Dear Mr. President: Tweeting isn’t leading. Drop the phone. Drop the act.

It has been 100 days  with you as my President and my anxiety has reached a new level.

As a student, soon heading off to college, I am appalled every time the television is turned on or a notification from social media pops up on my phone. As I am maturing and gain involvement in politics, I am starting to comprehend what is really going on and it scares me.

Every day I wake up to a new absurd tweet or a new report stating that you have given false information.

Here’s a thought, Trump, why don’t you get off your phone and stop Tweeting ridiculous things. No one wants to hear your middle school like comments at three o’clock in the morning.  We want to sleep peacefully. Even if your intentions are good, your Tweets make you lose credibility because of the fact that they are to impulsive and unpredictable.

The world has bigger problems that need solving, and without a solution, America will crumble into broken pieces and you, as the President of this great nation, are the one who can pick up the pieces and truly make America great again.

Yes, you’ve tried to appeal to your opposition by signing an order for the Clean Water Act and another order to combat prescription drug overuse and overdose.  However, you should remember that Hillary Clinton won the popular vote, which means over half the country did not want you as their president. So remember, there are many other issues that these Democrats care about that are not being addressed by your administration. Your supporters do not reflect what everyone in this country wants. 

Oh, and while you’re at it make sure you know who you just bombed next time you’re interviewed. Have you even seen the footage of the explosion or could you not find it because you didn’t which country to type in after “US bombs”?

Drop the “most beautiful piece of chocolate cake you’ve ever seen.” Drop the phone. Drop the act.  

That’s how you’ll make America great again.


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