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Letter: Why not just call it Trump, Inc.?

Larson writes, "Our coming elections need more Senator Rounds. And we need more Republican congressmen and women in the mold of Bob Dole and John McCain."

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Is it time for Republicans to change their party name to Trump Inc? The world is watching in unbelief as supposedly sane party leaders are still bowing to this terribly unqualified and dangerous person. He goes off the deep end when anyone running in coming elections doesn’t bow totally to him.

Sen. Mike Rounds, R-S.D., recently stated his belief that the 2020 election was fair and proven accurate beyond a doubt. Trump then accused him of being crazy or just stupid.

Trump needs to be kicked off our national political stage. Our coming elections need more Senator Rounds. And we need more Republican congressmen and women in the mold of Bob Dole and John McCain. Otherwise, as it’s been increasing heard “it’s been a good run.”

Gary Larson lives in Fargo.

This letter does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Forum's editorial board nor Forum ownership.

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