Comment: Down With Trump
Mr. Trump, ostensibly the presumptive Republican nominee, may finally have gone too far. Last week, he accused the federal judge presiding over the lawsuit concerning fraud allegedly committed by Trump University of bias, purely on account of his ancestry - such type of attack on the federal judiciary by a major party nominee apparently has little precedent. Having put both feet firmly in his mouth, Mr. Trump doubled down on his position earlier today, claiming that his view on bias stemming from ancestry and religion was commonsensical, and implied that American tradition to the contrary be damned.

We find it hard to quarrel with Mr. Trump, since he changes opinions faster than a chameleon changes color, we believe it would hardly be fair to label Mr. Trump a liar, since such a label presumes that the person in question can distinguish right from wrong - Mr. Trump seems merely to distinguish "for me" or "against me" and appears to have little moral anchor of any kind. There are, however, a number of misguided people in America who back Mr. Trump whom we will here engage. We put Mr. Trump's supporters on notice that difference of opinion on American security, foreign policy and immigration policy is one thing, deliberately seeking to undo the work of the Founding Fathers is quite another. If Mr. Trump's supporters have their heckles raised in dispute and seek a spat, they will likely get their wish - they should be very careful about what exactly they yearn for, since they may well achieve their aim. Regardless of whatever legitimate issues Mr. Trump's supporters have, and it appears they have several, they have settled on a troubled messenger, and may well have to pay an excruciatingly steep political price in November.

If Mr. Trump's supporters cannot bring Mr. Trump to heel over his dangerous attack on America's tradition in re her judiciary, we have high hopes of America's electorate come November, and confidence above all in our Madisonian system of distributed power to bring Mr. Trump's over-reach to heel decisively. We encourage those who are appalled by Mr. Trump to, inter alia, start drafting a sweeping immigration benefits bill without mandatory E-Verify and with amnesty, and to come up with constitutional provisions, within such a bill, to deport those such as the Trump-supporting Jeff Sessions, not just from the US Senate, but from these United States, finally and permanently.

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