SOTU: Story was slanted

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As a person who strongly supports our president, AND as a faithful Press subscriber, I feel obligated to express my upset when The Press chooses to publish stories that are obviously antagonistic of our president. The front-page story about the State of the Union address was obviously biased, and I think the printing of it (which doesn’t even come from our own writers at The Press) shows a lack of acknowledgment that many of the readers of The Press are supporters of Donald Trump. I feel it promotes more dis-unity, of which we already have enough.

Please consider those of us who may not be in the limelight, but definitely want to be part of “Making America great again.”

REBECCA STRAIN

Post Falls

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