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Letter to the Editor | I will be voting November 3, 2020 | By Gary Brussat

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September 15, 2020 – West Bend, WI – My vote on November 3 will go to President Trump. I agree with his basic premise of America first. As a country, we really  have to take care of our own problems before we can effectively deal with others.
President Trump has done a superb job in foreign policy. He has been tough on China, he has negotiated several peace
agreements, gotten us out of bad trade deals, and negotiated with Mexico and Guatemala to reduce the influx of illegal aliens.
He has been nominated twice for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Also, I am confident that he will keep us safe by dealing aggressively with rioters. He has shaped an economy that has been
second to none.
Some of the Democrats are blaming him for the coronavirus problems. This is totally unfair. President Trump closed off travel
to China early while his opponent ( Biden ) criticized that move. If it hadn’t been done, the problem would be far more severe.
He also responded quickly and efficiently to the requests by various governors for ventilators and other supplies.
The main reason I will vote for President Trump is that he has kept his promises….ending many stifling regulations to spur
the economy, propping up the military, working to stop illegal entry into our country by securing our borders, standing up for the
Second Amendment, siding with our police, negotiating peace agreements, and many others.
Gary Brussat
West Bend, WI 53095
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