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Trump must watch words

If President-elect Trump truly wants to be the president of and represent everyone in this country, in his words “come together as one united people” and “bind the wounds of division,” he must start taking responsibility for his divisive and discriminatory rhetoric and questionable appointees.

He should stop tweeting and start listening to the other half of the people in this country. As much as he likes and supports the Second Amendment, I suggest he become very familiar with and start supporting the First Amendment.

Try as I might to accept the results of the Electoral College process and give him (and the system) a chance, I am scared as hell for our country.

Barbara Tuttle


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