Today on Fox News, I debated Donald Trump’s evangelical advisor.
Though he argued that Trump has been transformed since he recently “gave his life to Christ,” I argued that his behavior doesn’t show it.
This is a man who praises a dictator and calls the pope a “disgrace.”
This is a man who mocks the disabled, belittles veterans, and bans Muslims.
After being accused of multiple instances of sexual assault, Trump denied the charges this week saying that the women “weren’t attractive enough” to assault.
This is a man who thinks belittling and shaming women makes him bigger.
This is a man who told the nation last night that he’s too proud to accept losing a free and fair election in the world’s oldest democratic republic.
You can vote for Trump, but you shouldn’t do so by pretending he’s a strong ambassador for faith values.
Because time and again, he shows that the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson are true: “who you are screams so loudly in my ears I cannot hear what you say.”