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Monday, June 14, 2021

Mr. President, make my day!

To the Editor:

President Trump has suggested that the Nov. 3 election be delayed. That would be fine with me.
If we cannot have safe, healthy and ample voting locations and secure mail in voting maybe we should consider it.
You Mr. President, are opposed to safe mail in (absentee) voting and opined they all will be illicitly cast (maybe he has insider information or a plan). I hope you will postpone the election past noon Jan. 20, 2021. On that day your term will terminate. You will no longer be president and without a duly elected president, Nancy Pelosi (Speaker of the House) will automatically become President per the Constitution. Mr. President neither you nor The Congress have the authority to change that.
Mr. President, make my day!

Bill Fogle
Village of Tall Trees

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