375 top scientists warn US not to vote for Trump

Wed 28 Sep, 2016 05:31 pm
From Scientists' view,

375 Top Scientists Warn Us Not To Vote For Trump

Stephen Hawking is among those who say the GOP nominee could prove disastrous for the planet.


Hundreds of the world’s leading scientists, including famed physicist Stephen Hawking, warn in an open letter Tuesday that a Donald Trump win in November would prove disastrous to global efforts against climate change.

The Republican presidential nominee, who once claimed global warming is a hoax “created by and for the Chinese,” vowed in May that he would “cancel” the historic Paris climate agreement.

Opting out of that pact, write the 375 members of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, including 30 Nobel Prize winners, would have “severe and long-lasting” consequences, both for the planet and for the United States’ credibility.

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Thu 13 Oct, 2016 03:28 pm
Even Republican abandons him.

Arizona Republic endorses Hillary Clinton

Yahoo News Video•September 28, 2016

The Arizona Republic has endorsed Hillary Clinton for president. This is the first time since its founding in 1890 that the traditionally Republican newspaper has endorsed a Democrat for the office. Politico Playbook co-author Daniel Lippman discussed the consequences for Donald Trump and Clinton with Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga.

Thu 27 Oct, 2016 03:12 pm
No CEOs at Fortune 100 Companies Are Backing Donald Trump

SEPTEMBER 24, 2016

But almost a third of them supported Republican nominee Mitt Romney in 2012
No chief executives at Fortune 100 companies have donated to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign through August, according to a new report.

According to a Wall Street Journal analysis of campaign donations, this is a drastic difference compared to the 2012 election, when the Journal reports that nearly a third of Fortune 100 CEOs supported the then Republican nominee Mitt Romney.

What’s more, 19 of the nation’s largest 100 companies gave to the other Republican candidates, including Go. Jeb Bush and Sen. Marco Rubio, during this year’s primaries. But since Trump became the GOP’s nominee, a whopping 89 out of the 100 top CEOs have not supported either presidential candidate. The remaining 11 have backed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, the Journal reports.

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Tue 8 Nov, 2016 07:36 pm

We Just Can’t Back Donald Trump, 30 Former GOP Lawmakers Say In Letter
The guy is too toxic for many ex-public officials.

“In nominating Donald Trump, the Republican Party has asked the people of the United States to entrust their future to a man who insults women, mocks the handicapped, urges that dissent be met with violence, seeks to impose religious tests for entry into the United States, and applies a de facto ethnicity test to judges,” the letter reads. “He offends our allies and praises dictators. His public statements are peppered with lies. He belittles our heroes and insults the parents of men who have died serving our country. Every day brings a fresh revelation that highlights the unacceptable danger in electing him to lead our nation.”

Among the letter’s signatories are former Reps. Bob Bauman (R-Md.), Steve Bartlett (R-Texas), Tom Coleman (R-Mo.), Bill Clinger (R-Pa.), Jim Kolbe (R-Ariz.), Tom Petri (R-Wis.), Mickey Edwards (R-Okla.), Bob Inglis (R-S.C.), Vin Weber (R-Minn.), and Dick Zimmer (R-N.J.), and former Sen. Gordon Humphrey (R-N.H.).

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