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Anonymous essay made no difference

The anonymous piece published in the New York Times does not warrant the ink necessary to print. This paper would not publish an opinion piece written by me if I stipulated my name not be attached. Only a coward would write a critical piece and withhold his signature.

I have read the article: So what? Trump has a temper. He gets frustrated when things don’t go as fast as he would like. He changes his mind.

While working as a captain for a major airline I was trusted to be a check airman/line instructor. A high grade was given to my students if they continued to update information and change a previous decision based on the new data.

If you hated President Donald Trump before this op-ed, you still hate. If you saw good in what he has accomplished so far, you still look forward. I still believe he has the best interests of the American people in mind.

John Stiegelmeyer

Vinton

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