Congressional delegation should have condemned Trump's remarks

Many Republicans condemned Trump writing that the Constitution should be suspended.

JSSP Letter to Editor
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I am a lifelong Republican. I have been a Republican committeeman, a candidate for the Legislature, chairman of my college Republican club, a delegate to three state conventions and a member of district committees. All this is over the past 50-plus years.

This past weekend, ex-President Donald Trump wrote that the Constitution should be suspended as it allows for elections that don't deliver an honest result. Many Republicans are condemning his remarks. It would be very nice if our three members of Congress were a part of that group, but they are not. All we can surmise from this is that they are more loyal to a disgraced ex-president than to their oath to "preserve, protect and defend" the true Constitution. That would be very sad and dangerous.

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