Active President Donald Trump has left America more separated than any time in recent memory and the nation's standing under his administration has been harmed on the global stage which will take a very long time to fix, says a powerful Indian-American Sikh pioneer.
"This is a majority rule government at work, on the two sides. Regardless of whether Democrat or Republican... individuals are energized and need to stand up. The political race's noteworthy turnout implies individuals are ravenous to change the norm on the two sides.
"We are more energized and separated than I have ever observed being an American for a very long time. I accept individuals do mind who will speak to them, particularly in occasions such as the COVID-19 pandemic," Indiana-based Gurinder Singh Khalsa told PTI.
A beneficiary of the esteemed Rosa Parks Trailblazer Award in acknowledgment of his endeavors in changing the Transportation Security Administration's arrangement with respect to turbans, 46-year-old Khalsa, however an individual from Republican faction, didn't decide in favor of Trump in this political decision or in 2016.
"I don't think he is ethically or morally fit to be president, particularly the head of the free world. I came to America by decision; for poise and regard. Unexpectedly as an American, I have felt tested on those qualities," he said.
In spite of the fact that he is frustrated with the present status of undertakings of the Republican Party, Mr Khalsa said he has no arrangement on leaving the GOP.
"I don't think the issues exist in the gathering. It is those like Trump who have contorted the establishment of being a Republican," he said.