Letters to the Editor

President Trump continues to win

Not long ago, Democrats predicted a blue wave election in 2018. Now, some Republicans are predicting a red wave.

And why wouldn’t they? The president’s popularity increases in each new poll, despite 90 percent negative reporting on the president by the media.

How can this be?

His 2018 election campaign events are filled with thousands of patriots as he travels across the country, just as they were during his 2016 campaign. President Donald Trump is continuing to win for those who want America strong, safe, prosperous, united and great again. He is the new face of the Republican Party.

In the meantime, the new faces and voices of the Democratic Party are busy creating a new party image.

The fringe wing of the Democratic Party has kidnapped the party. Is their new mission to divide America further and destroy themselves in the process?

Some Democrats are joining the #WalkAway movement as an option. They no longer want to be associated with the extreme hatred, hypocrisy and intolerance of this new party identity.

But both parties will be wrong about their 2018 election predictions.

There will be no blue wave.

There will be no red wave.

I predict a blond wave. President Trump will deserve all the credit, but he has only one vote.

Republican voters must remain energized, active and vote in the 2018 election. But remember, you must be alive and vote only once when you do so.

Pete Larson

Cedar Rapids

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