Trump always has someone else to blame for his own poor judgement. After he asked Vladimir Putin to hack Hillary's campaign, he blamed the press and said he was “being sarcastic.” When Trump incorrectly said that Russia hadn't annexed Crimea, he blamed the interviewer. And of course after he perpetrated a racist lie about President Obama's birth certificate, he somehow blamed Hillary Clinton.
He has a long history of blaming other people when things don’t go well. After he took a dive in the polls, he falsely accused a Colorado fire marshal of sabatoging his rally even though moments before that rally, the same fire department rescued him from a broken elevator (really). Trump said the fire marshal “didn't know what he was doing” and “was probably a Democrat.”
Maybe he has ties to foreign businesses. Maybe he’s a terrible businessman and has lost billions of dollars. Or maybe he just doesn’t pay his taxes. Regardless, he says he can’t release his taxes because the IRS is auditing him. But the IRS says that’s not true.
Even papers that have never endorsed a Democrat, like The Arizona Republic and The San Diego Union-Tribune, have turned against Trump.
He has made veiled death threats against Hillary Clinton and called for her to be “locked up.” He doesn’t even know what’s in the U.S. Constitution. When a member of Congress asked him about Article One, which defines congressional powers, he said, “I am going to abide by the Constitution whether it’s number one, number two, number 12, number nine.” The Constitution has seven articles.