George Conway said President Trump's attacks on four minority congressional women convinced him that the president was racist.
The conservative attorney, who is married to White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, is very critical of the president, but said he was still prepared on Monday to give him the benefit of the doubts of racism.
"No matter how much I rejected him, I did not want to think that the President of the United States is a racist fanatic." But Sunday left no doubt, "he wrote for the Washington Post . "Are you calling for four non-white members of Congress ̵
Conway said that the comments in connection with the "virtual silence" of the Republicans endanger the "soul" of the nation.
"Trump is not a random, embittered person in a parking lot – he is the President of the United States. Because of his office, he speaks for the country. What is at stake now is more important than judges, tax cuts, regulations or political issues of the day. What is at stake is the ideals of the nation, their very soul, "he wrote.