Why is it that liberals are so reluctant to criticize Donald Trump?

By now, we all know that Trump’s behavior and rhetoric is a source of outrage.

But it’s also true that he has had many enemies in his life.

His daughter Ivanka has been a target, as has his brother, Jared.

The president’s longtime business partner, Anthony Scaramucci, is on the outs with the New York Times.

And Trump’s chief of staff, Reince Priebus, is under fire for allegedly trying to undermine the president’s agenda.

All this is to say that a lot of people have tried to defend Trump, but in the end they have largely been criticized for being too timid in their condemnation.

In a new piece in The American Thinker, journalist and former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, author of the forthcoming book How Trump Won, argues that there are good reasons for this.

The first is that many liberals have been too timid to criticize the president.

They’re afraid to do so, he writes.

Trump is not the enemy, they’re afraid.

Trump’s actions are not evil, they are good.

He is, by any standard, a successful businessman, a strong leader, a true friend, and a leader with whom one can make deals.

Giuliani notes that liberals tend to focus on Trump’s business ventures rather than the problems he is responsible for.

They are too busy focusing on the problem of climate change, they say.

But this is just not true.

Climate change is a serious problem, and the world is in danger.

People in power are not doing anything about it.

They aren’t making the decisions that are necessary to save lives and to preserve our planet.

They have not been able to stop the ravages of climate denial, and they certainly haven’t been able prevent the deaths of thousands of people, hundreds of thousands, as a result of it.

If they had, they would be facing serious consequences.

That is the first reason why Trump is a bad president.

Trump did not start this catastrophe.

There is no way he could have.

But if you are looking for a way to fix it, look no further than a president who was not born in the United States.