Friday, October 14, 2016 - Today marks the one week anniversary of Donald Trump’s horrific comments bragging about sexually assaulting and preying on married women. Since that time nine women from all walks of life —two Miss America contestants, an “Apprentice” contestant, former employees and business vendors, and strangers he encountered in a club and on an airplane—have come forward alleging Donald Trump sexually assaulted them stretching over a period of decades.
This election is no longer simply about policies. It’s about who we are as Americans. We are now less than a month away from having a sexual predator on the ballot for the White House.
Senator Isakson’s continued endorsement of Donald Trump should call into question his judgement and his willingness to put party and himself above Georgia’s voters.