Devil Trump Scares Mike Lee to Death

Utah Sen. Mike Lee (R) said Wednesday that he cannot endorse presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump yet because he “scares me to death.”

Lee, who previously supported Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (R), said he has “concerns” with the billionaire businessman.

 

“I have some concerns with him. He scares me to death — so does Hillary Clinton,” he said, according to theWashington Examiner. “There is no easy choice right now.”

 

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Campaigning for Cruz, Lee said the Texas senator is a “proven record of fighting for our conservative values and for the issues that matter most to Americans.” But now that Cruz is out, Lee said he will keep his eye on the developments.

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Comments (9)

  1. PTF

    I understand your concerns about Trump and the “trumped” up rhetoric against him.
    Try to understand the millions of Americans who are tired of eight years of a regime who proves not caring a ounce about the American public.
    So he can be harsh…sometimes you have to in order to fire up America for positive change.
    He’s not a bad person as the liberal media makes him out to be…that’s their job…that’s politics at its best.

    May 12, 2016
    1. Grockizback

      It’s not only the liberal media that points out his “faults.” Real Conservatives and real Christians have a real problem with him. If America, which is the leader of the world makes a man with the characteristics of Donald Trump their leader: then the how low has America gone. How can we preach civility to 3rd world nations? You know Mike Lee is a Republican right, and Dumpy Dumb Ass Donald Scares him to death@!

      May 12, 2016
      1. PTF

        That is why it is a must for the Republicans to unify the party. Months,weeks,days and minutes are going by.
        Wasting time is unaffordable.
        Time to knuckle down before time runs out.

        May 13, 2016
        1. mrmacq

          but trump aint a republican
          why should republicans unite behind one thats not their own?

          May 13, 2016
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  3. rinit63

    While it is understandable people feel as if the government isn’t listening to them it is unrealistic to believe one person can change the fortunes of the entire country. You have a democrat president but the house and senate are dominated by the republicans so who gets the blame for the state of the country? If Donald Trump has provided a solid plan of how he implement all his vague promises please share them. Even one one of his plans. His idea of delegating the things needed to “make America great” is ridiculous. Mexico has clearly stated they will not pay for a wall. Saudi Arabia has a history of supporting anti-American sentiments while claiming otherwise.
    When he has been challenged on his lack of substance he changed the subject.
    I have watched numerous interviews. These are his words nothing twisted by the “liberal media.” There have been interviews with “right wing” media as well. He talks non-stop about how great he is, how rich he is, or how smart he is but when asked to provide a specific plan he changes the subject. He talks a lot but in the end he says nothing.

    May 12, 2016
  4. celine2

    When I hear someone saying something, I have to believe they mean what they are saying. Granted, if it is in print, it may run the risk of being biased or slanted. When you say millions of people are tired of a regime —that is your view or opinion and you have every right to that. I read and hear almost daily, attacks on him by the party. This is something quite concerning as I can’t recall in many past elections this happening to a candidate so late in the process. Not to say he is a bad person, but when things don’t go his way or he disagrees with someone, he kind of loses it. I prefer a President that exhibits self-control with the willingness and ability to negotiate when things are not going the way they would like. We also need a congress willing to work together so they can become effective and actually get some work done! There needs to be a balance and all elected officials need to remember they are there to work together and do what is right for the entire country. Otherwise, you have a dysfunctional government with candidates running for election that many may not be pleased with!

    May 12, 2016
  5. Gulfman

    When these sorry assed Republicans say they can’t endorse Trump it must mean they endorse Hillary.They are a disgrace to the party.

    May 13, 2016
    1. Grockizback

      Trump is a disgrace to America.

      May 13, 2016
      1. mrmacq

        dont be so selfish,hes a disgrace to humankind

        May 13, 2016