Letters to the Editor

Meddling in the U.K.

Next week, Britain will decide whether it will remain in the European Union or leave. Prime Minister David Cameron put that on the ballot to urge the unelected European Commission, the executive of the EU, to ease up on its regulations, which is has refused to do. Nonetheless, the prime minister is urging Britons to vote to remain.

President Obama and Hillary Clinton have thrown their two cents into the debate there and are urging voters to support remaining in the EU. This is an unacceptable meddling; both should stayed neutral on the question. Donald Trump is neutral, one of the few times he’s used his brain.

Frank E. Mosher,

North Miami

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