PRESIDENT: Vote for compassion

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Please vote for Joe Biden for president in 2020. When I saw President Obama put the freedom medal around Joe’s neck on TV, he was so proud and humbled at the same time, he had to turn his head away from the cameras to prevent them from televising him, who was so grateful he was moved to tears. I’ll never forget seeing that and that alone won him my vote. Not to mention that he is qualified, experienced, available and very smart.

We need a president like him or ex-senator Jeff Flake from Arizona, who did the same thing when the television interviewer asked him a question about how Trump was citing the late Sen. John McCain, who was in the hospital fighting for his life.

Voters, let’s send the president we have now, who is like Hitler, packing. We need a president who is compassionate.

ALLEN R. MAZUR

Post Falls

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