There are many things that I don’t like about the presidential candidate, Donald Trump. He’s a disagreeable and arrogant demagogue who isn’t a genuine conservative, his political commitments have been all over the map, his purported business management skills may well be something of legend in more than one sense, and his personal life has been sensational in a bad sense.
There is one aspect, however, I did like about him. He stood up for the one thing that almost no presidential candidate stood up for in the past, that is, President Washington’s counsel to not form political parties. Trump stood tall supporting that idea and was even willing to split to republican party based on that principle . . . until now.
Mr. Trump now has signed a pledge not to run as a third part and accepted to endorse the republican party’s candidate no matter who wins it. In other words, Trump has pledged to conform to the way the rest of politicians work, which he criticized to vehemently in the past.