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Letters to the Editor

Letter: Tired of anti-Trump rhetoric

I’m weary of the excessive (compulsive) anti-Trump editorials. The American form of government was designed to allow fair and equitable criticism of presidential candidates. Journalists, especially, should not give one-sided rants against one candidate. It seems some politicians and journalists will lose their privileged positions should their party lose.

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