Republicans for Clinton: Donald Gregg Endorsement

Retired U. S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Brent Scowcroft.
Retired U. S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Brent Scowcroft.

Another Bush administration endorsement for Hillary Clinton has further muddied the waters in this year’s unpredictable race for president. Former national security advisor under George HW Bush during his time as vice president, Donald P. Gregg says he is going to vote for Clinton.

He stated the he believes that Clinton will make an “extremely good president.”

“We now have a person at the top of the Republican ticket who I believe is dangerous, doesn’t understand the complex world we live in, doesn’t care to, and is without any moral or international philosophy,” Gregg said about Donald Trump.

“I’ve met Hillary Clinton a number of times and followed her career in public service. I’m impressed with her knowledge and experience. She would make an extremely good president.”

Gregg, who is 88, served for six years as Bush’s national security advisor. He was also part of the Reagan administration for eight years. From 1989 until 1993 he also served as the US ambassador to South Korea.

George HW Bush has also said he will cast his vote for Clinton come November. Brent Scowcroft, Bush’s national security advisor while Bush was president has also stated that he will vote for Clinton. He joins several national security personalities in support of Clinton, from both Bush administrations.

Gail Nussbaum

Gail Nussbaum has been involved in politics and diplomacy for over 15 years. Her interest in foreign relations, economics and budget policy has led her to her position as fiscal policy writer at Left Justified. Gail can be contacted at gailnussbaum(at)

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