KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. — First was the British prime minister, who called Donald Trump “divisive, stupid and wrong.” Then came Britain’s Parliament, which denounced him with colorful language. The French prime minister, the Turkish president and a Saudi prince also weighed in: The Republican presidential front-runner, they agreed, was a demagogue disgracing the United States.
On Thursday, Pope Francis added the strongest voice yet to a growing chorus of world leaders taking a stand against the celebrity candidate — condemning Trump’s hard-line immigration agenda and suggesting he was not a Christian because of it.
08:14 The “Two Trumps” surface in president-elect’s transition12
12:23 The Daily 202: Trump’s Midwest swing today is the unofficial kickoff of his 2020 reelection campaign9
23:45 From enemies to potential allies: How the Trump-Romney divide began to heal13
16:00 Putin just finally called Trump ‘smart,’ but it’s not entirely a compliment12