xml:space="preserve">
A protester holds signs outside Longworth House Office Building, where top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine William Taylor and career Foreign Service officer George Kent testified before the House Intelligence Committee Wednesday.
A protester holds signs outside Longworth House Office Building, where top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine William Taylor and career Foreign Service officer George Kent testified before the House Intelligence Committee Wednesday. (Julio Cortez/AP)

President Donald Trump claims is the most transparent president in history. How then does he explain refusal to release his tax records?

Or his refusal to allow access to his academic records (which don’t really matter except that he keeps insisting on saying how smart he is)?

Advertisement

Or his refusal to allow his staff to testify in the current matter when they may have been privy to his conversations with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky? And he then complains that there are no first-hand accounts of the conversations.

Again, I ask why anyone still supports President Trump (“Trump pushes back on Twitter, but faces the limits of his power as impeachment hearings begin,” Nov. 13)?

Jon Jacobson, Ruxton

Add your voice: Respond to this piece or other Sun content by submitting your own letter.

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement