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Letter to the editor: Disagreeing with Trump supporters

Inept is my new favorite word. I admit I had to look it up in the dictionary after the UK ambassador said President Trump was “inept.” I can understand why Trump would be upset with that comment. That is Trump in a nutshell. But there is still room in that nutshell for many more adjectives.

What’s most upsetting is that the people cheering and chanting for this president are probably just like him. I’ll bet they all consider themselves good Christians. Many of their ancestors brought slaves to America and stole land from the Native Americans. And, like Trump, they didn’t fight for America. But they own it and if you disagree with them … go back to where you came from.

I was born and raised here, I fought for your freedom, and I disagree with Trump and all of his supporters. If you are a veteran and support Trump, you should be ashamed of yourself and realize that everything you have fought for means nothing.

I’m glad that most of the people in America do not feel the way Trump supporters do.

Carl Mochak

Buffalo Township

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