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Election over; Trump won

Attention all liberals at The Spokesman-Review and all the whiners in the community: Trump won. Trump won. It is time for The Spokesman-Review and liberals in the community to recognize that the election is over. You no longer have to try to defeat him and elect the most dishonest person ever to run for the presidency, Hillary Clinton.

Why not give Trump a break and see if he can make America great again after, perhaps, the worst president in recent history. Let us all try to make the U.S. better, and stop trying to tear it down.

Jim Ferguson

Spokane



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