Feinstein: Nature of Trump’s Temperament Is ‘Deeply Frightening’

Friday on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) said she has “deep concerns”  about the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s temperament when “he strikes out,” which the California Senator said was “deeply frightening.”

Feinstein said, “Hillary is best when you talk to her about a specific issue. I would hope that she would begin put these speeches framework of what she intends to do. What’s my deep concern about Donald Trump is by nature of his temperament. Any time he does not like what ever that’s said, he strikes out and he strikes out — it is really in a sense deeply frightening. I think Hillary’s calm and rational and positive and demeanor increasingly is going to contrast with the wild eye allegations with sewing the seeds of decent and a vision within the American public. Hillary is a uniter and not a divider. Donald Trump is a divider — Mexicans are rapists and criminals and no Muslims in the country.  A Mexican judge is biassed because he’s Mexican. He’s not Mexican. He’s American it is a real problem in terms of separating the pluses of Hillary and the cons of Trump. The more she does, which she did last night and puts it more in a concept of domestic agenda that’s positive as well as foreign policy.”

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