Colin Powell, on Sunday were the last notable Republicans and former military leaders worried about President Donald Trump to express and said that, instead, for Joe Biden vote in November. Former US Secretary of State said that last week showed the US troops active service threat against demonstrators to use Trump was “expelled” from the US Constitution. “And ‘the candidate, and I will vote for him,” Powell, perhaps the most important black Republican in the US, Biden told CNN’s “State of the Union”. Powell, 83, was the top diplomat under Republican President George W. Bush and before that as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and served as Director of Homeland Security. It joins in criticizing a number of military in the first floor board, as well as current and former legislators Trump, though not all have said they will vote for Biden. Powell also said he did not vote for Trump in 2016. Senator Mitt Romney Utah, an antagonist long-term Trump, suggested in November in the name write to his wife. The New York Times reported that Cindy McCain, the widow of Republican Sen. John McCain is likely to vote for Biden. Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska said last week is to support them “fight” Trump. And former President George W. Bush and his brother Jeb, the former governor of Florida, are other potential voters Biden. Broad critical Powell on Sunday for a wide Trump critical approach to the military, a foreign policy that he said was caused “contempt” abroad, and a president has interpreted as an attempt to accumulate too much power. “We have a Constitution and we must follow the constitution, and the president has turned away from it,” Powell said. Trump also said, “lies about things.” Trump responded quickly on Twitter, mocking and Powell, the retired general with four stars “a real stiff” that the United States in a war after September 11, 2001. The President was calling the terrorist attacks against the United States followed Powell called “highly highly enough”, and runs its own policies. Also on Friday, Trump said support any candidate “good or bad”, against Murkowski in 2022 than it is for re-election this year. “If you have a pulse, I am with you,” the president wrote on twitter. Trump threatened to use troops against demonstrators critics have high profile from several former members of his government, including former Defense Minister Jim Mattis and former Chief John Kelly. Mattis said in a statement on Wednesday that Trump has abused his power by force against peaceful protesters was evacuated as a park in front of the White House before President op a photo in a nearby church damaged set for arson scene. “We refuse to have and to hold those in office account, which makes a mockery of our Constitution would be,” the former defense minister and former commander of the Marine Corps said. Murkowsi told reporters that Mattis critique of Trump was “necessary and overdue.” More than a week has been held by demonstrations against police brutality in the United States, initially, they have turned violent in some cities that usually has recently been peaceful. Trump on Sunday ordered the retreat from Washington National Guard to begin. Constitutional restrictions Powell said Trump chains understand requirements and ‘included in the Constitution of the United States. He urged members to intensify the Congress, and said, say that he was “proud” of his former military colleagues against Trump. Powell also said he would speak “very close” Biden on social and political issues and for him during the campaign. If at all, they are often unknown whose political setting – – Continue Trump on Sunday shows political speech criticizing a number of other former soldiers. “Many of us, the use of military actively looked peaceful protesters from Lafayette Square and rang service to clear echoes of what the founders feared more than anything else was the use of the active duty armed military personnel against civilians” he said retired Admiral James Stavridis told NBC’s “Meet the Press.” A “full range” of former military chief “jumped and felt that the service active shock troops to observe clear peaceful protesters. Wrong answer,” said Stavridis, former NATO supreme commander. Stavridis is an opinion columnist for Bloomberg. “Our military should never fight, be called to our people as enemies of the state. And frankly has really flipped me,” he said in Admiral retired Mike Mullen, former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, auf, Fox News said on Sunday ‘. Mullen delete a widely cited essay for The Atlantic magazine’s decision last week criticized the members of the National Guard and other security personnel to use Lafayette Square near the White House last week. Others who have recently reported include the word Navy Admiral William McRaven board, director of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. It “is not morally right” was to clarify the decision peaceful demonstrators, he said. -With the help of Tony Czuczka.