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Letter to the editor: Trump’s lies & promises

We people are a strange breed. First, we praise and vote for President Trump. What a great man he is because he will bring back the two ingredients that made Pittsburgh the greatest city for decades: coal and steel. He has failed that promise.

Then he arrives in Pittsburgh to offer his sympathy to the Jewish community and the city, and these same people snub him and tell him we don’t want you here. You should have thought of that when you were voting.

Anyone with half a brain could figure him out from the start. Any spotlight, he is there. A business man he is; a politician, not so much. He is good at lies and promises, but not so good at honesty.

Bruce Wallace

Indiana Township

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