There is strength in act­ing pres­i­den­tial

Orlando Sentinel - - OPINION -

I agree Trump most def­i­nitely is a twoheaded mon­ster (“Trump’s 2 sides: Good econ­omy, bad be­hav­ior,” Nov. 22). But I’d like to sug­gest that two heads are not bet­ter than one. I long for the day when we have a pres­i­dent with only one head. A man who is not only fis­cally re­spon­si­ble, shows com­pas­sion for those less for­tu­nate, re­spects our tra­di­tions and our Con­sti­tu­tion, but also be­haves with dig­nity, in­tegrity and grace.

What on Earth is wrong with act­ing pres­i­den­tial? There is noth­ing strong about be­ing a coun­ter­puncher. It only means that your ego is so frag­ile that you can’t walk away from any slight. When I re­al­ized I would never want my grand­chil­dren to lis­ten to him or read his tweets, I re­al­ized this guy has got to go. June Sto­vall Long­wood

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