GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump evidently thinks he’s sewn up the vote of guys like Todd Dunn.
Dunn is a white, blue-collar veteran who earned multiple medals while serving in the First Gulf War.
He’s for Hillary Clinton, Trump’s Democratic opponent.
“In the military, we said you are only as good as the people you surround yourself with,” remembered Dunn, 46, from Louisville. “I would not want people like him around me for the simple fact that he is not credible.”
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump’s hesitancy to rebuke forthrightly his white supremacist supporters is hardly news.
But the Kentucky Democratic Party is out with a news release claiming Gov. Matt Bevin, who is in Trump’s corner, has yet to denounce virulently racist Facebook posts by Republican House candidate Dan Johnson.