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With lawsuit, Frosh doesn't put Maryland first

With lawsuit, Frosh doesn't put Maryland first
District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine, right and Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh announce a lawsuit against President Donald J. Trump last year. The lawsuit claims foreign payments to Trump's businesses violate the Constitution's emoluments clause. (MICHAEL REYNOLDS / EPA)

As political independents, we voted for Attorney General Brian Frosh because we believed his commercials when he said he would put Maryland first. He seems to spend more time worrying about President Donald Trump's businesses than worrying about his our business (“Subpoenas to begin in Maryland’s case against President Trump’s business dealings,” Dec. 3).

Ha, snookered again!

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Judith Sharpe, Glenelg

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