overseeing the Trump University's lawsuit case.  Obviously, Donald Trump misunderstands the US Constitution's "separation of powers".

In fact, Republicans should be ashamed of themselves for even trying to coalesce behind Donald Trump, a mentally unbalanced man who is clearly an unqualified and unstable candidate.

Now, Republican conservative former Congressman Newt Gingrich has finally criticized Donald Trump, because of the unprecedented verbal abuse for Judge Gonzolo Curiel.  

Newt Gingrich says Trump's Comments About "Mexican" (Judge Curiel) "One Of The Worst Mistakes He Has Made"

The former House Speaker, who has been a passionate defender of Trump over the past few weeks, says that his statement that a federal judge's Mexican heritage makes the judge biased agaisnt him is one of Trump's "worst mistakes."

"He has every right to criticize the judge, and he has every right to say certain decisions aren't right, and his attorneys can file to move the venue... but... this judge was born in Indiana. He's an American, period."

"Trump has got to move to a new level," Gingrich said. "This is no longer the primaries, he is no longer an interesting contender, he is a potential leader of the United States. And he's got to move his game up."

In my opinion, the Republicans must call for Donald Trump to remove himself from the GOP nomination. There's no doubt in my mind that Newt Gingrich would demand for a Democrat to be recalled, if the circumstances faced by the GOP were reversed. 

Donald Trump is unqualified to be nominated to run for the GOP candidate in the 2016 presidential election. Moreover, Trump has no understanding about politics and probably can't even say the "Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag"; as a matter of fact, has anybody asked Trump to recite the pledge? I didn't think so.

I PledgeAllegiance, to the Flag, of the United States of America.
And to the Republic, for which it stands,
One Nation, Under God, indivisible, 
with Liberty and Justice for all.

Repeat:
"With Liberty and Justice for all."

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