Neither would I. He has been complicit in the rise of fascism in America, and abetted its takeover of the Republican Party - which he then maintained allegiance to, and has overtly and publicly endorsed in its current configuration and behavior. But as we see from history and multiple examples worldwide that complicity in fascism is more often cowardice than anything else - cowardice and racial bigotry, of course, but that second factor is more of a built in universal in the US - the label of "terrible" does not automatically apply. Does such complicity make him a "terrible person"? Depends on one's definition. How "terrible" is it to be a coward on that level? Or to repeat: You guess wrong, as always. Why not read my posts, instead? I disapprove of fascism and those who support it, back it, or fail to oppose it when it's their duty as citizens. That the Republican Party has fallen victim to fascism is just a circumstance. That one therefore cannot be decent, honorable, and honest, within the Republican Party is likewise then merely circumstantial. That seems to be enough, anyway. Getting the basic facts of physical reality straight is a full time job, when dealing with the current state of US politics.