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MAYOR'S EXCUSE FOR REMOVING TRUMP PORTRAIT...

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Published on Jun 14, 2017

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Trump pic flap festers

On Monday, Fox News, the Washington Times, Huffington Post and The Blaze published stories online. State Sen. Tyler Lindholm, R-Crook-Weston, posted a video on Facebook chiding the mayor’s decision to remove the pictures and put forth a town resolution to continue supporting the Paris Climate Agreement. The video was viewed 82,000 times, shared 1,500 times and received 183 comments, most of which were outraged by Mayor Muldoon’s actions.
Muldoon released a statement on Sunday explaining his decision.
“Donald Trump is an extremely divisive figure,” Muldoon wrote. “Whether you agree with his opinions or not, it’s undeniably true that many residents intensely dislike him and find his political views odious. Our previous president, whether deserved or not, evoked a similar response from some residents. When the town of Jackson decides to honor such a divisive person, it is taking sides against some of its residents.
“If Barack Obama was still president, I would make the same decision” he wrote.

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