Tyler Childw-Derd: My ‘Un-American’ Dad Says He Would Be “Slightly Disappointed” if He Had Had a Child with the Trump Administration

By tyler Childs-Deed / FortuneTyler ChildWerd, the son of a former US President, has been speaking out about his father’s “un-American” comments.

In a Facebook post on Wednesday, Childwerd wrote that he has been “a little surprised” that his father has been elected President of the United States, and is not aware of any other person in the world who could have been president.

“I do not see how this could be a bad thing.

My father is the most intelligent, intelligent person I have ever met, and I have been privileged to know him, and know his views,” he wrote.

“But I do not want to be his president.

My grandfather, a Confederate soldier, was a slave owner and slave trader.”

The post has been shared more than 3,000 times since it was posted on Wednesday morning.

“I have never thought of myself as being racist, but I am,” Childward wrote.

“There is a difference between having opinions and being racist,” he continued.

“My dad has been an avid supporter of the Republican Party, but that does not mean he is racist, and he has said things I have never said.

My dad, as an American, has the right to express his views.

I would be slightly disappointed if he had a child with the next president.””

My father has always had a different opinion on a lot of issues,” ChildsDeed continued.

“‘Un-America’ does not apply to my dad.”‘

He would be mildly disappointed if the next administration had a son’Childward was referring to his father, former President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who was an early supporter of Trump.

“He would not be mildly surprised if the US were to adopt a new breed of baby in a new generation of people, in a second wave of immigration, as he did with African-Americans during the civil rights era,” ChildWard wrote in his Facebook post.

“That is what my father said.”

A new poll from the Pew Research Center released Thursday showed that Trump is currently the most unpopular President in the country, with a disapproval rating of 59 percent, down from 67 percent last week.

Trump’s approval rating is also down sharply from last week’s record high of 71 percent.

A Gallup poll released Wednesday found that just over two-thirds of Americans think that Trump has the “right” or “very right” attitude toward the US Constitution.

The poll also found that the most popular opinion among Trump supporters was that the President “will stand up for American interests abroad.”