Letter: Letter writer was right; things can’t get much worse

Editor,

I am writing in response to Richard Ays letter to the editor in the Saturday, June 13 Whidbey News-Times.

His letter said it all. After almost three and a half years in office to do all the fixing, “things can’t get much worse.” He was spot on.

Trump has done a terrible job, has squandered the great economy Obama left him, and has, or has tried, to dismantle every good thing Obama did.

Clearly Trump is not the answer.

Cheri L Filion

Clinton

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