Conservative Icon George Will: Vote Out Trump And All His GOP Enablers


“Assume that the worst is yet to come,” Will says to those who think Trump might have reached rock bottom.

According to the HuffPost, longtime conservative commentator and columnist George Will announced that voters should reject President Trump in November and also vote against his Republican “enablers,” especially those in the Senate.

  • In his column in The Washington Post, Will wrote about how Trump had previously urged police not to be “too nice” when making an arrest.

“His hope was fulfilled for 8 minutes and 46 seconds on Minneapolis pavement,” Will wrote, referring to the police killing of George Floyd that occurred last week.

  • Will “quit the Republican Party in 2016 when it became clear Trump would be the party’s candidate,” reported HuffPost. He said that the “underlying problems behind the nation’s unrest predate this presidency and will still be with us when he’s gone.”

“The measures necessary for restoration of national equilibrium are many and will be protracted far beyond his removal,” Will continued. One measure should be the removal of Trump’s GOP enablers in Congress who “still gambol around his ankles with a canine hunger for petting.”

Read the HuffPost report here.

Read Will’s column here.

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