To the editor:

I’ll keep this brief. 

The trashy Donald Trump booths selling hateful merchandise “fueled by liberal tears” is both unfair, divisive and not even close to the right spirit of a family fair. Bad. Sad. Unnecessary. I’ll leave it at that. 

The fair is becoming trashier every year, and this settles it — not because of merchandise supporting our government, but because seeing big flags that say “Trump 2020 Cut the bull$hit” alongside model AK-47s with children present is embarrassing. 

Perhaps next year you’ll think about the messages you’re trying to send to patrons and children. I, for one, don’t plan on returning. Sad.

Rich Collins

Intervale

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trbochrg1

i agree, i have no problem with booths selling Trump merchandise. but some of the shirts i saw were borderline hate crimes. I was surprised to see members of the Yang campaign handing out the $1000 bills as i didn't think they were really welcome there based on the multiple Trump booths.


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