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Sun has bigger problems than tariffs

Workers at the Ponderay Newsprint Co., north of Newport, Wash., prepare a roll of newsprint for cutting, Tariffs on newsprint, used to make newspapers, pose a danger to that particular branch of the Fourth Estate.
Workers at the Ponderay Newsprint Co., north of Newport, Wash., prepare a roll of newsprint for cutting, Tariffs on newsprint, used to make newspapers, pose a danger to that particular branch of the Fourth Estate. (JEFF T. GREEN / AP)

The Sun lamented President Donald Trump's newsprint tariffs as bad economics, bad for democracy and detrimental for its revenue and ability to serve its loyal customers (“The latest casualty in Trump’s trade wars: the free press,” March 27).

I really hate to inform the management of The Sun that they've lost revenue and loyal customers all on their own with their continued dishonest, biased liberal musings every single day!

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Gail Householder, Marriottsville

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