YOUR LETTERS: No friend of workers

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Donald Trump ran for office with the promise that he was firmly on the side of American Labor.

He has, instead, embarked on the most hostile anti-Labor agenda of any modern president, rolling back legal protections for workers, and allowing big business to undermine Labor’s attempts to organize and bargain for fair wages, and fair working conditions.

Now, with Trump’s nomination of corporate attorney Eugene Scalia for Secretary of Labor, he has selected the crowning jewel of his anti-Labor policy, a policy which has already cost American workers some $42 billion.

TOD DeVEYDT
Sullivan, Mo

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