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LETTER: Who deserves to be president?

To the Editor: It is not surprising that in this upcoming election there are those who dismiss the exposes of the Clintons and the many scandals they were involved in as mostly hateful unfounded attacks. "So let's move on" -- as Hillary would say...

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To the Editor:

It is not surprising that in this upcoming election there are those who dismiss the exposes of the Clintons and the many scandals they were involved in as mostly hateful unfounded attacks. "So let's move on" - as Hillary would say.

Donald Trump called Hillary crooked, corrupt, scandal ridden and doesn't have the temperament to be president of the United States. Hillary accuses Trump of much the same and therefore not qualified for the job. Who then, of these two candidates is most deserving to be president?

What we know about Trump is that he experienced some failure in business, was involved in some alleged and otherwise inappropriate incidents with women is not as refined as the Hillary on public display and used existing laws to enable him to pay less taxes.

In regards to Hillary, what better source to go to than someone such as Gary J. Byrne, author of Crises of Character," so long as we are weighing whose corruption is worse. He saw and heard Hillary up close during his time of service as a secret service officer when the Clintons were in the White House. Here are some excerpts from his book.

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"I saw the Clinton machine's appalling leadership style endangered law enforcement officers, the military and the American people in general. And with Hillary Clinton's latest rise, I realize that her own leadership style, volcanic, impulsive enabled by sycophants and disdainful of the rules set for everyone else - hasn't changed a bit."

"HIllary Clinton is now poised to become the nominee for President of the United States, but she simply lacks the integrity and temperament to serve in the office. From the bottom of my soul, I know this to be true."

So do we want Hillary, the polished and corrupt politician, or the more unpolished, less controversial Donald Trump, the successful businessman? In the time remaining, we should not be weighing whose corruption is worse (the Clintons win by a landslide if all were to be revealed), but who is most deserving and best qualified to become president of the United States.

Leonard Heckel

Ethan

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