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Letter: Turn down the volume on Trump

By Colleen Keller, Columbian Assistant News Editor
Published: January 14, 2023, 6:00am

Today I listened to President Joe Biden on my radio speak about immigration. It was a pleasure to hear his voice talking to the public as if we were in any normal conversation. When Trump spoke on the radio, I turned it off as I would not listen to a man yelling whatever he wanted to tell the public. Trump’s narcissistic attitude compelled him to make sure we heard his every word. I hope he never has the chance to use my radio time with his screaming voice again.

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