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Jeff Loberg: Stop bashing Trump

I have grown quite tired of the anti-Trump banter frequently displayed in the “Letters to the Editor” section of The Union.

John Palmer’s letter of elation after Trump (and his family) are “convicted for all their evil deeds” has me incensed! What evil deed has he done illegally? Certainly not treason, as Obama did with his “gift” of $150 billion in American cash to Iran, the chief sponsor of terrorism throughout the world; cash delivered by two unmarked planes to hide the identity.

Trump didn’t broker a deal to sell uranium to Russia, as Hillary Clinton did, or her pay for play State Department shenanigans to enrich herself and her husband Bill, the philanderer.



Donald Trump is not taking a salary, instead donating his pay to charities, while trying to right the wrongs of the Obama Administration and the most corrupt Justice Department in America’s history.

If there are people to be tried for their evil actions, look no further than the Obama Administration and his minions; you know, the ones who allowed Ambassador Stevens to be killed.



Jeff Loberg

Penn Valley


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