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To Tell The Truth: An Unlikely Scenario

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If my vision of an America defined by uncompromising diligence at home and unrelenting defense of our nation’s interests overseas is too cumbersome for the majority of voters to endure, then maybe I’m not the right candidate to lead America at this time in history.

But at least I’ll remain true to my beliefs.

Eli Chomsky is an editorial staffer at The Jewish Press. He can be reached at echomsky@jewishpress.com.

About the Author: Eli Chomsky is a copy editor and staff writer for The Jewish Press. He can be reached at eliris18@aol.com.


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