To the Editor:
In spite of his detractors, people liked Donald Trump since he does what Americans love to do: constantly brag.
When he incited violence and hatred, he played the system. You can’t indict a sitting president. He challenged petty dictators like North Korea to divert attention from the criminals he employed in his inner circle.
The most intimidating aspect of the whole charade is, after acting like a spoiled child for about 10 years, the vote was shocking on federal election day. Seventy-four million people voted for him, 85 million against him. That’s not exactly a landslide in any terms.
“The evil men do lives after them. The good is often interred with their bones,” wrote William Shakespeare in his play Julius Caesar.
So let it be with the most outrageous actor for all of American history thus far.
Angus Campbell Sr.