Trump: Advice for a King or a Mob Boss
“Do me a favor, though.”
It’s one thing to attack voting by mail as bad practice.
(It isn’t. We’ve voted by mail for decades.)
But it’s corrupt and cruel to tell the people of Michigan that you are going to cut off aid if the Governor and Secretary of State disobey you.
“Better to be feared than loved” is good advice for a king or a mob boss. But not for an elected leader.
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