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Letter to the editor: Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer may be job hunting soon

The Democratic Party still cannot accept the fact that they lost the 2016 election, and they continue to harass and attack President Trump. They had pinned their hopes on the Mueller report exposing “collusion,” but after 2½ years and more than $30 million, they have nothing. They also attack Attorney General Barr to try and discredit him, because they are afraid that his investigations into spying on the Trump campaign will result in the prosecution of many. 

Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer are an embarrassment, and I am sure that the world is laughing at us. They question the president’s mental health, but all one has to do is listen to them. Their hypocrisy is amazing.

Don’t they realize that most of America is tired of partisan politics? They should be working for us, not for themselves. They continue to ask for Trump’s tax returns, which many of us don’t care about. If there are any tax returns I want to see, it’s those of the people who have been in Congress for years. It’s all about political power.

If they continue along this path they will be job hunting after the 2020 elections.

Leonard V. Stanga


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