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What’s Trump’s source?

I’ve been listening to President Trump tell the world what the American people are thinking. I, as an American, don’t agree with him. So, I contacted my representative in Congress to let her know what I think. Then I asked her office for a White House contact number. I got two White House numbers, and tried both. During this time of government shutdown, nobody is answering the White House phones. My congresswoman’s office says they’re probably not checking emails either. Even though I’m the same age as the president, I don’t tweet.

So, where, or how, do you suppose the president is getting his information on what the American people really think?

Tom Brattebo

Liberty Lake


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