The Washington Post’s editorial board is endorsing the Republican nominee for president in the general election.
But the board says Trump’s business record makes it unlikely he will be able to win.
“While Mr. Trump has been a prominent business consultant and has served on the boards of a number of high-profile companies, his record of public service is not inspiring,” the board writes in an opinion article published on Thursday.
“He has not demonstrated the ability to lead the nation, or to take on the daunting task of protecting America’s vital interests and freedoms.
The choice before us is between a businessman with an excellent record and a reckless one who is reckless in his dealings with the public.”
It is the latest in a series of public criticisms of Trump.
During his 2016 presidential run, Trump was accused of violating a federal law that bars political candidates from accepting campaign donations.
He was also accused of using the presidency to enrich himself.
In an interview with CNN on Friday, Trump said he has made millions of dollars over the years by selling his assets and is making a profit from the deals.
But the president said he would not profit from his presidency, even if he had a profitable one.
Trump has said he will not release his tax returns, which would give the public a better idea of how much he made from his businesses.
He has said the information will be released to the public in 2020.
And his personal attorney, Michael Cohen, said during an appearance on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Friday that he does not know whether Trump has a conflict of interest related to his presidency.
Trump’s campaign has disputed the editorial board’s endorsement.
Trump has been endorsed by the business consulting firm Bain Capital.
In the past, the president has also received support from the conservative Heritage Foundation and the American Enterprise Institute, both of which have criticized his handling of the opioid crisis.
Trump did not immediately respond to a request for comment.