To the editor:
There are many political banterings by the politicians and the media regarding Donald Trump’s attribute of being a negotiator. Some news items seem to downplay his ability and experience.
Secretary of State John Kerry has been going to Europe to negotiate the settlement of the Syrian Civil War, but bombs, guns, and money didn’t work. The Korean War, or Conflict, is still in negotiation. Once again, military wasn’t successful.
The Vietnam War, or Conflict, was ended—not by bombs and blood—but by negotiation.
World War I ended in terrible negotiation terms, and that led us into World War II.
Negotiations end conflict, and poor negotiations end in future strife.
What are the negotiating abilities of the other politicians? Let’s hear them.
Anthony Telesha, D.C., Southington