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Letter: Donald Trump and the truth

Erhard Gross re President Trump

Published on June 26, 2018 9:25AM


Let’s face it, some of us have been delusional for too long. With the advent of President Donald Trump on the political scene, many of us were disabused of previous notions of truth.

Mr. Trump tried gallantly to save the U.S. from a person who wasn’t even eligible to become our president, but the Democrats on the Supreme Court denied the truth.

The Mueller investigation is a grandstanding hoax, because our president has told us repeatedly that it is

nothing but lies manufactured by the Democrats.

The current debate excoriates those who favor removing children from parents who enter the U.S. illegally. Obstructionists liken Trump’s “zero tolerance” to the internment of the Japanese, and Hitler’s concentration camps. But they are as wrong as the Democrats who created that policy in the first place.

According to the Washington Post, Trump told lies more than 3,000 times in the last 466 days. It is not impossible that our president will reveal soon that it was he who commissioned Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony.

Erhard Gross

Astoria



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