TRUMP: Counting the criticisms

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I am amazed by the supposed Christians who support Trump: serial adulterer, constant liar, waster of our tax dollars, padding his and his family’s pockets using his office to do so, as well as other rich folks, lawbreaker, has had serial business bankruptcies, massive raising of the federal debt, separating babies from their families, inability to hire staff who aren’t also felons, spending millions for an ego-driven parade (our tax dollars at work), encouraging violence and praising white supremacists, best friends with terrorists/autocrats Putin, Kim Jong Un (again, for an opportunity to pad his pockets with more hotels), suing anyone who disagrees with him, failure to pay employees, contractors and hiring illegals, dissing those he considers beneath him (immigrants — which his grandparents and two of three wives were), ignoring the law when it suits his nefarious purposes, cheating students out of their tuition at his failed university. Just a few of the immoral, illegal actions in which he’s been involved.

Listen to him, no need to rely on possibly fake news. All of these acts are from his evil mouth. The only swamp needing drained is the Trump family from the White House. America was always great, until they invaded and destroyed many things we hold dear, like international respect, supporting our allies, leaving office having done positive things for the environment and the planet.

Impeachment is too good for him! He should be in jail.

BARB CRUMPACKER

Coeur d’Alene

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