You wrote in your column following the election: “With Republicans holding the White House and the majorities in both chambers of Congress, I am hopeful that we will now have an avenue to move bipartisan legislation that has been stalled over the past eight years.” Apparently, you or one of your staff writers has studied George Orwell. Do you not see the absurdity of the doublespeak? Who is the “we” in that sentence? If the legislation is “bipartisan” why only now when the GOP controls both Congress and the White House is there an avenue to pass it? Using an avenue that is overwhelmingly partisan is the opposite of uniting and working together. If you can’t even get your rhetoric “to come together,” how can you expect people who didn’t vote for Trump to trust you? You represent the entire 6th district, not the Republican party.