LETTERS
Doubts on Trump

I DISAGREE with columnist Shmuley Boteach that President Donald Trump is good for Jewish people.

Rabbi Boteach was right when he said that Trump did not speak out strongly and clearly against the neo-Nazis in Charlottesville last summer.

That showed that Trumpís politics are ultra-conservative.

He does not care how the blacks, Jews or any other minority groups feel regarding neo-Nazis.

The presidentís behaviour to his allies Canada, Britain, France and Germany is wrong.

Russian president Vladimir Putin must be laughing about an American president who bullies his allies. With all the problems in the world, Trump might need the help of Americaís allies.

Will they give it? And at what price?

Victor Goldwater,
48 Bellwood Street,
Glasgow.

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