Letters to the Editor

Trump delivers little in first 100 days

President Donald Trump speaks April 21 at the Treasury Department in Washington. Letter writers comment on the first 100 days of the Trump administration.
President Donald Trump speaks April 21 at the Treasury Department in Washington. Letter writers comment on the first 100 days of the Trump administration. The Associated Press

Trump’s ‘promises’

Re “Beyond 100 days, Trump faces more legislative challenges” (sacbee.com, April 30): Never has there been a president who promised so much in his first 100 days and delivered so little. Even his nomination for Supreme Court was not his own accomplishment but was simply dropped in his lap by the Republicans who stole it from President Barack Obama. His puny attempts to undo some of the good work Obama did for the environment and citizen protection will amount in the end to a giant “nothingburger” and will keep the courts busy indefinitely. But he does excel in one area in which he is peerless: having told over 400 lies in his first 100 days. That’s a record.

Nora J. Coryell, Jackson

Demand change

On the eve of the Peoples’ Climate March, at which tens of thousands of people around the country, including thousands in Sacramento, marched to demand action on global warming, the Trump administration took down the EPA’s climate change webpages. There’s a yawning chasm between what we need to do, what Americans want, and what our leaders are doing.

If our president is going to stick his head in the sand, voters need to demand that their members of Congress and local policymakers pick up the slack. We don’t have time for climate denial anymore.

Dana Nuccitelli, West Sacramento

North Korea

Re “Trump says he could meet with North Korea’s leader” (sacbee.com, May 2): If I were President Trump, I would send in B-2 bombers to take out North Korea air defenses and missile launch sites and follow that with B-52s to carpet-bomb most of North Korea back to the Stone Age. Enough is enough.

John West, Sacramento

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