Messitte publishes opinion piece about Trump
An opinion piece by President Zach Messitte was published Jan. 17 by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
“The inauguration speech Trump won’t make” addresses Messitte’s views of issues and statements Trump might apologize for and how this could make the country better.
“We have important work to do together to continue to make America great,” Messitte writes on behalf of Trump. “And note that I have dropped the ‘again’ part of my slogan because after traveling the nation during the election, I know America is already great. Sure, we have problems, but to be a better country I will need all of your help and support in the days ahead. Thank you. And God bless the United States of America.”
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