As two icons pass, nation shows respect

I watched the extensive news coverage of Senator John McCain’s passing. Another icon also recently passed and had extensive news coverage − singer Aretha Franklin.

Our commander-in-chief does not understand why those two got so much coverage and he does not. It is very simple: R-E-S-P-E-C-T.

Dorothy Smith

Norwich

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