Reason 1: I do not trust him and regard his bluster about “representing traditional family values” to be repellent.
I don’t believe the falsehood he’s told (and gotten his daughter to tell for him)—namely, that the story of his demanding his wife talk about divorce while she was in hospital recovering from cancer surgery is false.
The fact is, his first wife documented the story in the WaPo on January 3, 1985:
He walked out in the spring of 1980 and I returned to Georgia. By September, I went into the hospital for my third surgery. The two girls came to see me, and said Daddy is downstairs and could he come up? When he got there, he wanted to discuss the terms of the divorce while I was...READ MORE