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This is not go­ing to stay in Ve­gas. A ma­jor news­pa­per en­dorses Don­ald Trump:

“Make no mis­take, a Hil­lary Clin­ton ad­min­is­tra­tion would in­dulge the worst in­stincts of the au­thor­i­tar­ian left and con­tinue to swell the bloated reg­u­la­tory state while run­ning the na­tion deeper into the red in pur­suit of ‘free’ col­lege and health care. Yes, Mr. Trump’s im­pul­sive­ness and over­heated rhetoric alien­ate many vot­ers. He has trou­ble deal­ing with crit­ics and would be wise to dis­cover the power of hu­mil­ity,” notes the Las Ve­gas Re­view-Jour­nal in an ed­i­to­rial.

“But nei­ther can­di­date will ever be called to the dais to ac­cept an award for moral pro­bity and char­ac­ter. And we are al­ready dis­tress­ingly fa­mil­iar with the Clin­ton way, which in­volves turn­ing pub­lic ser­vice into an orgy of in­flu­ence ped­dling and en­ti­tle­ment de­signed to line their own pock­ets — pre­cisely what a dis­grun­tled elec­torate now rises up to protest.”

“Mr. Trump rep­re­sents nei­ther the danger his crit­ics claim nor the magic elixir many of his sup­port­ers crave. But he prom­ises to be a source of dis­rup­tion and dis­com­fort to the priv­i­leged, back-scratch­ing po­lit­i­cal elites for whom the na­tion’s strength and sol­vency have be­come sub­servient to power’s pur­suit and preser­va­tion. Don­ald Trump for pres­i­dent.”

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