CNN's Fareed Zakaria conveyed an enthusiastic monolog Sunday, in which he underlined why he would not vote in favor of Donald Trump on November 8.
Zakaria has made no mystery in the past of his restriction to the Republican presidential hopeful, however, he accentuated in an opinion piece for The Washington Post and on his show "GPS" that he needed to clarify "one final time why Donald Trump is worth unique consideration."
"I am not an exceptionally divided individual. I have seeds that are left of focus, however, others that are a preservationist," Zakaria said.
"I have a favorable opinion of numerous Republican government officials, including the last two GOP presidential candidates, John McCain and Mitt Romney, both of whom are decent men and would have been great presidents."
"Donald Trump is distinctive," Zakaria said.
"Not on account of he is unpalatable, tasteless and profane, or that his business dealings indicate him to be a trick craftsman. He is diverse due to what he accepts."
Zakaria demanded that Trump's perspectives on arrangement issues, from standardized savings to assessments, were "questionable" and just "impressions of what he supposes his supporters need to listen."
Rather, he said, voters ought to take a gander at his past with a specific end goal to comprehend his actual convictions, qualities, and impulses.
Referencing Trump's years as a property designer and his treatment of "The Central Park Five," Zakaria censured what he called Trump's history of "prejudice."
"Trump appears to accept profoundly in ethnic generalizations," he said.
Likewise, Zakaria proceeded with, Trump has "additionally dependably been a protectionist."
"The consistent idea is that Trump rushes to tell Americans confronting financial hardship that they ought to accuse their issues of nonnatives," Zakaria said.
The CNN stay additionally condemned Trump's state of mind and conduct toward ladies.
"He has said and done many things more than 30 years that affirm this belittling perspective of ladies - in meetings with Howard Stern, amid his responsibility for Miss Universe show, when depicting working ladies and while debating female competitors like Carly Fiorina and Hillary Clinton," he said.
Furthermore, Zakaria said, Trump has "disdain for a large number of the establishments of liberal vote based system," from banning Muslims from entering America to debilitating to prison his adversary in the event that he is chosen.
"Donald Trump is not an ordinary hopeful. He is a malignancy on American majority rules system," Zakaria finished up.
"Furthermore, that is the reason I will vote for him next Tuesday."