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Nothing normal about Trump

| Friday, Nov. 17, 2017, 8:57 p.m.

What is next? Where is Congress to stop the insanity? Every day there are mixed messages from the White House. Not to mention most are just crazy.

How could folks vote for this? Any of the candidates on either side would have been better than this disgrace.

Just to reiterate, Trump has said the following: “I have the greatest temperament there is.” “If Ivanka weren't my daughter, perhaps I'd be dating her.” “I love the poorly educated.” “I have a very good brain.” “I comprehend, I think, better than almost anybody.” And he reportedly said, “Why can't we use nuclear weapons?”

I can't find the words to express how profoundly ignorant Trump is on every subject. With the verbal battle with North Korea and his ridiculous statements on recent tragedies like Puerto Rico and the Las Vegas gun massacre, it's clear that Trump doesn't have a compassionate bone in his body.

He continues to be a bully and is applauded for it. How disheartening to see that this is accepted by many. We hear about the heroics of others at these horrific events and Trump can't rise to the occasion and sincerely address these problems. He just comes up with a new noisemaker of the day to divert attention from his shortcomings. There is nothing good or normal about this person.

Frank Flori

Hempfield

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