LETTERS: Failure to be presidential

Editor:

The debates have proved their worth for America’s voters (Expatriates search for presidential appeal, Sept. 28).

Editor:

The debates have proved their worth for America’s voters (Expatriates search for presidential appeal, Sept. 28).

A Donald Trump presidency would be dangerous for the world because he would be up against very bright, powerful world leaders not aligned with the United States and who are equally capable of doing to Trump what Hillary Clinton did to him that Monday night.

The trade discussion at the beginning was a good one and should have been the model for the rest of the debate. But he arrogantly dismissed preparation, proved he knew nothing, winged the biggest moment of his life and failed to be presidential.

Clinton successfully baited Donald and he walked right into every simple trap she set.

He can’t control himself and Hillary cleaned Donald’s clock.

We should not think for a moment that Trump’s weaknesses have not been noticed by world leaders.

New York ex-mayor Rudy Giuliani’s call for Trump to withdraw from the next two debates tells us that Trump is not expected to do any better.

Trump’s performance has made it clear he is not presidential material.

D.F. Hudson, White Rock

 

 

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