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In defense of Donald Trump’s mental fitness and accomplishments (2 letters)

President Donald Trump speaks Tuesday during a meeting at the White House. Last Saturday, the president took to Twitter to defend his mental fitness and boast about his intelligence, saying he is “like, really smart” and “a very stable genius.”

Evan Vucci, The Associated Press

President Donald Trump speaks Tuesday during a meeting at the White House. Last Saturday, the president took to Twitter to defend his mental fitness and boast about his intelligence, saying he is “like, really smart” and “a very stable genius.”

Re: “Trump says he is mentally fit for the presidency — but is he?” Jan. 8 letters to the editor.

For all those on the far left, let me remind you that Donald Trump is more mentally fit to lead the U.S. than many career politicians who are in the running to line their pockets and to have an easy life.

CIA Director Mike Pompeo says the allegations against Trump of mental unfitness are absurd and says Trump has “in person” intelligence briefings, asks intelligent questions and grasps all the intricacies of every issue. Where is that in the news?

Trump’s style is unusual to politics and there are unprecedented attacks on his style, rather than his policies. He is an unorthodox successful businessman whose style brought him success and he will bring that success to the country. Watch what he does.

Kay Robbins, Denver


There’s a quote that says, “The distance between insanity and genius is measured only by success.” So we have a college-educated, hard-nosed business owner who transformed his father’s business into a multibillion-dollar enterprise and defeated numerous career politicians to be elected president. Then, in his first year, he has a historic tax cut, a booming economy, North Korea and Iran challenged, the Islamic State crushed, NATO members paying their fair share, and illegal immigration down. And on the other side we have ancient leaders whose only ideas are to try the same failed tactics over and over and expect a different outcome. So, who’s really insane?

James Reed, Denver

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