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Letter to the editor: Trump will win in 2020

You’ve probably seen it before, that miserable sad sack sitting at a casino slot machine after work shelling out every last penny he’s got— only to get the same results over and over again. 

We’ve seen similar behavior in Washington recently, and not from the big orange bogeyman who has been alleged to be anything from a hooded Klansman to a Russian agent.

A lack of transparency by President Trump and his administration has been a prominent criticism. So when Trump ordered Barr to declassify any evidence of spying on the 2016 campaign — you would think Democrats would be celebrating their victory, but no.

Unsurprisingly, they’re enraged — and some of them are entirely delusional. Adam Schiff went as far as to call Trump’s declassification order a “stonewalling of the truth” as well as “un-American.”

Get that? Releasing information to the public means you are hiding something whilst doing a disservice to your country, according to the Russiagate tinfoil hat commander in chief.

In this casino, I’m keeping my chips on red for 2020.

Bobby Harr


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