- The Washington Times - Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Redskins linebacker Will Compton tweeted Tuesday night that he is “officially off the Trump bandwagon.”

“Drank the Kool-Aid 4 a minute. ‘Bad judgement, and my fault’.. Something you haven’t really heard any candidate say,” he tweeted to his 30,000 followers following Mr. Trump’s Super Tuesday win, The Washington Post first reported.

“I’m officially off the Trump bandwagon. Thought I wanted him for the longest. Has yet 2 show an ounce of leadership or any quality character,” Mr. Comptonwrote.

“Honestly have a bad feeling about him. I’ve watched about everything hoping he’d come around and start to represent a great leader,” he continued. “Could give a damn about the backbone he speaks of to defend himself when questioned about it. A leader doesn’t act like this man does.”

Asked why he was on the Trump bandwagon in the first place, Mr. Compton said that he was ignorant and just knew he aligned better with Republicans.

“Was ignorant and didn’t really research. Just knew I didn’t want democrat,” he wrote, adding, “I agree with more of the Republican ideas.”

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