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Letter: Yes, character is important — and Trump has it in spades

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President Donald Trump gives thumbs up, as he departs after speaking from the Blue Room Balcony of the White House to a crowd of supporters, Saturday, Oct. 10, 2020, in Washington.

Alex Brandon, Associated Press

Yes, Terry Green, please consider character when voting (“Letter: Yes, integrity is important. Let’s make it an election issue,” Sept. 29). It takes character to stand up for what you believe in and do what you promised you would do when the masses and media are against you — receiving more dishonest, horrible coverage and backlash than any other president.

As president, Donald Trump has done more for religious rights than any other president and also helped other countries in that way. He has helped this wonderful country become a top energy producer, giving the people jobs and lower prices. Because of him we export more. He stands up for the unborn child, joining the rally when other pro-life presidents watched from the window. He wants to bring prayer back to schools.

He gave up a billionaire life of luxury to do what he felt was right, which was run for president and help our country — because he knew he could. Before he was president he did random, secret acts of kindness for others, like paying off their mortgage.

Against all odds, he has praised the Founding Fathers, put in judges with profound moral character, improved veteran health care, lowered prescription drug prices, restored the military and helped free enterprise by deregulating. He does it all while people bash him, try to impeach him, and write lies about him. And this is just the tip of the iceberg. This president has moral character and integrity.

Patricia Terry