Dear Editor,
I was most shocked at Mr Corbin’s comment on the ‘Evening News’ recently on the allegations made against the President by the former First Lady. I was amazed to see how quickly he judged and commented on this issue and it makes me wonder if Mr Corbin could not find something to do that would benefit the people he represents instead of meddling in the personal life of the President. Who gave Mr Corbin the right to comment on such an intimate issue between the President and former First Lady?

Whatever their problem was, it has absolutely nothing to do with him. Since when is he on such high moral ground that he can comment on someone else’s personal life?  As I recall during the ’80s there were some ugly rumours circulating around Mr Corbin which suggested that he abused his ministerial authority.

I would also like to encourage the public not to get caught up in the President’s personal business. It would also serve the critics out there well to remember that there are always two sides to a coin. Let personal issues remain personal.

The fact that the issue was thrown into the public domain does not give anyone the right to cast blame, because there is no one who is without blame. No one likes to have his/her personal issues publicized, and everyone has his/her own personal issues to deal with, so let him who is without blame cast the first stone.
Yours faithfully,
Marcia DeFreitas

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