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Trump bashing hypocritical

To stop Trump from getting the nomination, the candidates and the Republican establishment are criticizing him for not disavowing David Duke’s unsolicited endorsement. However, I find it hypocritical as Duke ran in Louisiana as a Republican candidate for governor.

Also, where in the Constitution does it say that a candidate should divulge all personal information, like the tax returns? As one Republican running as a candidate for Congress said: “My tax returns are none of your business.”

Mallur Nandagopal

Spokane


 

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