It's insane to me that Trump could ever let Corey go since they seemed like kindred spirits, and it's even more insane to me that Corey is apparently still loyal to Trump as he refuses to share his understanding of who Trump would be most likely to choose as a Vice President. I think that the biggest risk to Trump's campaign in all this is that he apparently thinks that his kids and their spouses can fill the void. Trump's been sitting behind desks wayyy too long. Trump may have burned any bridges he may have had with people who can think far enough ahead to be appalled by his statements and judge his character thusly, but -- for enough people to make a difference -- the game is as simple as; you're never wrong so long as you identify with the color that represents your political party. Whatever damage we normal folk perceive as having happened to Donald's reputation only make him sympathetic to his cro-magnon voting base. Any explanation we give for why Donald Trump would be a terrible president is beyond the capability of his supporters to comprehend, even if we explained using sock puppets and fingerpaints. It is such a tricky game when you present ideas, in regard to a how one would rate the character of a Presidential candidate, that are fair and even tempered. Outside of this forum of course, I think the WrestleZone forum is the most reasonable sanctuary of thought on the entire internet. I give Trump that he hasn't filed for personal bankruptcy, but that company's bearing his supposedly lucrative name have filed for bankruptcy. So he's not lying when he says that he's never filed for bankruptcy. Then again, this is honestly the only defense I can make on his behalf. He has no social etiquette, humility or decency, and yet he's the type who would immediately attack someone else for their lack of any of those qualities. Hillary is dealing with the whole e-mail thing, which from my perspective is so fucking stupid. This explanation is going to get lengthy, so I'll make it a spoiler and sum it up after; Spoiler In my line of work, I've had e-mail accounts that are designated as secret. The biggest flub you can make is to send an e-mail using that restricted account and allow that e-mail to be received by any other account that isn't restricted, though the content of that e-mail is taken into consideration when deciding how severe one should be punished. Most of the time, e-mails sent through the secret account consist of "Wings tonight?" with a response of "Can't, got the runs". Now, if John Q Poopypants up and accidentally CC'd his Aunt's Gmail account when he sent that, the US Government would laugh its ass off and assume that his explanation to his Aunt would be punishment enough. My point being; simply maintaining a private e-mail server through which you occasionally share secret or top secret information doesn't show that you can't govern effectively. She took an easy route that broke a rule, but to my knowledge didn't compromise national security. Nobody can give me any kind of tangible negative consequence of what she did except that it was a rule for her to only maintain an e-mail through a government server, and she didn't follow it. In a nutshell, there's bigger reasons to question Hillary Clinton's character. I recall Hillary being asked why she supported the Iraq War at a town hall, and her response was something along the lines of that she was really voting for increased scrutiny of Iraq's nuclear program and weapon stockpiles. Yeah, that was a bald faced lie and she likely knew it. I see myself voting for Hillary because she seems like the safer bet, the devil we know in other words. Donald would probably give me a huge raise to my paycheck if he gets elected, but while I have a lingering thread of self-worth I can't see myself helping him to be the President.