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Deeds vs. words

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Submitted by Morris Gavant, MD, Jan 17, 2017 at 14:43

Yes, Mr. Trump is an outrageous character.. But, he should be judged by his deeds and the bills he signs or vetoes. And the decisions of those he has delegated the responsibility to run the executive branch of the gov't. Until then it's more a reactionary religious belief than any kind of intelligent thought going on in trying to predict how the next 100 days or the next 4 years play out.

Remember most people thought Lincoln was a country bumpkin from the sticks in Illinois.

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