These claims that Donald Trump is someone sent by God to make things right are getting tiring. People who subscribe to that idea react to anything negative about their hero (sic) by jumping onto the “fake news” bandwagon. I do not know what the proper criteria is to decide whether or not something is fake news, but one way to know that is not fake news is if it came straight from the horse’s mouth. Telling people, on TV, to inject disinfectant; admitting, on TV, to withholding funds from the postal service to make it harder for certain people to vote; telling people, on TV, to vote twice, which is illegal. That was not a fake news report.

It was straight from the horse’s mouth. We do not need four more years of that horse.

Richard Ganguet, Valley Head, Alabama

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