It started with hate-filled speeches, moved on to threaten our international allies, and is now threatening to overturn the rule of law in America, but the Donald Trump presidential train shows no sign of stopping.
With his attacks on first amendment rights guaranteeing free speech, threats to overturn freedom of religion and contempt of due process, many fear Trump is preparing not for a presidency, but an authoritarian regime.
In his latest attack on the constitution, Trump attacked Federal District Court Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel, who is in charge of two class action lawsuits against the infamous Trump University.
After Curiel ordered damaging documents open to the public, Trump attacked the federal judge in print accusing him of bias because of his race, saying his Mexican heritage was a conflict of interest and he should recuse himself, reports the New Yorker.
"They ought to look into Judge Curiel, because what Judge Curiel is doing is a total disgrace. O.K.? But we will come back in November. Wouldn't that be wild if I am president and come back and do a civil case?"