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Do not doubt President Trump's patriotism

Patriotic American citizens have lost respect for self-serving politicians who have given us a stagnant economy and a tarnished image of our borderless nation. Such patriotism was exhibited when they elected a non-politician who promised to rejuvenate a once great nation.

That president is demonstrating his desire to “clean house” in Washington.

He strengthens our economy by putting more money in the pockets of middle America, bringing back major industrial entities, putting food stamp recipients on payrolls, increasing wages, making the United States less dependent on foreign oil and shrinking government by eliminating damaging regulations. In addition, he is strengthening our depleted military in order to assure a deterrent against possible aggression by anti-American dictatorships.

When a particular segment of our population demonstrates a mindset against such a president, one realizes this group has been influenced by forces whose primary objective is to demean a president who wants to make America great again. Such forces demonstrate their lack of patriotism by using dead schoolchildren to advance a hidden agenda.

Bill Strilich

Marion

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