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New year, same story

Only the second day of the New Year and all three letters to the editor were Trump bashing along with comments along that line about Cathy McMorris Rodgers. It’s the same ‘ole thing by people whose lives seem totally consumed by them. It has become comical to the point of boredom. Perhaps I should show some empathy towards them as I felt as they must, when I endured eight years of Obama and Hillary looming in the background.

Perhaps the Dems should have run more electable candidates than Clinton and Lisa Brown. The GOP must be “licking their chops” thinking that Elizabeth Warren may be a presidential candidate.

Robert Johnson


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