The Columbian's shocking headline "Trump names European Union as top foe" (July 16) raises a number of urgent questions. When did our closest allies become our enemies and when did our implacable enemy Russia become our friend?
After his shameful display of cowardice at the Helsinki summit news conference, it must be obvious to even the most die-hard Trump supporter that this president is conflicted and controlled by a foreign power, namely Russia.
Translation: Greetings, Clark County Republican comrades! Is good to see your signs encouraging us to be bold and vote Republican. Yes! Let us all to be Making Russia Great Again and vote Republican! RUS! RUS! RUS!
Thank you for raising awareness of the disruption caused by a small group of boys called Proud Boys in the July 14 article by The Seattle Times ("Proud Boys raising profile in Northwest," The Columbian).
Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler's constituents deserve to know whether she supports the opinions of President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, or the unanimous conclusion of United States' intelligence agencies that Putin's Russian operatives interfered with the 2016 election.
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