LETTER: This president is not up to the job

Steve Zorbaugh
West Manchester Township
U.S. President Donald Trump salutes Marine One helicopter pilots upon return to the White House from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Oct. 5, 2020 in Washington, D.C. Trump spent three days hospitalized for coronavirus. (Win McNamee/Getty Images/TNS)

A president whose dereliction of duty in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in over 200,000 American deaths does not deserve reelection. 

A president who calls American soldiers who died in battle "losers" and "suckers" is not fit to be America's commander-in-chief. 

A president who spends millions of dollars of taxpayer money on golfing at his own resorts and only contributes $750 of income tax on millions of dollars of income is not qualified to safeguard the public purse. 

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A president who encourages supporters to commit acts of violence against protesters who peacefully exercise their First Amendment rights is not properly skilled to defend the U.S. Constitution. 

A president who lies to the public on a daily basis is neither trustworthy nor believable. 

A president who mocks religious leaders the second they leave the room is no friend of people of faith. 

A president who appeases America's enemies and gives the finger to America's allies lacks the knowledge, wisdom and temperament  necessary to properly conduct American foreign policy. 

A president who sews the seeds of racial division at every turn is not capable of fostering a fruitful discussion on race and discrimination. 

A president who continually displays a lack of decency and decorum can scarcely be viewed as a proper role model for people to admire. 

That's why I'm voting for Joe Biden. America needs a president again, and it's painfully clear Donald Trump is not up to the task.