Both [Ed] Holliday and [June] Geddie said the GOP must unify in order to prevent a Hillary Clinton presidency.
Even so, Holliday believes Trump is “not a deep down conservative.”
However, Trump’s stances toward the nomination of U.S. Supreme Court justices, domestic and international security and the economy have earned Holliday’s vote.
“You look at where Trump stands on these three things and I have no trouble getting behind Trump,” Holliday said.
Geddie said Trump has shortcomings but remains a strong candidate.