D.C.: Oh, what a mess

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For the life of me, I cannot understand the miscommunication going on in the White House. Schuller, McCain and Graham have no clue whatís going on with our troops in Africa. Why donít they know? They are working for us on the intelligence committee for the armed services and they didnít know that we have more than 1,000 troops in Niger, Africa? It must be a sickness that is going around capitol hill that started with the Trumpster. Now we have all these folks who are on our payroll, with no clue as to what is going on.

One thing we all know is that Trumpís future is about to come to an end. Your president (not mine) is about to face charges like the world has never seen like conflict of interest, womanizing, tax evasion, collusion, lying to everyone, perjury, conspiracy, bullying, fraud, racketeering, racist, bribery and so on.

As Abraham Lincoln once said (kind of), ďThe world will little note what we say here, but it will never forget what Trump did here.Ē He has taken us back to becoming a third-world country. This should make you proud, you stupid people who put him in office. Shame on all of you.

RON DAYTON

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