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Can end of bullying begin in White House?

President Trump referred to Sen. Elizabeth Warren as "Pocahontas" at an event honoring Native American code talkers on Monday.

Melania Trump is supposed to be on an anti-bullying campaign. She needs to work harder on her husband's penchant for name calling including "dummy," "clown," "low-class slob," "loser," "liar," "crooked Hillary," "crazy Bernie," "little Marco," "Pocahontas," and many more disparaging names for his critics. Even "Rocket Man."

Check out the updated New York Times list of people, places and things he's insulted just on Twitter (“Trump is on Track to Insult 650 People, Places and Things on Twitter by the End of His First Term,” July 26, The New York Times). I mean, really, shouldn't the president, the leader of the free world, take a higher road than that, set the example and be a model for America's youth?

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Paul Totaro, Baltimore

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