GORE: No apology needed

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So what if Al Gore is making money? At least he is trying to save the world from human-caused global warming. This also includes 19 other countries trying to do the same thing, except, of course, the United States of America. How is this any worse than the selfish royal family currently in the White House getting rich on us taxpayers with their shady deals vis-ŗ-vis Russia and other conflicts of interest? Iíll bet Al Gore is not afraid to release his tax returns.

I wonder how many top secrets Trump leaked to Putin during those extra two hours? No notes, no media. Given the 0 percent credibility in the White House (thanks to all of Trumpís lies), I think any rational person will believe Russiaís side of this meeting. Fat body Trump is tough when it comes to assaulting women verbally and physically, but in reality he is just a blowhard coward who was afraid to serve his country, in the military or otherwise.

As far as Clinton being elected, at least we wouldnít be the laughing stock of the world like we are now.

DANIEL GRESSLER

Rathdrum

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