Letters to the Editor

Inquiry should halt Supreme Court pick

I don’t think it’s a prudent gesture for any political party to allow an appointment to a lifelong position such as a U.S. Supreme Court Justice by a sitting president under criminal investigation. This defies logic.

The notion of “cleaning the swamp,” and then castigating the Department of Justice for indicting two Republican congressmen is a joke. It seems as if many pro-Trumpers are more transfixed with Hillary Clinton’s email than they are with what’s happening now. Unbelievable!

Rich Hillyer

Cedar Rapids

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