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Should the president be presented as infallible?

Jennifer Espana, Staff Writer

It’s always best to know what’s actually going on in our country, especially when it’s got to do with a neighboring country. At times even I get freaked out by the things the media shares with us but, they’re the ones who are brave enough to tell us what’s actually going on.

I want my president to tell me if I should be worried about certain things. Should I fear that there might be a war on the horizon? I want to be prepared for anything that may be coming our way not only for my sake but for my family and fellow Americans.

World leaders fail to acknowledge the biggest matter at hand, climate change. They constantly lie to public about it ever existing. Why lie about something so obvious, all we ask is for the truth, is that too much to ask for?

I sat down with an 11-year-old to see things from a young boy’s perspective, I asked what he thought on this situation.

“He should be honest, because if they don’t the whole world won’t like him, I wanna know what’s happening,” said the boy.

He does have a point, but I know those in higher power decide not to release certain information to the public. You’ve been elected by the people as a civil duty do we not deserve the whole truth?

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Should the president be presented as infallible?