Anyone who has read my editorials on Donald Trump knows I am not really a big fan. And that is puting it mildly.

But lets take a step back.

When The Art of the Deal was published, I was one of the first people in line to buy the book and it was one of only two books I read in one day (the other one was Irwin Allen’s The Towering Inferno). Yes, I clearly have a thing for skyscrapers and those who build them.

But I also have a thing for good leaders, the people who inspire everyone they represent to do better, and to succeed without hurting the less fortunate.

Donald Trump got me early on, when I believed he was just a capitalist with a desire to win. That’s all great. But now, I see that his desire to win lacks two things: He doesn’t care if he makes the least fortunate lose so he can win, and in fact, he relishes the suffering of others who may prevent him from winning.

That would all be somewhat acceptable for a real estate developer, but this man is now the President of the United States and that is completely unacceptable.