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Letter to the editor: Crazy Trump world

Are we living in some crazy alternate world? In a time when Americans are so easily conned by a wannabe autocrat, Republicans follow lock-step President Trump’s behavior of lies.

Republicans professed themselves as the “Christian group,” strong morality. Now these same folks support Trump’s racist and, yes, anti-Christian ideas. In a con, people rarely realize they have become the “mark” of that con.

Consider Trump’s traits that he displays daily: not taking responsibility for his actions, needing to be the center of attention, never admitting he is wrong, unaware of how he affects others, name-calling, enjoys aggravating others, can’t take criticism, sore loser, picking fights. These are traits of preadolescence. That’s right, our country is being run by someone with traits of a 10-year-old. That explains why he often seems to be winging it when he speaks.

Consider your vote when the time comes. If you vote for an amoral person, how can you claim you are moral? There is no way to reconcile the two.

As for obstruction of justice, Trump’s illegal acts are clear in Robert Mueller’s report. Download it and read it as I have. It tells it all.

Frank Flori

Hempfield


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