How long do we have to put up with President Trump's hateful tweets? His latest attack on Rep. Elijah Cummings and the city of Baltimore was disgusting, immature and not presidential. I was happy to read the reply from the Baltimore Sun newspaper. As my sister in Alaska said, "they nailed him to the wall."

I agree with everything the newspaper said about Trump. If you get a chance, read it.

I feel we are living under a dictator now and I don't like it. I also worry what will happen if he does not get elected. Will he start another Civil War?

DIANE FINUCANE

Warrenton

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william furnish

It is difficult to determine the subject of your letter - let alone what you are proposing. If fear of some sort of a 'dictatorship' which could lead to a 'civil war' bothers you, hopefully the 2020 congressional elections will remove the ultra-left wing Democrats who seem to be advocating for that. To resolve your problem of reading too many 'tweets' from the President, you could get relief by walking away from your computer or at least not opening posts from that source.

Stephen Malkowski

“You would think that you were in a Third World country,” said a noted senator during a tour of Cummings’ district in 2015. “There are hundreds of buildings that are uninhabitable.” Was it Ted Cruz or Jeff Sessions who sneered, “Residents of Baltimore’s poorest boroughs have lifespans shorter than people living under dictatorship in North Korea. That is a disgrace”? No, it was Democratic candidate for president Bernie Sanders, whose comments about Baltimore were not condemned as sickeningly racist, but contemplated as brave reflections on the failure of America to help its struggling communities. That paragraph is from a New York Post article entitled "Trump is Right About Baltimore -- and the Democrats Know It."

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