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Letter: I hope we never recover from Trump
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President Donald Trump speaks during an event in the Rose Garden at the White House to declare a national emergency in order to build a wall along the southern border, Friday, Feb. 15, 2019, in Washington. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci) - photo by Associated Press

A letter published June 5, 2019, was headlined “Recovering from Trump will take a long time.” The writer acts like he really believes that Trump’s unraveling of Obama’s surrender to the world is a bad thing. I do not!

A lot of the elites believe that America is the source of many of the world’s problems and that we need to apologize for saving the world from being ruled by Hitler’s Germany, Mussolini’s Italy and Tojo’s Japan. I do not!

The writer points to Trump’s “noted deficiencies,” “limited emotional stability and intellectual capacity” and accuses him of bullying, intimidating, making unilateral decisions, stiffing contractors and creditors and “scamming those he sucked into his orbit.” Do you believe that the writer claims to be an “independent observer?” I do not!

The writer goes on to say “It is clearly evident that Trump operatives cooperated with the Russians regarding the 2016 election in many ways, at many times.” Really? Nineteen Hillary-supporting lawyers decided that this was not true after two years of digging. Where is the writer’s proof of what he says?

The writer calls Trump a “cheater, totally in keeping with his deficient personality.” This letter smells like it was written by one of the elites who might be teaching young Americans the kind of trash he is throwing at Trump.He hasn’t realized yet that the Intolerables elected Trump to change the direction that Obama, Hillary and the Democrats were taking the country.

From my viewpoint, I hope that Trump will stay the course against the people who will say and do anything to try to keep him from disrupting their view of America’s place in the world.

Jim Waldrep


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