When Donald Trump first announced his interest in running for president of the United States, he said some things that aroused my interest: that he wanted, and knew how, to change the political stagnation in Washington. His business experience would help.
But it wasn’t too long before the dark side of the man appeared. He insulted his fellow Republican presidential aspirants by demeaning and ridiculing them with nicknames. He publicly mocked a man who had a severe physical disability. He publicly disrespected a deceased military man and his Gold Star family.