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Clinton shot herself in the foot

| Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016, 5:45 p.m.

Finally it's over. The peace-loving liberals are bent out of shape because the election didn't go their way. Now they are rioting, destroying property and hurting police officers.

I'm not a Donald Trump fan. Oh, how I wanted it to be Dr. Ben Carson. Hillary Clinton is a crook and a chronic liar. She shot herself in the foot when she told the West Virginia coal miners that she is going to close all mines. Is it any wonder why she lost Pennsylvania and West Virginia?

Clinton also said to a woman's group that it's time for churches to change their doctrines. Who made her pope?

I like a lot of the ideas of Trump: low taxes, border security (the wall), strong military, sending illegal aliens back to Mexico.

There are some I don't like. His personality and behavior are as repulsive as President Johnson's.

Trump's dirty talk to women was horrible. I understand why a lot of women did not like him. So why did Hillary hire rapper Jay Z to do a concert? Did you hear the filthy words toward women in his songs? There wasn't one woman in the audience who wasn't angry. CNN and MSNBC never talked about it. If Trump said those words, the media would have hanged him. Hillary got a free pass.

I'm going to do what I always do — pray for our president and his Cabinet. I'll ask God to protect, to give him wisdom and to protect our Constitution and country.

Stop the rioting and tell George Soros you don't want to be part of his “rent a mob.” He only pays minimum wage and no benefits.

Mark Sarver

Harrison Township

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