I was shocked when I opened the Aug. 26 edition of the Press Herald to find what I considered a giant, unsolicited ad for Donald Trump on Page A2 (“Trump selling mug shot on shirts, bumper stickers”).

The validity of the story about the former president’s being charged in Georgia, with 18 co-defendants, was lost in a blown-up, overly highlighted panel listing Trump’s campaign message and prices for Trump merchandise in the middle of it. It served no purpose but to make a mockery of any real news, as well as our justice system, which is finally doing something about this man and his endless atrocities.

Rachel Gutekunst

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