Congrats America

There was a relentless amount of anti-Donald Trump rhetoric right up to the final minute he was declared president elect

Re: media bias in U.S. election coverage.

I was amazed while digesting U.S. election coverage in all the mainstream print publications and on all the major American and Canadian TV networks.

There was a relentless amount of anti-Donald Trump rhetoric right up to the final minute he was declared president elect.

Seriously, as a show of humility, why don’t all of the mainstream media get their thousands of anti-Trump writers to each write about how wrong they were.

Any chance you folks in your media bubble could connect to what is going on in the real world?

The Saudis and Qataris and Moroccans and Emiratis who I believe have been paying millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation to buy influence — they now face a less purchasable president.

The open-borders crowd — in Mexico or Germany — have a new sheriff in town.

United Nations globalists, from the global-warming crowd to trade deals that always seem to give China a pass — that’s going to change. Congratulations America.

Kenny G. Anderson

Qualicum Beach

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