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Letter to the editor: Trump’s new low

So sad to see the sickening commercials that Donald Trump is airing to counter his inevitable impeachment by the House of Representatives. He repeats the debunked conspiracy theory of the Biden family’s alleged misdoings in the Ukraine. By doing so, I believe he is actually admitting to one of the articles of impeachment, that he sought the aid of a foreign nation in his 2020 campaign.

The premise that this is being done to overturn the results of the election is ridiculous. It is being done because Trump, in my opinion, has no respect for his office or the Constitution he swore to defend. The current smearing of lifetime civil servants and decorated lifetime military personel may a new low for him. Do patriotism, honor and duty to country mean nothing to this man whose short time as a public servant has been marked by self-enrichment, nepotism, cronyism and possibly corruption?

Joe Lucas

South Side


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