A boost for Schiff

Los Angeles Times - - OPINION -

Re “Trump is po­lit­i­cal solid gold for Schiff,” July 28

We couldn’t be more proud of — nor more grate­ful for — our con­gress­man’s in­tegrity, in­tel­li­gence, ded­i­ca­tion, skill and pa­tri­otic re­spect for the rule of law.

Com­ing from this pres­i­dent, the use of terms like “sleazy,” di­rected at ex­pe­ri­enced, hard­work­ing elected rep­re­sen­ta­tives

car­ry­ing out their sworn duty to up­hold the Con­sti­tu­tion, in­ves­ti­gate wrong­do­ing and pro­mote jus­tice for all, is noth­ing new.

Rep. Adam Schiff ’s level-head­ed­ness is re­mark­able, given the mi­lieu in Wash­ing­ton th­ese days. Joanne Hedge Glen­dale

Pres­i­dent Trump tweet­ing that Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Bur­bank) is “sleazy” is wrong on so many lev­els.

I am old enough to re­mem­ber when Richard Nixon told re­porters, “Peo­ple have got to know if their pres­i­dent is a crook. Well, I’m not a crook.”

Af­ter can­di­date Trump ad­mit­ted fondling women's pri­vate parts, I urged him to say, “Peo­ple have a right to know if their po­ten­tial pres­i­dent is a sleaze. Well, I’m not a sleaze.”

Nixon turned out to be a crook. You can draw your own con­clu­sion about the tweeter-in-charge. Denny Frei­den­rich La­guna Beach

Schiff “has been a prom­i­nent voice in in­ves­ti­gat­ing po­ten­tial ties between Rus­sia and the Trump cam­paign,” you wrote in your pa­per.

So what, ac­tu­ally, is he go­ing to do for Cal­i­for­nia, for the na­tion, for heaven's sake? Vir­ginia Pr­cic West­lake Vil­lage

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