Calling someone a traitor requires evidence—something that Donald J. Trump has provided ample amounts of to the world.
Brant J. Moore, a former lifelong Republican, financial contributor, and operative, picks apart Trump’s presidency in this damning account of his legacy. Chapters can be viewed as the individual elements of an indictment of the former commander-in-chief.
The author examines Trump’s mendacity, incompetence, and attacks on the rule of law that culminated in the Jan. 6, 2021, storming of the United States Capitol by an angry mob. He also calls out Trump’s drift toward authoritarianism, his refusal to transfer power, and traitorous acts.
Even after the death of a fellow Republican and war hero, Sen. John McCain, it’s reported that Trump told senior staff, “We’re not going to support that loser’s funeral.” When he saw flags lowered to half-staff, he became enraged.
Get a good look at a wealthy, spoiled brat who can’t grasp the true meaning of service or patriotism and find out why we must scorn the Republican Party until it abandons Trump in Indictment.