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Joe Raines letter: Trump is wrong for America

Anyone who supports Trump must be on something, or coming off something, and whatever it is, it must be some powerful stuff. Trump is no voice of certainty. He can't even run a casino, let alone balance this country's economy. Trump has used slav...

Anyone who supports Trump must be on something, or coming off something, and whatever it is, it must be some powerful stuff.

Trump is no voice of certainty. He can't even run a casino, let alone balance this country's economy. Trump has used slave labor from several other countries which makes his products, then has the nerve to say he wants to make America great again with a hat he wears made in China.

Trump has no experience or even knows anything about terrorism, and there is that praise he gives Putin and Russia while asking them to hack into U.S. computers.

Trump doesn't show his taxes, which is a clear red flag. This tells me this is another wealthy person not paying his share in U.S. taxes. He has been stalling the voters for months.

Now Trump talks about slashing Social Security, saying it is the moral thing to do. Really, many American workers invest in this program. It's not a freebie, and we the people fund this program that Republicans have dipped into to fight the wars and balance a budget.

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Trump has mocked women and the handicapped and insulted our military generals while telling one lie after another, yet the media isn't calling him out on blatant lies; why?

He is involved in the university scam that is heading for court, while dealing with several other civil matters, and who knows what may turn up criminal? All his business ventures failed or went bankrupt, and he left a lot of people holding the bag, including those he still owes money to but refuses to pay them.

Trump is nothing but wrong for America: no integrity, or morals.

Joe Raines

Willmar

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