WASHINGTON (AP) —   A Republican congressman from New York says he will vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton in November.

Richard Hanna asked, in an op-ed published in The Post-Standard newspaper of Syracuse, New York, "where do we draw the line," responding to Donald Trump's attack on the parents of a slain Muslim-American soldier.

"He is unfit to serve our party and cannot lead this country," Hanna said. "He is unrepentant in all things."

While he noted that he disagrees with Clinton on many issues, he concluded that she "has stood for causes bigger than herself for a lifetime."

Hanna doesn't have to worry about a backlash from Republican voters for supporting Clinton. He's not seeking re-election.