Letter: Tired of Trump syndrome drivel in paper
To the Editor:
In the United States, in accordance with our Constitution and Juris-Prudence, the difference between a prosecutor and a politician is that a prosecutor first assumes the innocence of the accused individual, and the politician first assumes that the accused is guilty and challenges him to prove his innocence.
After reading the avalanche of Trump syndrome drivel in your newspaper, your readers should decide whether the author believes in our Rule-of-Law, or is a third world inquisitor.
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