[In the third presidential debate], Donald Trump, when questioned if he would support Hillary Clinton if she won the election, replied that he would not promise to support her. He said that he would make that decision when the time comes, and he would “keep us in suspense.”
It seems that any patriotic American, although they may be disappointed at election results, has a duty for the greater good of our country to accept the will of the people as demonstrated by a fair Democratic voting process.
Several months ago, during the first debate of the Republican Party’s candidates for president of the United States, Mr. Trump was asked if he would support the winning candidate for the nomination.
At that time, Mr. Trump admitted that he would not promise to support the eventual Republican nominee if he were not the one picked. It seems that his reply proved that Mr. Trump was not a loyal Republican, yet the Republican Party allowed him to continue to participate in the contest that determined their nominee for president of the United States.
Now, it seems as though we have a Republican Party candidate who professes to support the constitution of the United States, yet may not support the person who is elected in the coming election by the votes of the majority of the citizens of our country.
― Allen Horowitz