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Letter: Put animosity aside

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Deseret News

President Trump has achieved a remarkable number of accomplishments during his months as president. After years of stagnant employment and growth in this country, the tide has been changed in a significant way. The red tape and regulations that have strangled small businesses are being peeled away. Court decisions are replacing political correctness with common sense. The list of successes continues to grow.

Unfortunately, these remarkable successes have unleashed a firestorm of frenzied obstructionism from President Trump's opponents. This opposition is taking time and resources away from an administration that is trying to solve problems within this country and strengthen this country against the serious threats that we are currently facing from foreign entities.

The hardened opposition has recently added a new tactic to its arsenal: reporting private communications between President Trump and the leaders of other nations. This could serve as a hindrance to building strong ties with other nations that are necessary to maintain order in this unsettled world.

The election is over. It's time to put the animosity aside and come together to maximize the potential of this country within the country's borders and on the world stage.

Diane Wagner

Salt Lake City