While the Republican presidential primary process seems to have been settled with the news Thursday that Donald Trump secured the 1,237 necessary delegates to become the Republican presidential nominee-in-waiting, the Democratic side hasn't quite been so neatly tied up.
But financial expert and national radio and television host Dan Celia, who leads Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries, says it doesn't matter which candidate you supported during "this agonizing season of primaries." The reality is that we are faced with Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton general election in November.
"Because of that reality, many need to stand back and re-evaluate their stance," he said. "But conservatives should stop foaming at the mouth, waiting for the FBI to indict Hillary Clinton. Let's wait until after the elections. My biggest fear is that she will finally step aside in July or August and we will have Joe Biden as president. I am not a conspiracy-thinking kind of person, but I said a year ago that this might be our current president's plan all along."
Celia said, instead of being preoccupied with whether or not there will be an indictment, we should instead focus on which candidate would be better for America. From a financial standpoint, he added, Trump would be better for the economy and would "bring back a strong middle class."
"Can Donald Trump beat Hillary?" he asked. "Yes! If conservatives can refocus on the differences between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. We may have some conservative moral and ethical issues with Donald Trump, but let's look long and hard at our options."
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