Letter: Stop criticizing leaders, says a Trump fan

West Kelowna - For the last several years many Canadians have been bashing the President of the USA.

To the editor:

For the last several years many Canadians have been bashing the President of the USA both in print and voice.

It seems to me that he is one of the few leaders in the world who understands the primary role of government.

Which is to provide a safe and secure place to live, work and prosper.

This is for the citizens of the country who elected them, not citizens of other countries.

Maybe these Canadians should spend more time evaluating the leaders of our country/provinces because I fail to see our leaders being concerned about the primary role of government here in Canada.

They seem to be more concerned about the environment, citizens of other countries and their re-election (until they get the gold plated pension).

So let’s stop criticizing other leaders and focus on the performance of our leaders.

Bob Gaida

West Kelowna

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