From ’s endorsement, The Case Against Donald Trump, published this morning:
1/ Today The Atlantic is endorsing Joe Biden for president. Our case is simple: “Two men are running for president. One is a terrible man; the other is a decent man. Vote for the decent man.”
“Which man poses less of a threat to our collective existence? The answer is spectacularly obvious.” The Atlantic endorses Biden—the fourth such endorsement in our 163 year history.
Compelling evidence suggests that Donald Trump’s "countless sins and defects are rooted in mental instability, pathological narcissism, and profound moral impairment." Read our endorsement of Joe Biden
"Two men are running for president. One is a terrible man; the other is a decent man. Vote for the decent man." From 's endorsement editorial. Read the whole thing here
"[T]hrough his avarice and ignorance and negligence and titanic incompetence, he has allowed tens of thousands of Americans to suffer and die, many alone, all needlessly. With each passing day, his presidency reaps more death." From
"Two men are running for president. One is a terrible man; the other is a decent man. Vote for the decent man." From 's presidential endorsement
Compelling evidence suggests that Donald Trump’s "countless sins and defects are rooted in mental instability, pathological narcissism, and profound moral impairment." Read endorsement of Joe Biden
"Donald Trump is the worst president this country has seen since Andrew Johnson, or perhaps James Buchanan, or perhaps ever." , "The Case Against Donald Trump," for
Compelling evidence suggests that Donald Trump’s "countless sins and defects are rooted in mental instability, pathological narcissism, and profound moral impairment." Read our endorsement of Joe Biden
Compelling evidence suggests that Donald Trump’s "countless sins and defects are rooted in mental instability, pathological narcissism, and profound moral impairment." Read our endorsement of Joe Biden
Compelling evidence suggests that Donald Trump’s "countless sins and defects are rooted in mental instability, pathological narcissism, and profound moral impairment." Read our endorsement of Joe Biden
"With each passing day, his presidency reaps more death."
The president of the United States poses a threat to our collective existence. The choice voters face is spectacularly obvious. The case against Donald Trump: The Atlantic endorses Joe Biden.
„Trump is not responsible for all of the 220,000 #COVID19-related deaths in America. But through his avarice and ignorance and negligence and titanic incompetence, he has allowed tens of thousands of Americans to suffer and die, many alone, all needlessly“
The choice before us is spectacularly obvious. Read ’s endorsement, written by our editor in chief
“The Atlantic has endorsed only three candidates in its 163-year history: Abraham Lincoln, Lyndon B. Johnson, and Hillary Clinton.” And now a fourth, although it is more an anti-Trump endorsement to be sure.
The Atlantic, with a rare endorsement: “Two men are running for president. One is a terrible man; the other is a decent man. Vote for the decent man.”
"Donald Trump is the worst president this country has seen...perhaps ever. Trump has brought our country low; he has divided our people; he has pitted race against race; he has corrupted our democracy; he has shown contempt for American ideals"
The case against Donald Trump, by and the Editors of "The president of the United States poses a threat to our collective existence. The choice voters face is spectacularly obvious."
"[T]he national defense strategy of the United States is built on the unstated assumption that the American people will not allow a lunatic to become president."
“Through his avarice and ignorance and negligence and titanic incompetence, [Trump] has allowed tens of thousands of Americans to suffer and die, many alone, all needlessly. With each passing day, his presidency reaps more death.”
"Hering’s question was taboo because the national defense strategy of the United States is built on the unstated assumption that the American people will not allow a lunatic to become president."
"Compelling evidence suggests that his countless sins and defects are rooted in mental instability, pathological narcissism, and profound moral and cognitive impairment." , "The Case Against Donald Trump," for
"Two men are running for president. One is a terrible man; the other is a decent man. Vote for the decent man." , "The Case Against Trump," for
"In 1973, a United States Air Force officer, Major Harold Hering, asked a question that the Air Force did not want asked: 'How can I know that an order I receive to launch my missiles came from a sane president?'"
Compelling evidence suggests that Donald Trump’s "countless sins and defects are rooted in mental instability, pathological narcissism, and profound moral impairment." Read our endorsement of Joe Biden: With which, obviously, I agree.
"Trump...is a clear and continuing danger to the United States, and it does not seem likely that our country would be able to emerge whole from four more years of his misrule." , "The Case Against Donald Trump," for
“Two men are running for president. One is a terrible man; the other is a decent man. Vote for the decent man.” The Atlantic's Endorsement: Against Donald Trump - The Atlantic
"Two men are running for president. One is a terrible man; the other is a decent man. Vote for the decent man."
At the Atlantic argues one should vote for Biden because Trump cannot be trusted not to launch a nuclear attack. Seems a very odd argument to me
"The national defense strategy of the United States is built on the unstated assumption that the American people will not allow a lunatic to become president."
"Only in one crucial area does the president resemble, in the words of the former missile officer and scholar Bruce Blair, an absolute monarch—his control of nuclear weapons."
"Donald Trump is the worst president this country has seen since Andrew Johnson, or perhaps James Buchanan, or perhaps ever."