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Letter to the editor: Reschenthaler on Trump

For several weeks I’ve tried, unsuccessfully, to learn freshman Congressman Guy Reschenthaler’s view’s on Trump’s insults of the late Sen. John McCain, then on the president’s actions as found in the Mueller report, and recently on how he feels about the statement from more than 800 former federal that Trump should be charged with obstruction of justice.

All I want to know is, does the congressman condemn or condone Trump’s behavior? His silence says it’s the latter.

I’m thinking that my questions, if applied to President Obama, would have Reschenthaler and staff all over it and with unbridled enthusiasm.

After less than six months in office Reschenthaler has established himself as a Trump sycophant. Can you say toady?

Glenn R. Plummer

Unity


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