De­serv­ing of laud­ing, not laugh­ter

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - EU­GENE R. DUNN Med­ford, New York

be­cause ‘they love how hon­est he is,’” Web, Sept. 26).

The world shouldn’t be sur­prised about Mr. Trump’s de­fi­ant stance, as he has been in­ces­santly talk­ing about this for more than 30 years.

What I found re­ally il­lu­mi­nat­ing about the char­ac­ter of the U.N. was that, af­ter Mr. Trump chron­i­cled his ad­min­is­tra­tion’s nu­mer­ous his­toric suc­cesses, the gallery broke out into laugh­ter.

I found it highly of­fen­sive that they would be­lit­tle Mr. Trump, who I be­lieve is the only man in his­tory who is qual­i­fied to win two sep­a­rate No­bel Peace Prizes in the same year. For Amer­ica’s as­tound­ing turn­around he de­serves the No­bel Prize in eco­nom­ics, and for end­ing the 70-year-old Korean War, the No­bel Peace Prize.

In­stead of laugh­ing at him, world lead­ers should be in awe and look­ing to erect a mon­u­ment of him on U.N. grounds.

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