We saw how Senators McCain and Flake threw Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump under the political bus over the 2005 hot mic video moment where he was caught using lewd language towards women, but where does Governor Doug Ducey stand with all of this?
Is Ducey still supporting Trump?
“I disavow them 100 percent…Angela and I have three boys and we work hard every day to raise them the right way and to have the utmost respect for women. We should demand the same from our leaders, especially those who want to occupy the White House, the highest office in the land.”-Gov. Doug Ducey (R)
According to the Arizona Republic, Ducey spokesman Daniel Scarpinato did not say if Ducey was pulling the endorsement.
How can you blame Ducey and others for scolding Trump? You can’t. If Trump was a Democrat, would Democrats turn on him in the same way Republicans have done?
Ducey’s predessor Gov. Jan Brewer, who is a staunch supporter of Trump, stood by the GOP presidential nominee even though she was “repulsed by the detestable language” Donald Trump used in that now infamous 2005 hot mic Access Hollywood video.
“However, withdrawing my support from Donald Trump – our Republican nominee – would simply not be doing the right thing for our country. There is too much at stake if we elect Hillary Clinton: The future of our Supreme Court, our country’s national security, securing our border, improving our economy and bringing back jobs to America.”-Gov. Jan Brewer (Facebook)
Trump’s great debate performance this past Sunday night might have stopped the bleeding, for now. Both Trump and Hillary Clinton were on the best game, but in the end, Trump as able to land a few more body blows that left Clinton gasping for air.