To Mr. Trump,
Sorry, it's been a while since I have wrote to a president. I think I was ten when I wrote a letter to President Bush. My Mom still has the letter somewhere. I don't even remember what it was about.
As I sit here editing this copy, I have just learned that Donald Trump left the hospital against medical advice and returned to the white house with an active Covid-19 infection. When I initially wrote this book, POTUS was still promoting the China Virus Hoax Theory. Now that he has been exposed, he is making insane claims that he may be immune, found the cure, and reiterates that Covid-19 is disappearing. He continues to ignore the immense stressors placed on our health care facilities, neglects Americans who are still sick and dying, and disregards survivors drowning in hospital bills.
For 3 plus years, Mr. President, I truly have wanted to like and admire you. Truly. I have tried, I give you credit for doing good things, but that shit show dumpster fire of a debate tonight was silly. Poor Chris Wallace, imagine how defeated and dejected he had to feel leaving that arena. How could he not? I feel he fully deserves to get hammered on his plane ride home. God Bless him for staying with it and making it through that debacle. You were far worse than our former VP. I did cheer when he told you point blank you are interrupting far more than ole Joey. Us Democrats were giving virtual high fiveseft and right
Dear Donald Trump,
I just wanted to say thank you. Our country is in chaos right now. No, our country is showing it's true colors, the chaos has been here. I wanted to thank you, for taking our country's wounds, that have band-aids placed over them for decades, and leaving them open to bleed.
Dear Mr. Trump,
It is difficult to write to someone you don't really know, other than through the media. However, I have watched you in the White House over the past four years, and I have a few ideas about what you are about and who you are.
I was introduced to the celebrity figure, Donald Trump by none other than my grandmother. My grandmother loved keeping up with Hollywood gossip, celebrity drama, and all the glitz and glam of the movie stars. Of course, in that mix was the high profile couple, Donald & Ivana Trump from New York. I liked to keep up with my grandmother, so I would listen as she gave me the low down on the "lifestyles of the rich and famous" even better than Robin Leach could have. If Mr. Leach was before your time, he was a television celebrity journalist/host who coined the term, "champagne wishes and caviar dreams" and spoke in a thick and highly pronounced British accent.