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Letter to the editor: Donald Trump as prince

As the Christian world celebrates the resurrection of the Prince of Peace, our country is in the grip of a different kind of prince.

This prince has waged war against anything Obama, United Nations, NATO, Muslims, immigrants, environment and the rule of law. He has slashed vehicle fuel efficiency regulations; eliminated regulations to allow old coal cropping to restart; threatened to allow uranium mining next to the Grand Canyon; weakened NATO by questioning the need for the U.S. to defend any NATO nation under attack; blamed Muslims for terrorist attacks and barred some from entering the country; separated parents from their children and placed them in cage-like facilities, and sent many to other areas where the government was not able to locate them to reunite them with their parents; and refused to abide by the rule of law that is embodied in our Constitution.

It is time for this prince to enter a kingdom in another very remote land.

Richard P. Davis

Saltlick


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