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Reader's View: Trump needs a time machine

I heard President Donald Trump on the radio saying at a rally that we need to “throw out a very, very bad situation that occurred.

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I learned something earth-shattering recently while driving. I heard President Donald Trump on the radio saying at a rally that we need to “throw out a very, very bad situation that occurred.” I’m wondering how we do that. Has he a time machine?

Bob Holtz

Cloquet

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