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LETTER: Donald Trump represents the majority

To the Editor: Wow. Desperation to stop Republican front-runner Donald Trump has completely run amuck. The GOP Republican establishment is so afraid of their profitable gravy train being stopped that they are stooping to the lowest of low. Oh the...

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To the Editor:

Wow. Desperation to stop Republican front-runner Donald Trump has completely run amuck. The GOP Republican establishment is so afraid of their profitable gravy train being stopped that they are stooping to the lowest of low.

Oh they call it, "courting" the delegates. Really? I call it flat-out bribery. There is absolutely no way mathematically that Ted Cruz or John Kasich can even come close to the 1,237 delegates required to be the Republican nominee.

Oh that's right ... they are hoping for a contested convention in July versus the will of the majority of real voters that want Trump. I laugh when it is said that Cruz and Kasich have a better ground game than Trump, and that is how Cruz got all of Colorado and Wyoming delegates. (You see, folks, Cruz and Kasich have practice at deceiving the American people, since they are already politicians).

It's not that Trump doesn't have a good ground game, he just chooses to do things on a fair, above-board and self-funded way. The votes of the American people are what's important to Trump, as he is for us, not special interest groups. Trump isn't pandering to get our votes just to sit in Washington, D.C., and push his own agendas.

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He is for the legal citizens of this great U.S.A. He will rebuild our military, help our struggling veterans, bring jobs back here to our country, stop the illegals from coming into our country, stop that horrendous Common Core and like his slogan says, "Make America Great Again."

The silent majority aren't silent any longer, and it's time our voices are heard. Vote Donald J. Trump.

Kim Miller

Mitchell

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