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John Kerry: ‘Our Democracy Might Not Be Able to Survive 4 More Years of Donald Trump’

"I'm worried about the state of our democracy under Donald Trump," Kerry wrote in a DNC fundraising email sent on Wednesday.

By NTK Staff | 01.30.2019 @2:00pm
John Kerry: ‘Our Democracy Might Not Be Able to Survive 4 More Years of Donald Trump’

Former Secretary of State and failed Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry said that “our democracy might not be able to survive four more years of Donald Trump” in a fundraising email to supporters of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) on Wednesday.

“I’m worried about the state of our democracy under Donald Trump,” Kerry wrote. “This president’s complete disregard for diplomacy has embarrassed our nation on the world stage and he’s weakened the very foundation of our democracy.”

Kerry then accused Trump of dividing Americans at home and isolating America from the rest of the world.

“Our democracy might not be able to survive four more years of Donald Trump, and the only course of action that will be able to stop this international chaos from continuing is to win seats across the country this year and elect a Democrat to the White House in 2020,” Kerry wrote.

Kerry then asked people to “contribute $3 before tomorrow’s deadline if you’re as committed as I am to defeating Trump and the GOP in 2020.”

“We cannot stand by and let this president undermine America’s leadership,” Kerry concluded. “We have to take action right now. Democratic victories in 2020 will depend heavily on whether Democrats can hit their January fundraising goal, which is why I hope you’ll step up today.”

These comments by Kerry come just days after he advocated for Trump to resign from office while speaking on a CNBC panel at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

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