* * * * *". . . . The Enquirer has supported Republicans for president for almost a century. . . . [But] these are not traditional times. Our country needs calm, thoughtful leadership . . . a leader who will bring out the best in all Americans, not the worst.
"That’s why there is only one choice . . . : Hillary Clinton. . . . [She] is a known commodity with a proven track record of governing. . . . Trump is a clear and present danger to our country. He has no history of governance . . . no foreign policy experience, and the fact that he doesn't recognize it . . . is even more troubling. . . . Do we really want someone in charge of our military and nuclear codes who has an impulse control problem? . . .
Clinton, meanwhile, was a competent secretary of state, with far stronger diplomatic skills than she gets credit for. . . . She was part of President Barack Obama's inner circle . . . . Her presidential campaign has been an inclusive one . . . . about building bridges, not walls. . . . [O]ur reservations about Clinton pale in comparison to our fears about Trump. . . . a man utterly corrupted by self-interest. . . . In these uncertain times, America needs a brave leader, not bravado.
Hillary Clinton has her faults, certainly, but she has spent a lifetime working to improve the lives of Americans both inside and outside of Washington. It's time to elect the first female U.S. president – not because she's a woman, but because she's hands-down the most qualified choice.
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