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Letter to the editor: Reasons to be ‘proud’ of Trump

OK, I get it. All along I thought these people liked President Trump. I can see that all they wanted was a Republican in the White House. It does not matter what he says or does, he beat Hillary. Whoopee!

He can disrespect veteran heroes, Gold Star Families and the handicapped, and care more about North Korea, Russia and mainly his bank account than he does Americans. But that’s OK, he’s a Republican. The most disrespectful president ever, I might add.

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, and if you disagree with me, I will not stoop so low as to get into name-calling, like Trump and some of his supporters. That is just childish. I am much more mature than that.

You can be proud of Trump this month. He not only knows more than the military generals; he also knows more about hurricanes than the National Weather Service. He can predict the direction of a hurricane and draw up his own map. But it’s just fake news, and the Democrats are to blame. And I guess Trump holding the hurricane direction map was Photoshopped. Who knows?

Carl Mochak

Buffalo Township


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