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What’s in a frame?

Gosh, Aspen lady trying to get her Trump memorabilia framed (“Aspen business berated over episode owner says was falsely portrayed,” Feb. 1, 2017, the Aspen Times). Is this really a national dilemma? It seems like “Fox & Friends” is grasping for a story. This smells like a story. Just a story.

I will frame your stuff for free and I am a liberal. If you have enough time for this national tragedy and this American injustice, I will make time to help set this straight.

Miles Knudson

Aspen Village and Santa Fe, New Mexico

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