The NY Daily News just printed a 7,900 word 14 part editorial as to why Trump not only had to lose the election but lose it in a landslide. Each part goes into his spectacular unfitness for office and are entitled “TRUMP THE DEMAGOGUE,” “TRUMP THE FRAUDSTER,” “TRUMP THE HEAD CASE,” “TRUMP THE FAKE PHILANTHROPIST,” “TRUMP THE LIAR,” “TRUMP THE FLIP-FLOPPER,” “TRUMP THE IGNORAMUS,” “TRUMP THE CONSPIRACY THEORIST,” “TRUMP THE TAX EVADER,” “TRUMP THE DIVIDER,” “TRUMP THE AUTHORITARIAN,” “TRUMP THE SECURITY RISK,” “TRUMP THE MISOGYNIST” and, finally, “TRUMP THE ENEMY OF DEMOCRACY.”
And naturally the main evidence against him comes from his own words and deeds. Summed up in the last chapter "Trump, The Enemy of Democracy
"About whether or not he’ll accept the will of the voters expressed at the polls, Trump told the nation, “I’ll keep you in suspense” — the most direct challenge to the orderly transfer of power modern America has ever seen.
Spitting paranoia, dripping with sore-loser petulance, Trump has stoked the fury of the mob in some of his supporters.
A Milwaukee sheriff urged insurrection with the words, “Pitchforks and torches time.”
In North Carolina, Trump ralliers seriously beat a protester.
In Kansas, the FBI busted a militia called the Crusaders for allegedly plotting mass-casualty attacks on Muslims, with one of the accused plotters writing on Facebook, “I personally back Donald Trump.”
In Arizona, the Republic newspaper and its staff were bombarded with death threats after endorsing Clinton.
Donald Trump is ending his campaign in an ever more inflammatory and destructive assault on American democracy. The end of his presidential dreams must come under an avalanche of anti-Trump votes on Nov. 8."
But there are other fine examples there like under Trump the Fraudster
"Most notorious of all: Trump University.
Launched in 2005, the venture promised that Trump’s hand-picked instructors would teach students the master’s real estate investing secrets.
“At Trump University, we teach success,” Trump pledged in a promotional video. “It’s going to happen to you.”
In fact, many of Trump University’s supposed experts had little to no real estate experience, had never met Trump and failed to deliver the promised education.
Still more, the venture defied New York State orders to stop illegally using the word “university” in its name.
Thousands of enrollees are suing after paying from $20,000 to $60,000 for courses that proved worthless to them. In court, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has labeled Trump University a fraud."
or Trump the Divider
Most appalling, for five years, in tweet after tweet and interview after interview, Trump proudly led the so-called birther movement that attempted to destroy the legitimacy of America’s first black President by claiming that Obama had actually been born in Kenya.
Trump persisted even after Obama in 2011 produced a long-form certificate proving his birth in Hawaii.
In May 2012, Trump told CNN, “A lot of people do not think it was an authentic certificate.”
In August 2012, Trump called the certificate “a fraud,” attributing the assertion to an “extremely credible source.”
In August 2013, on ABC News, he mused: “Was it a birth certificate? You tell me. Some people say that was not his birth certificate. Maybe it was, maybe it wasn’t.”
And so on and so forth up until Trump’s campaign advisers forced him into a no-apology admission in September: “President Barack Obama was born in the United States — period.”
He accompanied that statement with an all-time Trumpian claim that he had done a public service by prompting Obama to release his birth certificate, plus with a flight into demagoguery: Hillary Clinton had started birtherism.
Hitting the nail on the head all the time.
Oh and if our favorite rightees wish to dispute fine. But to save what is left of your credibility, try addresses the facts, not the usual alt right claims of the biased media, because we have The Donald's words and deeds before us.