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Strictly business

Come on, folks! Relax! You wanted a businessman for president and now you have one.

Mr. Trump hopes his legacy will be the largest and most lavish hotel in the world and he is planning to build it in Moscow (not Idaho).

Simply put: If he gets on the wrong side of Putin: No hotel, and they both know it.

So stop worrying about “collusion” or any other issues. Like they said in the “Godfather” movies: “It’s not personal. It’s strictly business … and don’t forget the cannoli …”

Stan E. Hughes

Spokane Valley


 

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