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Reader Opinion: Not a Trump fan

Donald Trump is a coward. He hides behind his bluster, does not own the words that come out of his mouth, he feeds fear and hate yet does not have the courage to own his words. He has no compunction about spreading hate and fear. Compunction mean...

Donald Trump is a coward. He hides behind his bluster, does not own the words that come out of his mouth, he feeds fear and hate yet does not have the courage to own his words. He has no compunction about spreading hate and fear. Compunction meaning he has no discomfort within himself when he says the things he says, whether he is insulting those he perceived as disabled, former POWs and now inciting others to harm other human beings. We have had terrible violence and tragedy in our country yet here he is fanning the flame. He is not making anyone great, he is a destroyer and to those who only care about the Second Amendment he is wagging that dog. My guess is he goes home at night with his billions, chuckling about how he fooled everyone again. His ego is a bottomless pit! Once a person with his personality has billions all that is left is for him to have unlimited power. He cares nothing about us-absolutely nothing. He will say anything to achieve adoration for himself. Yes, I am angry-at the press and at us for not being able to take a step back and hold him accountable. We expect more out of our 5 year olds then we do him.

Deb Halsted

Brainerd

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