Letters to the editor: Thank you President Trump
A 74 year-old man comes back home from work at 2 a.m. while most men his age are retired in their vacation homes. He comes back after a long day that probably started before the sun rose and gets back home exhausted with his tie open and hat in his hand feeling that an accomplished day is finally over.
This man is in the age range of many peoples’ grandfathers, but he just came back from work, for me, for you. This man left his massive gold-covered mansion where he could retire happily and play golf all day long. But he put his wealth aside and went to work for free, for $1 a year, for me, for you for us, for America. While other presidents became rich from the presidency, this man has lost over two billion dollars of his wealth during this short four years of his life.
He put aside his amazing retirement lifestyle, getting ambushed every single day by the media and the radical left Democrats who trash this man who works for them until 1 a.m. for free! He doesn’t do it for money or power. He is doing it so homes will be safe, schools will be better, so people will be able to find jobs or start a new business easier, so they will be able to keep a few dollars in their pockets at the end of the month.
Donald Trump is no racist or anti-semite! Are you that blind to not see how much this country as developed in the last four years?
President Donald J. Trump, I want to thank you with all my heart. I am so sorry for the blind hatred you have been made to endure. You are a good and generous man. I know this. What I don’t know and think about often is what kind of people can be so hateful in their hearts to spew such hate and evilness, not just at you but at your family, too? Or people mocking and making jokes of you because you’re not a professional politician groomed in speech making and straight-faced lies. The American people are in a bad place right now. God help us. Trump is not the problem!
This was sent ot me via an email and to pass it on. Hence, Letter to the Editor. A worthy message to be printed in its entirety.