Republicans, Conservatives, Military Officers, Religious Leaders and Others Speaking About Donald Trump

Selected direct quotes, with links in most cases to the full source articles or statements

See also: Donald Trump in his own words

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Former commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan: The president fails to project any of the leadership desperately needed in every quarter of this nation

“Donald Trump isn’t religious, has no need of religion, and doesn’t care about the devout, except insofar as they serve his political needs…”

“To even the casual observer, Monday was awful for the United States and its democracy. The president’s speech was calculated to project his abject and arbitrary power, but he failed to project any of the higher emotions or leadership desperately needed in every quarter of this nation during this dire moment. And while Monday was truly horrific, no one should have been surprised. Indeed, the moment was clarifying in so many ways.”

John Allen
Retired U.S. Marine Corps four-star general
Former commander of the NATO International Security Assistance Force and U.S. Forces in Afghanistan
Full statement

Former Department of Homeland Security chief of staff: The president’s first term has been dangerously chaotic; four more years of this are unthinkable

“Like many Americans, I had hoped that Donald Trump, once in office, would soberly accept the burdens of the presidency — foremost among them the duty to keep America safe. But he did not rise to the challenge. Instead, the president has governed by whim, political calculation and self-interest.”

“I wasn’t in a position to judge how his personal deficiencies affected other important matters, such as the environment or energy policy, but when it came to national security, I witnessed the damning results firsthand.”

“It is more than a little ironic that Trump is campaigning for a second term as a law-and-order president. His first term has been dangerously chaotic. Four more years of this are unthinkable.”

Miles Taylor
Former Chief of Staff
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Full statement

Republican National Committee chairman: I cannot be silent, and I hope neither can you because we know a vote for Joe Biden is what is best for our country — because America matters

“Rather than standing up to the world’s dictators, Trump cravenly seeks the favor of thugs. Rather than fostering free enterprise, Trump embraces economic principles not only outdated in Lincoln’s time, but made even worse today by a leader who lost close to a billion dollars in a single year running a casino. Rather than seeking to build on the legacy of the Republican Party’s founders, of which Trump is surely ignorant, Trump has posited a single purpose for the GOP — the celebration of him.”

Michael Steele
Former Republican National Committee Chairman

Full statement

BYU history professor: The president has violated the laws of the United States in large ways and small ones, often with disastrous results

“These things are not ‘just politics.’  They are not incidental and harmless.  They are not ‘fake news.’  They are beyond all constitutional limits and outside of all historical precedent.  I can scroll through every President from George Washington to Barrack Obama without finding a single instance (including Watergate) of misconduct on this scale.”

“Mr. Trump has preached fear and divisiveness among the American people, then used these raw emotions to create a mindless, militant personal following.  With this private army, which believes every word he utters, he holds the Republicans of both houses under his thumb—some of them in sheer terror— thus destroying the Constitution’s single most important check and balance.  This is precisely how democracies have met their end from ancient times to the present.”

Frank W. Fox
Former professor of American History, Brigham Young University
Creator of BYU’s American Heritage Program
Author of the official biography of President J. Reuben Clark
Full statement

Christianity Today: The president is a near perfect example of a human being who is morally lost and confused

“The facts in this instance are unambiguous: The president of the United States attempted to use his political power to coerce a foreign leader to harass and discredit one of the president’s political opponents. That is not only a violation of the Constitution; more importantly, it is profoundly immoral.

The reason many are not shocked about this is that this president has dumbed down the idea of morality in his administration. He has hired and fired a number of people who are now convicted criminals.

He himself has admitted to immoral actions in business and his relationship with women, about which he remains proud. His Twitter feed alone—with its habitual string of mischaracterizations, lies, and slanders—is a near perfect example of a human being who is morally lost and confused.”

Christianity Today
Full article

Republican presidential campaign manager: We’ve never seen such a level of incompetence, a level of ineptitude so staggering

“Donald Trump has been the worst president this country has ever had. And, I don’t say that hyperbolically. He is.”

“When you listen to the President, these are the musings of an imbecile. An idiot. And I don’t use those words to name call. I use them because they are the precise words of the English language to describe his behavior. His comportment. His actions. We’ve never seen a level of incompetence, a level of ineptitude so staggering on a daily basis by anybody in the history of the country who’s ever been charged with substantial responsibilities.”

“It’s just astonishing that this man is president of the United States. The man, the con man, from New York City. Many bankruptcies, failed businesses, a reality show, that branded him as something that he never was: a successful businessman. Well, he’s the President of the United States now, and the man who said he would make the country great again. And he’s brought death, suffering, and economic collapse on truly an epic scale.”

Republican Steve Schmidt
Presidential Campaign Manager for John McCain in 2008
Full statement

LDS Republican group: The president displays the opposite of our values, weakens critical government institutions, and routinely imperils our Constitution by placing himself above the law

“President Trump is the antithesis of so much the Latter-day Saints community believes. Servant leadership, kindness, honesty, acceptance, family, and respect for all are core tenets of who we are and what we stand for.”

“Policy positions traditionally championed by Republicans are important. Supreme Court appointments are important. But so are the traditions and institutions that make America what it is: a shared dedication to a culture of civility and respect; a tradition of loyal opposition where we don’t entertain chants of ‘lock her up’; an imperative to use reason and data from trusted experts when making decisions; supporting a free press who help establish shared facts — not ‘alternative facts’ — and hold those in authority accountable; an aspiration to be a melting pot where all are created equal and in which anyone can embrace American values and thrive, versus the blood-and-soil nationalism that other nations suffer from.

Trump exploits our anxieties in the worst way — fanning division, fear, and xenophobia. He manipulates America’s problems for his personal benefit rather than inspiring us to solve them. He weakens critical government institutions and routinely imperils our Constitution by placing himself above the law.”

A group of several hundred Republican members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Full statement and petition

A group of several dozen high-ranking Republican military, diplomatic, legal, political, and intelligence officials: The president is dangerously unfit to serve another term

“Donald Trump has gravely damaged America’s role as a world leader. Trump has disgraced America’s global reputation and undermined our nation’s moral and diplomatic influence.”

“While we – like all Americans – had hoped that Donald Trump would govern wisely, he has disappointed millions of voters who put their faith in him and has demonstrated that he is dangerously unfit to serve another term.

In contrast, we believe Joe Biden has the character, experience, and temperament to lead this nation. We believe he will restore the dignity of the presidency, bring Americans together, reassert America’s role as a global leader, and inspire our nation to live up to its ideals.”

72 former high-ranking Republican military, diplomatic, legal, political, and intelligence officials who worked for Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, and Donald Trump
Full statement

Bishop: The president’s message is antithetical to the teachings of Jesus

“The President just used a Bible … and one of the churches of my diocese without permission as a backdrop for a message antithetical to the teachings of Jesus and everything our churches stand for….I am outraged.”

Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde
Episcopal Diocese of Washington
Full article

Former CIA director: The president has made outrageous assaults on truth, free press

“Until now it was not possible for me to conceive of an American president capable of such an outrageous assault on truth, a free press or the first amendment.”

Michael Hayden
Director of the Central Intelligence Agency under George Bush
Full article

1,600 former Justice Department lawyers: the President’s attorney general is using the Department of Justice to help him in the election

“We, the undersigned, are alumni of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) who have collectively served both Republican and Democratic administrations. Each of us took an oath to defend the Constitution and pursue the evenhanded administration of justice free from partisan consideration.

Many of us have spoken out in previous statements, motivated by an ongoing concern that President Trump and Attorney General Barr are weaponizing the DOJ in the service of Trump’s personal interests, thereby doing grave damage to the rule of law, to the foundational principle that the law should be applied equally to all Americans, and to the DOJ’s institutional credibility as an independent law enforcement agency.”

1600 Former Justice Department Attorneys
Full statement

Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and secretary of state: A word I’ve never had to use with any of the four presidents I’ve worked for – he lies, and gets away with it

“I think he has not been an effective president. He lies all the time. He began lying the day of inauguration, when we got into an argument about the size of the crowd that was there. People are writing books about this favorite thing of lying. And I don’t think that’s in our interest.”

“The one word I have to use — with respect to what he’s been doing for the last several years — is a word I would never have used before and I never would have used with any of the four presidents I have worked for: He lies. He lies about things. And he gets away with it, because people will not hold him accountable.”

Colin Powell
Former United States National Security Advisor
Former Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff
Former Secretary of State

200 retired generals, admirals: Our allies no longer trust or respect us, and our enemies no longer fear us

“The next president will inherit a nation – and a world – in turmoil. The current President has demonstrated he is not equal to the enormous responsibilities of his office; he cannot rise to meet challenges large or small. Thanks to his disdainful attitude and his failures, our allies no longer trust or respect us, and our enemies no longer fear us.”

“Joe Biden has the character, principles, wisdom, and leadership necessary to address a world on fire. That is why Joe Biden must be the next President of the United States; why we vigorously support his election; and why we urge our fellow citizens to do the same.”

National Security Leaders for Biden
Full statement

U.S. Army major: The president’s daily assaults on the military’s independence and integrity have debased our institutions

“Our president degrades the reputation of the men and women who have served this nation for more than 12 generations. He ignores the intelligence hard earned by career patriots, and he uses our military as props in his political campaign. Trump’s daily assaults on their independence and integrity have debased the very institutions that keep us safe.”

“George Washington ordered us to ‘guard against the impostures of pretended patriotism.’ With a president who mockingly wraps himself in the flag, those words are more relevant than ever. Our nation is calling out for military and national security veterans to step up and speak out on behalf of those currently serving, those who came before, and those who have yet to come. The oaths we took demand it.”

U.S. Army Maj. Adam DeMarco
Full statement

“Art of the Deal” co-author: The president has a stunning level of superficial knowledge and plain ignorance; lying is second nature to him

“Trump has been written about a thousand ways from Sunday, but this fundamental aspect of who he is doesn’t seem to be fully understood…and that is that it’s impossible to keep him focused on any topic, other than his own self-aggrandizement, for more than a few minutes.”

Trump has “a stunning level of superficial knowledge and plain ignorance. That’s why he so prefers TV as his first news source—information comes in easily digestible sound bites. I seriously doubt that Trump has ever read a book straight through in his adult life.”

“Lying is second nature to him. More than anyone else I have ever met, Trump has the ability to convince himself that whatever he is saying at any given moment is true, or sort of true, or at least ought to be true.”

Tony Schwartz
Co-author of Trump’s best-selling book, “The Art of the Deal”
Full article

More than 150 alums of the George W. Bush White House: We’re backing Joe Biden

“Through our advocacy, 43 Alumni for Biden seeks to unite and mobilize a community of historically Republican voters who are dismayed and disappointed by the damage done to our nation by Donald Trump’s presidency.”

Full statement

First Homeland Security Secretary: I’m voting for Biden

“Donald Trump has proven over these last four years he is incapable of such leadership. It is not within him. He lacks the empathy, integrity, intellect, and maturity to lead. He sows division along political, racial, and religious lines. And he routinely dismisses the opinions of experts who know far more about the subject at hand than he does — intelligence, military, and public health. Our country has paid dearly in lives lost, social unrest, economic hardship, and our standing in the world.”

Tom Ridge
First United States Secretary of Homeland Security under George W. Bush
Former Republican governor of Pennsylvania
Full statement

Republican senator: I’ve had enough of not getting anything done

“I’ve searched my conscience and I believe the best way forward is for change – to bring unity where there has been division. And to bring about a healing in America. It’s time for a switch. And I think it’s fine for — look, I’m a Republican. I’m not going to change my party. I’ve been a conservative Republican.

But I’ve had enough of this. I’ve had enough of the division and everything else, and not getting anything done.”

Republican Senator John Kasich

Former secretary of defense: We are witnessing the consequences of three years without mature leadership

“Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people — does not even pretend to try. Instead he tries to divide us. We are witnessing the consequences of three years of this deliberate effort. We are witnessing the consequences of three years without mature leadership. We can unite without him, drawing on the strengths inherent in our civil society. This will not be easy, as the past few days have shown, but we owe it to our fellow citizens; to past generations that bled to defend our promise; and to our children.”

James Mattis
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense
Retired Marine Corps general
Full article

Long-time conservative political observer: The president has coarsened public discourse

“This unraveling presidency began with the Crybaby-in-Chief banging his spoon on his highchair tray to protest a photograph — a photograph — showing that his inauguration crowd the day before had been smaller than the one four years previous. Since then, this weak person’s idea of a strong person, this chest-pounding advertisement of his own gnawing insecurities, this low-rent Lear raging on his Twitter-heath has proven that the phrase malignant buffoon is not an oxymoron.”

“The president’s provocations — his coarsening of public discourse that lowers the threshold for acting out by people as mentally crippled as he — do not excuse the violent few. They must be punished. He must be removed.

“What Daniel Patrick Moynihan termed ‘defining deviancy down’ now defines American politics. In 2016, voters were presented an unprecedentedly unpalatable choice: Never had both major parties offered nominees with higher disapproval than approval numbers. Voters chose what they wagered would be the lesser blight. Now, however, they have watched him govern for 40 months and more than 40 percent — slightly less than the percentage that voted for him — approve of his sordid conduct.”

George Will
Leading conservative commentator
Full article

Former national security advisor: Never before have we actually had a president tell us he won’t abide by the results of an election

“Never before, at least in our lifetimes, have we had a president who has told us he may not abide by the results of an election, has told us he may seek to delay the election, has told us he’s going to cast doubt on the legitimacy of mail-in ballots and go out of his way to make it as hard as possible for Americans to exercise their constitutional right to vote. It’s unbelievable.”

Susan Rice
Former U.S. National Security Advisor
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations

Leading conservative writer: the president is a liar, and it gets worse from there

“It’s bad to have a president who’s a liar and demagogue. It’s far more dangerous when he uses levers of executive power (as in Ukraine, DHS, USPS) to subvert the rule of law and fair elections.”

Bill Kristol
Leading conservative commentator

Senior defense intelligence analyst: the president’s approach looks like the autocrats I warned about

“I recently resigned as a senior analyst with the Defense Intelligence Agency after experiencing firsthand the actions of U.S. government leaders to suppress nonviolent dissent during the recent nationwide protests for racial justice. I was among the thousands of peaceful Black Lives Matter protesters tear-gassed in Lafayette Square and nearly knocked to the ground by the downdraft from a military helicopter hovering over Pennsylvania Avenue. In the course of my work, I have watched autocratic leaders around the world employ similar tactics, actions that often precede broader uses of violence against domestic opposition. Unidentified federal forces in cities across the United States committing abuses against demonstrators is an evolution in the Trump administration’s authoritarian approach to dissent, not an anomaly.

“I have seen up close the president’s disdain for democratic values, and recent events should be put in the context of a continuous slide toward authoritarianism.”

Each day, Trump’s approach looks more like the autocrats I warned about as an analyst.”

Kyle Murphy
Former analyst, U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency
Full statement

Financial Times: Republicans have failed to act as a check on the president, even when he is trampling the principles they claim to hold dear

“It has long been clear that the only restraints on Donald Trump’s actions are the courts and the American people. Republicans have largely failed to act as a check on the US president, even when he is traducing the principles they claim to hold dear.”

“…they are willing accomplices in Mr Trump’s backdoor efforts to make it as hard as possible for Americans to exercise their right to vote. A suppressed turnout could prove as bad as a delayed election.”

“There is no mystery as to why this is happening. Polls show Mr Trump heading for defeat. He is thus casting doubt on the election — deeming it in advance the most “fraudulent” in US history and a “coup” in the making. His efforts to muddy the waters and invalidate absentee ballots are deeply un-American. They should be repugnant to any who call themselves conservative.”

Financial Times
Full article

Foreign Policy: Trump is squandering a winning hand in Asia

“China is now actively campaigning globally against democratic norms by pointing to the United States’ disastrous response to the COVID-19 pandemic, but a recent poll by the Center for Strategic and International Studies shows that there is overwhelmingly more support across Asia for democratic norms than China’s authoritarian model. The United States has a winning hand to play in this battle over values, but Trump is squandering it by embracing dictators abroad and fueling the kind of divisive nativism at home that represents the greatest threat to democracy in Asia.”

Foreign Policy Magazine
Full article

Financial Times: A desperate president is politicizing the fight against crime

“As well as endangering people on the streets, [Trump’s policies] put the various federal agencies he is deploying in a fraught position. Their long-term credibility depends on a certain distance from politics. This tainting of the dispassionate state is not exceptional. It has already occurred at the justice department. In a sense, Mr Trump’s conduct exposes his weakness, not his strength. A president cruising to re-election would not need to do it. But it is still disturbing. If deployment of federal power in liberal cities continues until November, it really will look like campaigning by other means. Perhaps not since his election has the Trump-as-strongman theory seemed more plausible.”

Financial Times
Full article

Sitting Republican senator and former Republican presidential candidate: the president is guilty of an appalling abuse of the public trust

This verdict is ours to render. The people will judge us for how well and faithfully we fulfilled our duty. The grave question the Constitution tasks senators to answer is whether the president committed an act so extreme and egregious that it rises to the level of a “high crime and misdemeanor.”

Yes, he did.

The president asked a foreign government to investigate his political rival.

The president withheld vital military funds from that government to press it to do so.

The president delayed funds for an American ally at war with Russian invaders.

The president’s purpose was personal and political.

Accordingly, the president is guilty of an appalling abuse of the public trust.

What he did was not “perfect.” No, it was a flagrant assault on our electoral rights, our national security interests, and our fundamental values. Corrupting an election to keep oneself in office is perhaps the most abusive and destructive violation of one’s oath of office that I can imagine.

In the last several weeks, I have received numerous calls and texts. Many demand that, in their words, “I stand with the team.” I can assure you that that thought has been very much on my mind. I support a great deal of what the president has done. I have voted with him 80 percent of the time. But my promise before God to apply impartial justice required that I put my personal feelings and biases aside. Were I to ignore the evidence that has been presented, and disregard what I believe my oath and the Constitution demands of me for the sake of a partisan end, it would, I fear, expose my character to history’s rebuke and the censure of my own conscience.

Mitt Romney
Republican U.S. Senator from Utah
2016 Republican candidate for president of the United States

BYU civic engagement leader: It’s not the press – all we have to do is watch the live footage, read the tweets, hear what comes out of his own mouth

“Some have argued that Trump has just been maligned by a hostile press. No, in this case, he has done that all by himself. We don’t have to rely on news reports or opinion pieces. All we have to do is watch the live footage, read the tweets, hear what comes out of his own mouth.”

“Yes, there have been other politicians, presidents even, who have shown themselves to be deeply morally deficient. That is no reason to give this president a pass. And while others may have been pathetic philanderers, they did not exhibit the overtly misogynistic tendencies that Trump does. No, Trump stands alone here. While others may have at times ignored their moral compasses, Trump seems to have no moral compass.”

“And it is long past time for people of principle — women in particular — to stop rationalizing, pretending, deflecting, looking away. It’s time that we hold this president accountable. As the evidence continues to accumulate, not just about his degenerate trysts and payoffs, but about illegal business dealings, corruption, abuse of power, lies and more, we, the people, and certainly, we the women, must do our part and cast our votes to ensure that he is not reelected.

The moral foundation of our country depends on it.”

Sharlee Mullins Glenn
Advisory board member, Brigham Young University’s Office of Civic Engagement
Full statement

Former Republican senator: Governing by tweet is not conservative – it’s not even governing

“Some of my conservative friends will say, yes, we don’t like his behavior, but he governs as a conservative. Here, today, I will say to my fellow conservatives: Whatever else you might call the behavior I have just described, it is most assuredly not conservative. Indifference to the truth or to the careful stewardship of the institutions of American liberty is not conservative. Disregard for the separation of powers — the centerpiece of our constitutional system — is not conservative. Governing by tweet is not conservative. It’s not even governing.”

Jeff Flake
Former Republican Senator

Full statement

Republican lawmakers announce support for Biden

On the first day of the Republican National Convention, more than 20 former Republican lawmakers announced they were supporting Joe Biden:

  • New Hampshire Sen. Gordon Humphrey
  • Virginia Sen. John Warner
  • Texas Rep. Steve Bartlett
  • Pennsylvania Rep. Bill Clinger
  • Missouri Rep. Tom Coleman
  • Hawaii Rep. Charles Djou
  • Oklahoma Rep. Mickey Edwards
  • Maryland Rep. Wayne Gilchrest
  • Pennsylvania Rep. Jim Greenwood
  • South Carolina Rep. Bob Inglis
  • Arizona Rep. Jim Kolbe
  • California Rep. Steve Kuykendall
  • Illinois Rep. Ray LaHood
  • Iowa Rep. Jim Leach
  • Maryland Rep. Connie Morella
  • Mississippi Rep. Mike Parker
  • New York Rep. Jack Quinn
  • Rhode Island Rep. Claudine Schneider
  • Connecticut Rep. Christopher Shays
  • Vermont Rep. Peter Smith
  • Texas Rep. Alan Steelman
  • New York Rep. Jim Walsh
  • Virginia Rep. Bill Whitehurst
  • New Jersey Rep. Dick Zimmer

Full article

Billy Graham’s granddaughter: Why do we ignore the disrespect and misogyny being shown by our president?

“Trump has gone so far as to brag about his plans, accomplishments and unholy actions toward the marginalized communities I saw my grandfather love and serve. I now see, through the silence of church leaders, that these communities are no longer valued by individuals claiming to uphold the values my grandfather taught.”

“How did we get here? How did we, as God-fearing women, find ourselves ignoring the disrespect and misogyny being shown from our president? Why do we feel we must express our discomfort in hushed whispers in quiet corners? Are we not allowed to stand up when it feels everyone else around us is sitting down?”

Jerushah Duford
Evangelical author, speaker and granddaughter of Billy Graham

Full statement

Former secretary of commerce, former treasury secretary, and other Bush administration officials: Dignity must return to the Oval Office; elect Biden

“Over the past four years we, as a nation, have struggled with truth. Conspiracy theories have been legitimized and facts have been dismissed. The expertise of world-renowned scientists and physicians have been sidelined while the opinions of pundits have been embraced. Meanwhile, more than 170,000 Americans are dead due to this mismanaged crisis. As a nation, we have lost our moral compass.”

“The onslaught of insults and vulgarity we have witnessed in recent years must stop. Our children are watching us.”

“Joe’s kindness is sorely needed right now. He famously treats the train operator with the same dignity as his fellow senators. As former public servants, we believe that decency in government must not be allowed to die on the vine. We must take a stand and insist that it returns to the Office of the President.”

43 former Bush administration officials
Full statement

More than 350 faith leaders to back Biden for president, including many first-time endorsers

“I believe that Donald Trump must be defeated, as decisively as possible, to repudiate his many assaults on democracy, the rule of law, national unity, civil discourse and good public policy,” he told Religion News Service. “I believe his religious appeals to be appalling, superficial and essentially idolatrous, and I shudder at the way many white Christians have surrendered to them and to him.”

David Gushee
Christian author and ethicist

Full article

Hundreds of Republican voters: We can’t support Trump for president this fall

“Donald Trump is not representative of the Republican Party that I fell in love with.”

Republican Voters Against Trump

Dozens of historians of fascism and authoritarianism: democracy is either withering or in full-scale collapse globally

“Regardless of the outcome of the United States’ election, democracy as we know it is already imperiled. However, it is not too late to turn the tide.

Whether Donald J. Trump is a fascist, a post-fascist populist, an autocrat, or just a bumbling opportunist, the danger to democracy did not arrive with his presidency and goes well beyond November 3rd, 2020.

While democracy appeared to be flourishing everywhere in the years following the end of the Cold War, today it seems to be withering or in full-scale collapse globally. As scholars of twentieth century authoritarian populism, fascism, and political extremism, we believe that unless we take immediate action, democracy as we know it will continue in its frightening regression, irrespective of who wins the American presidency in early November.”

How to Keep the Lights On in Democracies: An Open Letter of Concern by Scholars of Authoritarianism
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The following are not conservative publications, but premier professional journals that have typically stayed politically neutral during their long histories.

New England Journal of Medicine: Dying in a Leadership Vacuum

“Here in the United States, our leaders have failed the [COVID-19] test. They have taken a crisis and turned it into a tragedy. The magnitude of this failure is astonishing.”

Full article

Scientific American: We’ve never backed a presidential candidate in our 175-year history—until now

Scientific American has never endorsed a presidential candidate in its 175-year history. This year we are compelled to do so. We do not do this lightly. The evidence and the science show that Donald Trump has badly damaged the U.S. and its people—because he rejects evidence and science.”

Full article

The Lancet Oncology: 2020 US election and implications for cancer care

“Biden is the only candidate to see the importance of health care as a human right that enhances society, rather than another business opportunity to enrich a small minority.”

Full article