Dr. Rosen: There is certainly a lot of animosity in the country these days. There seems to be a large number of people that think our president hijacked his election with the help of foreign interference.
Dr. Edwards: The special prosecutors are digging into everything diggable. They must think they can reverse the elections. The outrage is an illustration that there is a certain segment of our society that cannot imagine the outcome as it occurred.
Dr. Milton: The press is smearing our president with unbelievable diatribes. It’s amazing that he can handle it the way that he does. Of the 15 or so candidates in the debates last year, there is probably no one else that has the hide thick enough to withstand the onslaught.
Dr. Ruth: I think you’re right. I was rooting for Carly Fiorino. She’s had experience in international arena. I understand that she sat across from Putin in one of her meetings. I think she understands world politics but I’m not sure she would be forceful enough to accomplish what needs to be accomplished.
Dr. Michelle: Do we know what or how she did?
Dr. Ruth: I don’t know the specifics. But during the debates she said she would beef up the sixth fleet. That showed some good understanding of world politics.
Dr. Yancy: I was rooting for Ben Carson. He is a neurosurgeon and surgeons will attack any problem. Of course, he has no political experience which is like our current president. But he would be a fast learner.
Dr. Sam: I will vote for anyone from any party that I feel capable of draining the cesspool of Washington, DC. If we don’t drain it soon, we’ll be like third world countries—beyond repair.
Dr. Milton: I don’t take any of the allegations against Donald Trump seriously. I think his skin is tough enough that he will prevail. And there are still a lot of unanswered questions about Mrs. Clinton. I certainly hope these come up soon.
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