Seriously, what took him so long to do exactly what his more politically-savvy, but equally self-serving VP did with ease right from the start? Why did he walk away when simply asked his position on the hate groups involved?
It was pretty simple, and I believe even more accurate, to maintain that the outbreak of violence in Charlottesville was caused by antagonism from both protester and counter-protester...............and yet still be able to separately condemn the bigoted hate groups for what they are. It's not far from how I feel. (But then I know when I acknowledge the former, I am doing so out of a sense of fairness and logic, and when I acknowledge my own revulsion at movements founded on bigotry, I am being honest.)
Is a man who lies more than he tells the truth, and who waited this long before saying what reasonable people wanted to hear him say for nearly two days, to be trusted? Why do I feel like he's saying what his advisers are telling him he must before this thing swallows him whole while secretly giving a wink to Steve Bannon, Steven Miller, Sebastian Gorka, and yes.....maybe even David Duke?
A pre-election cartoon that is proving to be pretty accurate.