Well Mr. Katko, here’s my problem and perhaps you can help me out. Washington Post - “President Trump has made 15,413 false or misleading claims over 1,055 days” - By Glenn Kessler, Salvador Rizzo and Meg Kelly - December 16, 2019 Given this information, how am I supposed to believe anything this so-called president says whether it be in the State of the Union or anything else? In defense of this president, I have heard it said that ALL politicians lie. That, then begs the question: Mr. Katko, as a politician, do you lie? If so, what have you lied about? - Do you believe that withholding the truth is a lie? - Do you believe that a president who withholds the truth from the American people for his own political benefit rather than national security is worthy of the office? - Given the propensity of this president to lie, how do YOU know when he’s telling the truth? - Does character play a role in the office of the President? Should I consider a person who regularly lies and/or misrepresents the truth to be lacking in character? - How many lies does a person have to tell you before you stop trusting him/her? - As a former federal prosecutor, would you consider this president to be a reliable witness? - When this president points to the strong economy, taking full credit for it, shouldn’t he be completely honest and speak about the deficit? The deficit has been identified as a threat to national security. Shouldn’t a man of character and honesty publicly share that with the American people in the State of the Union Address? - Isn’t it true that this president has done nothing to protect people with pre-existing conditions? Isn’t the opposite true? According to an A.P. fact check: “People with preexisting medical problems have health insurance protections because of President Barack Obama’s health care law, which Trump is trying to dismantle.” Seems to me that the man you have endorsed for the presidency is regularly dishonest with the American people about matters of great concern. As such, I have to that your judgment is impaired or you meet the definition-for a political hack.