Why the American Conservative is not endorsing Donald Trump

American Conservative Magazine is not taking a position on the presidential campaign of Donald Trump.

However, it does want to understand the candidate.

We decided not to endorse him because of the fact that he is the least qualified person to be president.

The American Conservative, which was founded in 1946, has endorsed three presidential candidates: Richard Nixon, George McGovern and Al Gore.

In the early 1990s, the magazine’s editor-in-chief, David Barton, told the New York Times that he was more impressed with Ralph Nader, the Green Party candidate for the 1996 presidential election, than with Trump.

Nader was a liberal who supported abortion rights, was a critic of US foreign policy and called for the end of the war in Iraq.

Trump was a billionaire who had repeatedly boasted about sexually assaulting women.

Trump, the real estate developer, was born to an Irish-American mother and an African-American father.

He grew up in Queens, New York, and attended the prestigious New York City boarding school known as The Donald School.

In the 1970s, Trump became a star on Broadway and became a TV star.

He appeared in dozens of TV shows, including The Trump Card, the 1981 hit musical.

He is the most successful actor of all time, having made $200 million for his portrayal of Marla Maples in the hit ABC sitcom Married…

With Children.

Nadine Strossen, a professor of American history at Princeton University, said that it is difficult to imagine a candidate of Trump’s political experience and appeal as president being elected. 

“I don’t think the American people would take a Donald Trump as their president,” Strossens told ABC News.

“I don-t think they would trust the person who ran a campaign based on lies.”

Trump’s campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, said in an email to The American Conservatives that the magazine was “committed to holding Trump accountable.”

“This is why we have taken a different approach,” he wrote.

“As we have said in the past, we have never endorsed a candidate before, and we have no intention of doing so now.” 

The American Conservatives is one of several conservative media outlets that has endorsed Trump in recent weeks, including the Weekly Standard and Breitbart News.

Trump is the latest candidate to face criticism from the American media over the course of the campaign.

Last week, Trump received a barrage of negative press after a video surfaced showing him insulting a disabled reporter, Megyn Kelly, at a campaign rally in Florida.

During the debate on Monday night, Trump said Kelly was “crazy” for asking him about his comments.