You described Attorney General Barr's appearance before Congress in May as "political two-step." You stated Barr would qualify for a top spot on "Dancing with the Stars." You further stated that Barr hadn't mastered the details of the Mueller Report. You said it was a "sad commentary" on the way Barr was running that office, "not professional."
There has been silence since Robert Mueller made his appearances, so I will add some observations.
If Barr hadn't mastered the Mueller Report, it was obvious Mueller hadn't mastered the Mueller Report. He did not recognize passages read from his own report. He was lost, confused, and struggled to understand questions. He stumbled and fumbled his way through the hearings and it was a total disaster.
Some of Mueller's performance may have been an act, which leads me to "Dancing with the Stars." Mueller, as a contestant, would have easily won the contest.
In reference to Russ Frazier's letter, I prefer a spoiled rich president who gets things done and accomplishes many of his campaign promises instead of one who goes on an apology tour, makes a bad nuclear deal with a terrorist country and promotes a climate agreement that would pick our pockets while letting China off the hook. Do you remember "Operation Fast and Furious" of 206-2011, which was a fiasco?
Trump was rich when he became president, but I remind Mr. Frazier many politicians get rich while they are in office or soon after leaving office. For example, the Clintons. Mr. Frazier may call Trump stupid, but I wonder what Mr. Frazier would do if every day he had to face the hate coming from a political group and the media. There is nothing reported that is favorable to Trump and he is blamed for anything that goes wrong, such as the recent mass shootings in Texas and Ohio.
I'm sure Mr. Frazier would have some defensive mechanism in place if he encountered such blame and hate. President Trump defends himself and he does not turn the other cheek.