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Letter to the editor: Trump is the disgrace

Donald Trump says House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is a evil and a disgrace. A true pot calling the kettle black.

Trump says he hates the word impeachment and calls it a “dirty, filthy word.” How does he think I, and many Americans, feel? We think Trump is the most evil, dirty, filthy individual to ever disgrace the Oval Office, the American presidency and our country.

Trump continues to insult the late Sen. John McCain, a true American hero and patriot, who fought in Vietnam and was a prison of war while Trump sat home with his silver spoon in his mouth and said he “was never a fan” of the war.

I will never refer to him as president. He is an insult to the presidency, our country, our Founding Fathers and the true heroes who fought and went through hell defending our country. I would never have voted for him, regardless of party affiliation. I never liked him before, and I didn’t like his TV show, which I sadly believe his presidency has been a continuation of. The only time I found him entertaining was when he shaved Vince McMahon’s head at a WrestleMania event, which is a persona he still portrays as our disgraceful president.

It’s far more than a matter of Democrat versus Republican to me. It’s a matter of common decency and dignity, which Trump never had or ever will have.

Edward A. Svitek

Brackenridge


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