100% correct. I’ve always said Trump and Obama are like two sides of the same coin. It makes me sick to my stomach when Republicans defend Trump over things they’d be losing their minds over if Obama (or Clinton) had done them. Yes I know hypocrisy happens on both sides but I was a Republican and am a Conservative because I don’t want to be like Democrats and the Left. Unfortunately Republicans have decided if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...ing-republicans-said-obama-was/?noredirect=on When it comes to foreign affairs — when it comes to everything, really — Trump is weighed down by inexperience, bedeviled by vanity and hobbled by impulsiveness. He’s a celebrity playing at president. He’s everything, in other words, that Republicans feared Obama would be. Going all the way back to the 2008 presidential race, Republicans were certain that Obama would be more attuned to the needs of America’s worst enemies than willing to discuss the shared interests of America’s best friends; this captures the destructive arc of Trump’s actions from last week’s Group of Seven meeting in Quebec to the spectacle in Singapore.