Rep. Gallego (D-AZ) thinks there's more than evidence to suggest that there's something not quite right mentally with Donald Trump, and that he's unfit for the presidency.
Source: KTAR, Phoenix
For the second time in less than a week, U.S. Rep Ruben Gallego of Arizona questioned Donald Trump’s character and ability to run the country, this time calling him “unfit” and “mentally unstable.”
Gallego (D-Ariz.) told CNN on Tuesday morning that the GOP nominee for president was “unstable, he’s unfit to be a presidential candidate.”
The Arizona congressman’s remarks came a day after many Republican politicians took Trump to task for an angry tweet directed toward a Muslim family whose son died fighting for the U.S. in 2004.
“I want to keep this country safe and somebody like Donald Trump is unstable. He doesn’t understand the military … he clearly doesn’t have the temperament to be president of the United States,” Gallego said in the TV interview.
“This man is unstable, he is unfit to be a presidential candidate. … I do believe he’s mentally unstable,” Gallego, who served in the Marines, said. “Who in their right mind would attack a Gold Star family?”