TRUMP: A supporter speaks

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In response to Mr. Ron Daytonís letter in Sundayís Aug. 6 Press.

Having read his rant against President Trump, I would certainly never accuse Mr. Dayton of being a complete nut case or just plain dumb or maybe even stupid and fowl [sic] mouthed or anything like that, No sir ree, nor would I accuse him of being uninformed on any political issue of what is actually going on in Washington or around the world. Or that he watches the liberal news channels 16 hours or more a day. No way would I accuse him of that or having NEVER actually watched one speech of President Trump so that he would actually know what Mr. Trump said instead of trusting the liberal news to slant it. No sir ree, I would never accuse him of that. And I surly [sic] would never accuse him of actually being so uniformed [sic] on political matters that he probably doesnít even know who is mayor of Athol or who the governor of Idaho is. Far be it from me to accuse any man of such silly things. Isnít this a great country we live in! Long live President Trump! Have a great day.

C.R. BECKER

Coeur díAlene

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