Trump ‘fury’ remarks draw fire
Re “‘Fire and fury like the world has never seen,’ ’’ Aug. 9, and “Trump’s diplomatic gambit,” Editorial, Aug. 8
I usually enjoy reading my Times with my morning coffee. If I had done that Tuesday, I might have taken some small comfort from your editorial regarding the Trump administration “muting the bellicose
rhetoric” toward North Korea and giving diplomacy a chance.
However, I did not get to my paper until afternoon. By that time, Trump was all over the airwaves and social media threatening to rain “fire and fury like the world has never seen” down on North Korea — not for any action it might take, but for threatening some action.
OK, Republicans, it’s time to look into the faces of your children and grandchildren. Then call your Republican representatives and senators. They are the only ones who can start impeachment proceedings and get this madman out of the White House.
If you don’t have the guts to do that, then go back to your children and explain to them what “fire and fury” means. Laurie Jacobs