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LETTER: Keep George Soros' ally Steven Mnuchin from Trump treasury

To the Editor: George Soros, a long-time agent of British influence, mega-speculator and nation-wrecker, is the self-avowed leading financial force in the drive to ruin or even bring down the Donald Trump presidency. He was also a leading, if not...

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To the Editor:

George Soros, a long-time agent of British influence, mega-speculator and nation-wrecker, is the self-avowed leading financial force in the drive to ruin or even bring down the Donald Trump presidency. He was also a leading, if not the primary sponsor, of Barack Obama to the presidency. It is a deadly error that a years-long employee, partner and co-investor with Soros, Steven Mnuchin, may be about to become President Trump's Treasury Secretary.

Soros - Who has already backed a mass march to Washington against Trump and is backing a completely meritless "constitutional" lawsuit to try to impeach him, has employed or worked with Treasury Secretary-Designate Steven Mnuchin in financial speculations for nearly 15 years. Soros said at Davos, "I personally am convinced he (Trump) is going to fail ... I want him to fail."

The Soros-Mnuchin connection was so durable that one financial website, ZeroHedge, wrote on Nov. 11, just after Donald Trump's election, that "Soros Fund Management employee Steven Mnuchin" was being groomed for something bigger in the Trump administration.

More than just Soros, London wants to get control of the Trump presidency, turn it back to Obama's war confrontations against Russia and China, and to "globalization." Soros's man is London's and Wall Street's man. He must be kept out of the Treasury.

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Steven Mnuchin at Treasury will oppose restoring the Glass-Steagall Act which Trump promised "in order to get credit flowing to small businesses again." He invests with the speculator Soros, who brings down governments by financial manipulation and by funding "color revolutions."

A Mnuchin confirmation threatens to destroy President Trump's promise to rebuild the U.S. economy.

Call your senators to vote no on this traitor.

Ron Wieczorek

Mount Vernon

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