Presidential flaws

Reader comment on: Does the Anti-Nepotism Statute Preclude Trump from Appointing Kushner?

Submitted by Sarony, Jan 11, 2017 03:03

I was pleased to read this piece by Prof. Dershowitz injecting sanity into the hysterical debate over the President-elect's family appointments. It's done much to assuage my irritation over the anti-Trump mantra led by the Kennedy-worshipping generation, who also conveniently forget the late president's appalling record with women. Leaders of nations are not without serious personality flaws but, as President Kennedy said, it's what you can do for your country that counts.


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