How about those tax re­turns, Don­ald?

RE: Trump’s pres­i­dency

The Hamilton Spectator - - OPINION -

“Many peo­ple” (pop­u­lar Trump­ism phrase that of­ten in­di­cates the on­set of an “al­ter­na­tive fact”/ru­mour) are won­der­ing why the new U.S. pres­i­dent is rush­ing so many ex­ec­u­tive or­ders (pretty much based on the con­tro­ver­sial and of­ten of­fen­sive cam­paign prom­ises made to his large, but not largest, fan base). Isn’t it ob­vi­ous? The sooner he fin­ishes with the yucky pres­i­dent-y stuff like fixing the en­tire messy world (with one hand tied be­hind his back), clean­ing up the catas­tro­phes, dif­fus­ing the dis­as­ters and un­dumb­ing the dumb deals, (along with alien­at­ing al­lies, in­fu­ri­at­ing ad­ver­saries, blam­ing Pres­i­dent Obama for ev­ery­thing and any­thing and de­bas­ing just about ev­ery mi­nor­ity on earth), the sooner he can fo­cus “bigly” on what he re­ally cares about — his busi­nesses.

Isn’t it ironic, and a lit­tle fishy, that the only cam­paign prom­ise he doesn’t seem in­ter­ested in rush­ing is the re­lease of his taxes? Come on Amer­ica — wake up! Paula Kent Kuch­mey, Cale­do­nia

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