Is Trump “Morally Unfit” to Be President? Not if Americans Can’t Agree on What’s Good and Bad.

For The Washington Post, R. Marie Griffith, director of the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics, writes that Americans wildly diverge in what they consider to be moral behavior. Determining President Trump’s “moral fitness”, in turn, is limited by the absence of a consensus of what is right or wrong. “Studying these battles together shows that Americans have a core disagreement about women’s equality with men, and the significance of sexual behavior, that has deepened over the past century,” Griffith writes. “There is an overarching divide between opposing views about the very meaning of morality.”

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