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Letter to Editor

Letter to the Editor: TNH’s Trump Coverage Is Mostly Negative

To the Editor:

You have the nerve to complain about President Trump not giving “proper” time to the Greek Independence attendees at the White House?Maybe if you were not there, he would have.

Are you not aware of the insulting articles about the president in your newspaper? You prefer to give nonstop coverage – in articles and photos – to the Greek prime minister, who is an atheist and lives with a woman out of wedlock, with whom he has two children, and who has lied to the citizens of Greece over and over. I don’t blame the student at the St. Demetrios School in Astoria for not shaking hands with that phony of a prime minister.

Given the letters to the editor you publish, such as by William Vafakos, do you actually expect attention from President Trump?

Thank God for Constantinos Scaros and a few others who are interesting to read. You should be ashamed.

Jim Vardakis

Bayonne, NJ

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