Messages to the Presidents of the World
|45th President of the United States|
|Assumed office January 20, 2017|
|Vice President||Mike Pence|
|Preceded by||Barack Obama|
|Born||Donald John Trump(1946-06-14) June 14, 1946 (age 70)New York City|
|Political party||Republican (1987–99, 2009–11, 2012–present)|
|Other political affiliations|
|Relations||See Family of Donald Trump|
|Alma mater||The Wharton School (B.S. in Econ.)|
|Net worth||US$3.5 billion (March 2017)|
- DIXON M.
- Wednesday, 01 June 2016
Dear Donald Trump
I am a loyal Democrat, your honestly not my pick. However, if you do become the President of the United States. Which it seems you very well could. There are a couple things that would make me feel far more comfortable. Your wall idea is outrageous, an electric fence with barb wire would be way cheaper. Not to mention, just as effective. Immigration happens to be where I tend to agree with Republicans most. Second, I want to know that the population will not continue to sink bellow the poverty line. Bringing jobs is one of your key points to sway Americans. How do you intend to fight the growing culture of poverty? Business is something I have become familiarized with in college, I'm not at par with you of course. In my studies, the cold facts about our nations crash course are clear. Republicans have in fact preformed much worse economically in recent decades.
I'm extremely interested to hear your take on marijuana. I've heard that you are all for legalizing it, but I'm not sure. Your never talking about it on TV, that is a huge topic now. If you want Democrats to get behind you, get behind marijuana. You know it would be the best economic decision this country has ever made. Plus it would create an enormous number of new jobs, that people would be eager to get. It is my opinion that you could actually be a good president, if you became more moderate. There are no other Republicans in your way. Only Democrats stand between you and the White House. Admitting that is not easy for me! Come November, if you are elected, I would still like to have faith in the United States. Nothing would be a more pleasant surprise, than to see you do a good job.