1. Trump Supports Cutting the Defense Budget
A major no-no for conservatives with any other candidate, but for some reason no one seems to worry when Trump says it. In an interview on Meet The Press with Chuck Todd, Trump said that America can build a stronger military for cheaper, but of course he doesn't give details or evidence.
2. Trump Supports Affirmative Action
Most Republicans and certainly Conservatives would say no to discrimination on college campuses, but in an interview on Fox News Sunday, Trump said he is "fine with [affirmative action]." College campuses have been doing this for years after the Supreme Court gave the process the green light in Bakke v. California which allowed colleges to favor minorities despite the student's GPA, test scores, and other college entrance factors.
3. Trump wants to be a neutral party between Israel and Palestine
Israel has already been abandoned by Obama long enough. The President has turned his back on one of our strongest allies and the most stable democracy in the region, and Trump would be no different. At a Town Hall in South Carolina Trump said he would be a "neutral" party between Israel and Palestine. A really bad idea for the future of American foreign policy in the region. If we don't back Israel, the country no longer exists.
4. Trump Supports Socialized Healthcare
An awful idea and a one step short of a red scare for conservatives. He likes to convince voters that he has since changed his mind, but in reality, he hasn't. In an interview with Scott Pelley on 60 Minutes, Trump said Obamacare was a disaster (we can agree on one thing) and he would replace it if he becomes President, but his replacement isn't much better than Obama's "disaster." It's actually a lot worse. "I am going to take care of everybody," said Trump. "The government is going to pay for it." Trump acknowledged he might lose votes because of this idea and he should have except, he didn't.