If he could vote, it wouldn’t be for Trump

Baltimore Sun - - FROM PAGE ONE - An­drew Spence, Phoenix

As a 13-year-old at­tend­ing Here­ford Mid­dle School, I am dis­gusted that we have a pres­i­den­tial can­di­date such as Don­ald Trump. As a mid­dle-school stu­dent who is very in­ter­ested in pol­i­tics, I lis­ten to many de­bates and keep up with pres­i­den­tial news. I have found that Don­ald Trump has used words and phrases that are rude, petty, in­ap­pro­pri­ate and usu­ally do not have any fac­tual sup­port. Be­cause th­ese de­bates and top­ics are broad­cast on na­tional tele­vi­sion, it is very hard to get away from this in­ap­pro­pri­ate be­hav­ior. It is a dis­ap­point­ing thought that chil­dren in el­e­men­tary school and even be­fore el­e­men­tary school are lis­ten­ing to th­ese aw­ful words.

An­other thing I have found with Don­ald Trump is that he dis­crim­i­nates against blacks, women, dis­abled peo­ple and Mus­lims. I be­lieve that young kids with par­ents who sup­port Don­ald Trump will grow up to have th­ese same aw­ful ideas and morals as this racist pres­i­den­tial nom­i­nee. I find hav­ing this aw­ful per­son as a pres­i­den­tial nom­i­nee com­pletely un­ac­cept­able. This is why Don­ald Trump should never be pres­i­dent of the United States of Amer­ica.

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