I take great exception to Warren Caldwell's Aug. 3 Commentary piece (“Why I admire President Trump”).
First of all, he states that the election result was “not in any way” the result of collusion or Russian interference. I would love to peer into his crystal ball to learn the results of the investigation before it is completed.
Trump is also not achieving the goals he campaigned on: replacing the Affordable Care Act with something that would cover everyone with better coverage, and appointing “originalist” judges (come on, they are as activist as the liberal judges, just from a different perspective, and he didn't really “choose” them, he had a right-wing group put together a list).
Mr. Caldwell also claims individuals are advocating violence against Trump supporters. It is Trump who has repeatedly “threatened” those he perceives to be opposing him. Reporters are actually scared that violence may be carried out against them because of Trump's hostile rhetoric.
Mr. Caldwell should not pretend that he is not aware of reality. He is just another “conservative” attempting to justify supporting the worst, crudest and most psychologically fragile president in modern history.