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‘We’re Asking You, Mr. President’: Cincinnati Enquirer Begs Trump, Supporters Not To Humiliate The City At MAGA Rally

"We know this appeal might sound naive, but we cannot stop expecting the best from ourselves or our president".

"We know this appeal might sound naive, but we cannot stop expecting the best from ourselves or our president".
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11 comments on “‘We’re Asking You, Mr. President’: Cincinnati Enquirer Begs Trump, Supporters Not To Humiliate The City At MAGA Rally

  1. Hopeless plea.. He is who we have known by now. He can’t control what comes out of his mouth which is mostly divisive and vile remarks. Don’t hold your breath Cincy.

  2. It’s not just naive, it’s dangerously ignorantly naive. It is exactly the naïveté that fascists use as the vehicle to wedge their hate cult message into society.

  3. Anonymous

    It would depend on the amount of Aderall tRump snorts how vile it becomes.

  4. Concerned Citizen

    Where are the Cincinnati City leaders who let the city sip into the toilet. Cincinnati is an embarrassment to itself. It is time to face the truch about where the Dims are leading us.

  5. Dana Newman

    It is very disturbing that this newspaper actually finds it necessary to write something like this before any politician, much less The President of The United States, visits their town.

  6. Harvey Cotton

    There are going to be a lot of Northern Kentucky MAGAs crossing the river.

  7. I love the way the Enquirer’s editorial board blithely assumes that Trump and his cult followers would have another source for news besides Fox and Friends. Naive? Nah!

  8. Robert E. Balsley, Jr.

    Ignorant article which insults a whole bunch of people… the BEST people this area has to offer.

  9. Cincinnati is a racist town and always has been. After the South seceded and initiated a civil war against the national government, the good burghers of Cincinatti who encountered runaway slaves on their (northern) side of the Ohio River would frog march those brave souls, who were fleeing for their life and liberty, right back into the arms of their “owners”. That’s why Trump is holding a rally there — it’s as far “north” as he can go without being met by huge counter-protests.

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