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)|
Legitimate tourists to United States
- Elsie C.
- Thursday, 17 May 2018
I was born and raised in Philippines and legally migrated to the United States in 2009. Last year I finally gotten citizenship and proudly exercise my right and privilege to vote in the presidential election. I stayed up all night waiting for the presidential race result. It was exciting to have the candidate I voted to be president win. During swearing in ceremony I was flabbergasted by the attitude of some other immigrants who were being sworn in as an American citizen. One person was very disrespectful, fought with the usher who respectfully tried to calm her down by stating that the lady who was being feisty should be happy because becoming a US citizen is something to be celebrated and joyful about. Another guy completely disregarded instructions given to us to turn off the phone during the ceremony. He in fact had the audacity to respond to a phone call in the midst of the ceremony. Another yet was insisting I take her picture with her cellphone while we were being sworn in. When I refused she took her selfie stick and started snapping away. This particular lady did not speak English and tried to communicate with my by pointing on signs on her phone that had Chinese character in it. I felt very uncomfortable watching all these take place during the ceremony. In my mind these people do not know how to follow basic instructions how are they being granted citizenship in this land? On the other hand I know of people who legitimately just want to visit USA as a tourist who are upstanding citizens from their countries (there countries are not in the list with travel ban) who I am
100% sure are trustworthy individuals have every intention to go back to their country, are guided with high moral values who are denied visas to come even for a visit. I am baffled by this. How are these people who come to USA vetted? Isn’t tourism a good source of income for USA? I voted for you Mr. President because I am for stricter implementation of immigration laws and securing US borders. I thought I would bring this observed discrepancy to your attention. Blessings. Thank you too for standing with Israel and moving the US embassy to Jerusalem.