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Let's Have a Conversation - Respect Truth Trust Matter - cover

Let's Have a Conversation - Respect Truth Trust Matter

Barbara M. Hoover

Publisher: La Maison Publishing, Inc.

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The need for respect, truth, and trust are spoken through conversation, all needing a response. After hundreds of interviews, interesting conversation, and much research, I found that by combining my professional and personal experiences writing, this book was not only a necessity, but it would prove to be provocative, stimulating and enjoyable to all people caring about democracy. The United States of America is presently under a “Dictatorship.” Donald Trump is a dangerous commodity. His constant lying, deceitful and immoral corruption of the entire U.S. is not at all acceptable. He’s a narcissist, plain and simple and doesn’t belong in the White House.

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