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Let’s hope Andy Harris doesn’t practice medicine like he does politics

In 2016, then President-elect Donald Trump, Rep. Andy Harris (center, top) and Rudy Giuliani (right) shared a suite box on the Navy side during the second quarter of the Army-Navy football game in Baltimore.
In 2016, then President-elect Donald Trump, Rep. Andy Harris (center, top) and Rudy Giuliani (right) shared a suite box on the Navy side during the second quarter of the Army-Navy football game in Baltimore. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)

Dan Rodricks’ recounting (“Andy Harris and Donald Trump: ‘Great’ minds think alike,” Oct. 18) of Rep. Andrew P. Harris’ Berlin town hall meeting was dispositive.

As Mr. Rodricks summarized: “It’s OK to invite a foreign power to interfere in a U.S. election. It’s OK to betray and abandon an ally. Andy Harris and Donald Trump — great minds think alike.”

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Let’s face it, if anesthesiologist Mr. Harris practiced medicine the way he currently practices politics, the initials M.D. after his name would stand for malpractice defendant.

Stosh Cohen, Baltimore

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