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Trump is a fraud and unfit to be president.

He is not the self-made financial genius nor savior of workers that he campaigned on.

Trump's father gave him more than $413 million, yet he lost more than a billion between 1985 and 1994. Bad business decisions.

The Daily News, called him, "The Biggest Loser."

Trump's daddy repeatedly bailed him out. Until Russia extended credit.

David Letterman regrets he had Trump on his show more than 30 times. "Trump used to be the kind of boob of New York that pretended to be wealthy or we thought was wealthy and now he's just psychotic."

How could Letterman not have known the real Trump?

Trump has always been a reckless con-man financing his lavish lifestyle on the backs of workers.

Trump campaign promise: "I will fight for you with every breath in my body and I will never ever let you down."

Oh, really?

His history of refusing to pay small businesses/independent contractors in the private sector was especially cutthroat and petty.

More than 3,500 lawsuits claimed that Trump reneged on contracts, refused to pay, changed payment terms after work was completed. Small business contractors went bankrupt unable to fight Trump in long court battles.

Dishwashers in Florida. Plumbers. Painters. Waiters. Bartenders. Hourly workers. Real estate brokers. Law firms. Casino workers. An air conditioning/heating company. Mechanics. Two hundred fifty-three subcontractors. Workers who installed walls, chandeliers. A glass company in New Jersey. A carpet company.

One of the biggest lies ever told in American politics is that Trump cares for workers.

His despicable behavior toward workers in the private sector continues today.

His policy decisions:

• weaken/abandon regulations to protect workers' wages

• block workers from access to court/favor corporations

• lessen pay/safety regulations

• favor Wall Street over working families

• allow Wall Street to pocket more of workers' retirement savings

• stack the Supreme Court against workers

• attempt to take away affordable health care

• undercut worker protection agencies.

His government shutdown (the longest in history) left more than 800,000 workers without a paycheck for 35 days. Trump's advice to unpaid federal workers was: "Tell the grocery store you'll pay them later."

Trump values the wealthy, despises workers and doesn't care.

The 2020 election will the most important this country has ever held.

Laurie Roberts

Aurora

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