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Day 213 – Get While the Getting’s Good, Mr. President. Ride Off Into That Sunset. Please.

Day 213 – Get While the Getting’s Good, Mr. President. Ride Off Into That Sunset. Please.

Painting by Jose Manuel Escarcega

Dear Mr. President,

It must be getting awfully lonely in the White House. Bannon’s out, with nobody being particularly sad about it, least of all you, but he’s far from the only one. Priebus, Scaramucci, Spicer—the list goes on and on. You haven’t even bothered to fill many of the positions and the ones you have filled are dropping like flies. Maybe you should follow suit.

Hear me out: Bannon is clearly undermining you, and he’s doubtlessly going back to his propagandizing ways. He’s not your friend anymore, and he’s liable to contribute to the fracturing of the coalition that got you into office in the first place. Your approval ratings are already abysmal; how much worse is it going to get if your once-solid base starts cannibalizing itself? That doesn’t look good for 2020, and we all know how you feel about losers. The longer you stick around and the closer it gets to that next election, the more you’re going to look like someone who doesn’t want to face the voters again if you step down.

So get while the getting’s good. Throw up your hands and proclaim that you can’t work under these conditions. Blame the Republicans in Congress, blame the Democrats, the media, anyone and everyone other than yourself. It’s what you’re best at after all. Resign now and you can save face and enjoy watching Pence try to pick up the pieces—you’ll probably look, well, maybe not good, but at least not so bad in comparison. You can get back to enjoying your golf courses without people poking you about some crisis or another or questioning your use of taxpayer money. Tell yourself that you’re making the smart move and you can still feel good about yourself.

It’s only going to get worse from here on out, and you don’t want to be the only one left in the White House when a real crisis hits.

Sincerely,

Letters2Trump

Day 212 – Say Goodbye to Bannon and to the Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, Mr. President. It’s Kind of Like Things are Falling Apart All Around You, Huh?

Day 212 – Say Goodbye to Bannon and to the Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, Mr. President. It’s Kind of Like Things are Falling Apart All Around You, Huh?

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Dear Mr. President,

Reproach and censure in the strongest possible terms…” begins a letter I am sure you are familiar with, Mr. President. Sent to you via Twitter only yesterday, your entire President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities (PCAH) resigned en masse to protest the direction in which you have carried the country. Many of their number were appointed by President Obama, sure, but they were all willing to work with you until their replacements could be found. Yet, rather than showing us the deal-making and leadership prowess you professed to have for years, you failed to sway even a single member from leaving. In a week where America witnessed business leader after business leader disavow and flee from any association with your initiatives, one truly has to wonder – what sort of leadership skill do you even possess? As a citizen, I only see people fleeing.

Your most common leadership “attribute,” the one I think most people can agree is almost synonymous with your name, is the ability to fire people. If there is one thing you have accomplished in these first 212 days, it has been firing people you hired. You infamously fired James Comey in early May, fired Anthony “the Mooch” Scaramucci a brief six days into his tenure as communications director, and – as I write this – news is filtering down about Steve Bannon finally leaving his position. I will not lie, Mr. President, and say that I am upset about Steve Bannon finally departing from the White House. I will, however, wonder out loud about the value in a leadership that defines itself so frequently by firing people.

As president you should be working hard to pull America together. To identify ways in which we can bridge the gaps of hate and unite our nation as well. You should be providing the example by reaching across the aisle and shaking hands with those who disagree with you. Instead you have used your platform to do the exact opposite – to fire indiscriminately, to remain suspicious of those who don’t swear loyalty to you, to cast your lot with a narrative that does its damnedest to protect those who would use hate to divide our country and hurt its citizens.

Mr. President, look in a mirror and understand that if you truly wish to become the leader you imagine yourself to be, you will need to practice. Engage in community organizing to see how one works with people of differing perspectives. Volunteer and discover what it’s like to work on a team where disagreements can’t be solved by letting your colleagues go. Practice handshakes that are not used as a form of domination, if only so that the American people are not embarrassed every time you meet with a foreign leader. You may find a lot more success should you exercise just the tiniest bit of humbleness and learn how to properly lead.

Sincerely,

Letters2Trump

 

Day 211 – Your Manufacturing Council? Gone. Respect of Your Generals? Gone. Total Clarity Regarding Your Status as a Bigot? Front and Center, Mr. President.

Day 211 – Your Manufacturing Council? Gone. Respect of Your Generals? Gone. Total Clarity Regarding Your Status as a Bigot? Front and Center, Mr. President.

Image by Spencer Means

Dear Mr. President,

I wonder how you, the self-styled, money-making, deal-making, big business man feels now that you have seen your President’s Manufacturing Council dissolve, beginning with the resignations of several CEOs who could not stomach your refusal to condemn the Neo Nazi white supremacist violent demonstrations in Charlottesville. Oh, wait. You have already started a Twitter war against them, claiming you yourself disbanded the group and that Frazier, the CEO of Merck who resigned with strong words against you and your lack of moral leadership, should stick to lowering drug prices (which tweet the former CEO of McDonalds called “despicable”).  Just can’t ever admit you are wrong, just got to get out there with the attack tweets. So sad, as you are fond of saying. The man who claimed he was the epitome of business knowledge, who could turn this country around if he got elected, is now looking like a fool who can’t keep his own advisory council of business leaders together. I will give you credit for one thing, however: you could have lied as you do every day and said the opposite of what you really believe, that the counter protestors were not in the same league as the Neo Nazis and Klansmen and kept your racist thoughts to yourself. Instead you told us how you really feel in case we still harbored any doubts.

And now, another couple of blows for you: First, James Murdoch, the CEO of 21st Century Fox and son of Rupert Murdoch your buddy and advisor, has pledged one million dollars to the Anti-Defamation League, saying “…what we watched in Charlottesville and the reaction to it by the President of the United States concerns all of us as Americans and free people…there are no good Nazis. Or Klansmen, or terrorists.”

Second, your top general and five of your Joint Chiefs of Staff have forcefully and publicly spoken out against the white supremacy, bigotry, racism and hatred that was exhibited in Charlottesville. It is not usual for the military to speak out regarding domestic issues but as General Joe Duford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs said, “I can absolutely and unambiguously tell you that there’s no place for racism and bigotry in the United States military or in the United States as a whole.” (italics mine)  Don’t you wish you had said that? Guess not. That would have been a lie.

Sincerely,

Letters2Trump

 

 

Day 210 – A Letter on the Briggs Family of Detroit and on Not Embracing Racism, Mr. President.

Day 210 – A Letter on the Briggs Family of Detroit and on Not Embracing Racism, Mr. President.

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Dear Mr. President,

I grew up in a household of considerable privilege. In Detroit, the Briggs name once meant something, and though long removed from prominence by the inevitable grind of time, I wear it proudly.

My great-grandfather was the embodiment of the American dream. He was the son of immigrants, who lifted himself up from poverty to become a multi-millionaire through hard work, acute business sense, and ruthless competitiveness. Briggs Manufacturing was a huge company, designing cars and supplying all manner of parts and sub-assemblies to automakers that included Ford, Lincoln, Packard, Chrysler, Stutz, Hudson and many others. He was an avid baseball fan who was bitterly disappointed that he was unable to purchase a ticket to the World Series in 1908. So he bought into the Detroit Tigers in 1920 ensuring he’d never be without a seat again. In 1935, he took sole ownership of the team, paying to expand Navin Field into Briggs Stadium, a 54,000 seat baseball palace which would eventually be renamed Tiger Stadium. He gifted huge sums of money to the Detroit Institute of Arts. He was a significant patron of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. He helped found the Detroit Zoo. The fieldhouse at Eastern Michigan University and a hall on campus bore my family’s name thanks to his largesse.

During World War II, Mr. President, our family’s factories were converted to supply the U.S. Armed Forces with the machinery necessary to fight the Nazis and fascists in Europe, producing over a billion dollars’ worth of stamped steel and aluminum products. A workforce of 31,000 men and women built a myriad of parts for the “Arsenal of Democracy,” including aircraft gun turrets, doors and bulkheads for the B-26 bomber, outer wings, wing tips, and ailerons for the A-20 bomber, outer wings, wing tips, stabilizers, fins, ailerons, flaps, and ducts for the B-17, flaps, aft bomb doors, forward bomb doors, nose wheel doors, and outer wings for the B-29. Briggs Manufacturing also built tools, dies, fixtures, trucks, cabs and tops, tank hulls, ambulance bodies, and so much more to support the war effort.

And yet, for all he accomplished, for all the good he did for the city of Detroit, the community, and our country, I cannot overlook one fact.

He was a racist.

His factories employed thousands of African Americans, but based on news stories and other historical reports, conditions overall were less than ideal and discrimination against black workers was pervasive.

The Detroit Tigers, his beloved team, was the second to last team in baseball to integrate (the Red Sox own the distinction of being last, sorry Boston). So famous was his disdain for black players that my great-grandfather, Walter O. Briggs, Sr., was dubbed “No Nigs Briggs” by Detroit sportswriters.

This is my legacy. This is my heritage. This is why I can’t coddle a president who ignores the truth and doesn’t have the moral compass to know that all Nazis are evil. This is why I can’t tolerate a supposed leader who doesn’t know that those who fight Nazis today are true patriots, just as they were during World War II. This is why I must speak out against white supremacists, neo-Nazis, and the Confederate revisionists who are crawling out from under their rocks to infect our society with hatred and bigotry.

My family’s shame does not weigh heavily on me. It provides me with energy, focus, and hope. I know that my brothers, sisters, and I are kind, loving, and while not perfect, pretty damn good people. I know that my father and mother were the same. In just two generations, we have done our best to shed the darkness of our personal past, and continue to strive to honor the Declaration of Independence and its core belief “that all men are created equal.”

The world can become better. America can become better. I can become better. My family is living proof of this. But it won’t as long as you are our leader. As long as you refuse to face the truth. As long as you won’t call evil by its name. As long as you won’t stand up to people who are antithetical to our nation’s founding principles.

It is time for you to do the right thing and resign so the country can move forward and heal. If not, it is time for Congress to do its job and have you removed.

Thanks for listening.

Sincerely,

Letters2Trump

Day 209 – The Arc of The Moral Universe Bends Toward Justice, Mr. President. We’ll Keep Helping It Along By Protesting, Resisting, and Calling You Out at Every Turn. We See You.

Day 209 – The Arc of The Moral Universe Bends Toward Justice, Mr. President. We’ll Keep Helping It Along By Protesting, Resisting, and Calling You Out at Every Turn. We See You.

Photograph by Anthony Quintano

Dear Mr. President,

You have the demeanor, temperament and personal style of a late night manager of a low-rent peep show venue.  While you’re in the back using your Art of The Deal skills to haggle with a hooker, the alt-right boys are whooping it up with one dollar bills in the Main Room celebrating their “victory” in Charlottesville.  And why not?  They have the backing of the Supreme Wizard, or whatever they’re calling the presidency these days.

I don’t know if you’re an idiot or a genius.  My money is on an idiot with the street sense of a pimp.  I can tell that by the way you handle the ladies.  How soon before the first cross burning on the White House lawn Donny?

The hearts of Steve Bannon, Sebastian Gorka and Steve Miller are pumping strong these days.  Their Boy is in the White House and they have a clear glide path to The Promised Land.  Bannon just wants the whole edifice to come crashing down.  The shrewd bastard knew who to appeal to and what code words and themes would bring them out from under their hoods to vote and to march.  Breitbart gave them a platform, and they were cultivated with an eye toward conflict and chaos.  He will do all he can to bring this show to an end, never mind what might replace it.

Destruction based on a burning personal ideology only needs an end, not a beginning.  Hitler proved that with the absolute destruction of Germany and most of Europe because of his racial ideas. Six million Jews and untold millions of Russians, Romani, intellectuals and others were sacrificed in pits and camps all over Eastern Europe, so that his “vision” could be realized.  Millions of Nazi and fascist bastards within Germany and Eastern Europe cheered him on and often partook.  Gorky still wears a medal linked to Hungarian Nazi sympathizers.  Pogroms raged across the region once Hitler made it acceptable to hate the non-Aryans and, in particular, the Jews. The press was vilified and any honest journalist was hounded from the Reich or locked away in some concentration camp for political undesirables.  Even The Church got in on the action and tacitly approved The Final Solution.

David Duke congratulated you on “telling the truth” about what happened in Charlottesville after your reverse during the impromptu news conference you held at Trump Tower a/k/a Mordor.  He knows a kindred soul when he sees one.  Make America Great Again means Make America White Again and they know it.  The alt-right boys are saddling up for a slate of events across the nation and will only grow more bold.  Congratulations on your signature achievements: making it fashionable to be a bigot and fascist again; and destroying the truth.  The White House has become the Master’s House on the plantation.

I’d ask you to change Donny, but it’s better to have you in the light along with the rest of the crazy shitheads who look to you as their leader.  I want to be able to see my enemies.  The Moral Arc is supposed to bend towards justice.  I hope so Donny.  For our sake, I hope so.

Good riddance.

Sincerely,

Letters2Trump

Day 208 – How Are You Still President? Oh…And If It Looks Like a White Supremacist, Talks Like a White Supremacist, and Hangs Out With White Supremacists, It’s a White Supremacist.

Day 208 – How Are You Still President? Oh…And If It Looks Like a White Supremacist, Talks Like a White Supremacist, and Hangs Out With White Supremacists, It’s a White Supremacist.

Photograph by Frankleleon

Dear Mr. President,

I have a confession: I’m unable to watch you speak on television. Your poor word choices, syntax, and lack of substance embarrass me. I mute you whenever you turn up on TV, but unlike others who laugh at your proclamation du jour, my heart races and pounds hard in my chest.

Why is that? Because you exhaust me and for my emotional well-being much of what you say, I try to ignore. But there’s a double-edged sword to that. Either be ignorant, like you, sir, or be so tuned-in to the gibberish that comes out of your mouth that it drives me mad.

During the past seven months, you have had ample time to show the American people that you can be an inspiring leader. Instead, you have spent the majority of that time, flapping that little fish mouth to decry “Fake News!” “Witch Hunt!” “Unfair!”

Sir, you had the opportunity of a lifetime to demonstrate your compassion after this past weekend’s events and you chose to give the horrendous events very little thought.

Charlottesville was an opportunity that was handed to you on a golden platter. You would have shined by condemning the violence of neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and the Ku Klux Klan. If you had gotten on national TV during the weekend and made it clear that as our President you stood for the rights of all people and censuring these hate groups, you would have taken the higher, moral ground. Instead, you appeared churlish and blamed all sides for the violence.

We know that Monday’s comments were forced upon you. It was obvious you felt that what was said over the weekend was enough, but it wasn’t. Yesterday’s remarks were too little too late. But what makes this all the more ludicrous is that you back pedal and complain about the “alt-left” and how closely you followed the rally. Are we seriously supposed to believe that when you have the attention span of a gnat?

I’ve reached a point of exasperation with you, sir. Your ignorance, boorish behavior, misogyny, racism, nepotism, greed, narcissism, and overall stupidity shame and exhaust me. I have one request, sir, take your crew of half-wits and go away because we have all had enough of you.

Sincerely,

Letters2Trump

Day 208 – Mr. President, You Have Blood on Your Hands.

Day 208 – Mr. President, You Have Blood on Your Hands.

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Dear Mr. President,

Because of you, racists are alive and well in our country, Mr. President. They are crawling out of the woodwork, and they are looking at you as their leader in chief. You did this. You used a common phrase from Hitler for your own campaign slogan. The White Supremacists were watching and cheering. You incited violence on multiple occasions. The White Supremacists were watching and cheering. You repeatedly attacked President Obama’s citizenship. The White Supremacists were watching and cheering. You failed to distance yourself from the KKK and David Duke and your attempts to later “disavow” were weak at best. The White Supremacists were watching and cheering. Even now, David Duke promises to fulfill your campaign promises. And the White Supremacists? They are ready. You have mastered whataboutism, the common Soviet propaganda move, and the White Supremacists have studied your rhetorical moves and have mastered them, better than you ever will.

They have been emboldened by your words, your behavior, and your inability to call evil by its name:

They are Racists.

They are Bigots.

They are Terrorists.

Because of you, 3 people are dead and 19 are wounded. Because of you, a community has been terrorized. One woman, at a rally counter-protesting the White Supremacists: dead because of you. Two police officers, sworn to protect our citizens and and finally rushing in after so many were injured and bleeding: dead because of you.

You cannot change the subject away from your guilt. You cannot shift the focus away from yourself and your White Supremacist followers by insisting that there is blame “on many sides” and that hatred, bigotry, and violence has been “going on for a long time in our country.” As Chris Cillizza, CNN Editor-at-large clearly states,”

“Chalking it all up to a violent political rhetoric that occurs on both sides and has been around for a very long time contextualizes and normalizes the behavior of people who should not be normalized.”

You have normalized the behavior of White Supremacists, and because of this, three people are dead and 19 are wounded. Your more recent statement that “Racism is evilAnd those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the KKK, neo Nazis, white supremacists and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans” is a step in the right direction, but it does not diminish the damage you have already caused. It does not assuage you of your guilt.

You have blood on your hands, sir. You may not have driven the car into the crowd, but just like Lady Macbeth, your words caused the deaths of 3 innocent people. You cannot wash this blood away, no matter how many times you wring your hands and change the subject.

If you were truly presidential, you would understand that “The President—whoever he is—has to decide. He can’t pass the buck to anybody. No one else can do the deciding for him. That’s his job.” – President Harry S. Truman, 1953

You have to decide, Mr. President, to look in the mirror and acknowledge: you have blood on your hands. You did this. And it is now your responsibility to stop it. The buck stops with you, Mr. President. It is time for you to own what you have caused. It is time for you to call evil by its name, even when you are looking in the mirror.

Sincerely,

Letters2Trump

Note on the image: Suspected Murderer James Alex Fields stands in a line with young neo-Nazis and fascists before the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville on Saturday.  He holds a round black shield belonging to Vanguard America, a group who actively recruits college-aged white men and operates under the slogan “the face of American fascism.”

 

Day 207 – We’re Not Chumps, Mr. President. Too Little, Too Late.

Day 207 – We’re Not Chumps, Mr. President. Too Little, Too Late.

Photograph by Duncan C

Dear Mr. President,

This past weekend there was a well-publicized white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, VA. You had a chance to immediately call out the white supremacists, Neo-Nazis, or alt-right extremists responsible for the violence. Instead we had a weak response on Saturday afternoon where you condemned the violence and hatred “on many sides, on many sides,” basically equating the racists with the anti-racist protesters in Charlottesville.

If there ever was a clear cut case of right and wrong, for you this was it. You had everyone in the political spectrum from Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe to Republican Ted Cruz denouncing the hatred and violence perpetrated by these groups. And it took you two days to figure it out. If I can borrow a phrase from Josh Marshall of Talking Points Memo who wrote this Monday morning in anticipation before your afternoon statement, let’s not be chumps.

Let’s not be chumps and be relieved somehow that you have finally done the right thing calling the KKK, the Neo-Nazis, white supremacist, and other hate groups repugnant.  Or believe that you are shy about calling people out. Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, the Democrats, liberals, Congress, Chuck Schumer, John McCain, Richard Blumenthal, a gold star family, Muslim terrorists, CNN, the failing NY Times, all the fake news media not to mention people in your own administration (hello, Jeff Sessions) – this is just a short list of folks that you have excoriated, rightly or (mostly) wrongly. Calling out the hate, violence, the bigotry and the perpetrators is what you should have done immediately, maybe even Friday night after the initial tiki torch march. And it would have been easy on Saturday when you waited until after the injuries and death caused by one coward mowing over anti-racist protesters as well as the helicopter accident that killed two state troopers while responding to the violence caused by the racists.

Let’s not be chumps and think you didn’t feel the pressure or hear all the criticism over the last 48 hours and maybe finally decided on your own that another statement was needed to condemn the hatred violence and the evil racists responsible.

Let’s not be chumps and be surprised by the comments of David Duke who applauded your “Make America Great Again” slogan acknowledging its white supremacist origins and, maybe, it’s true meaning. Or be dumbstruck by the post in the Neo Nazi website The Daily Stormer (purposefully not linking to any of this here) which wrote after your comments on Saturday:

Trump comments were good. He didn’t attack us. He just said the nation should come together. Nothing specific against us.

He said that we need to study why people are so angry, and implied that there was hate … on both sides!

So he implied the antifa (antifacists) are haters.

There was virtually no counter-signaling of us at all.

He said he loves us all.

Let’s not be chumps and think you are on the right side of things now, because you weren’t with your persistent birtherism during the Obama administration, or during your campaign blaming Mexico for sending all their rapists, or even later naming a California primary delegate who was the chair of the white nationalist American Freedom Party.

Let’s not be chumps and forget that there are political appointees in your own administration, in the West Wing, that are friendly with and have worked to foment the racist views on display in Charlottesville.

Let’s not be chumps and think you would act as a true leader and fire Steve Bannon, Sebastian Gorka, and the other acolytes that follow their way of thinking.

We saw your true face on Saturday and your announcement Monday afternoon just made it worse.  To be honest the only chump is you.

Sincerely,

Letters2Trump

 

 

Day 206 – This Is The Face of Terrorism In The United States, Mr. President. Say It. Say Terrorism.

Day 206 – This Is The Face of Terrorism In The United States, Mr. President. Say It. Say Terrorism.

Photograph from Vox

Dear Mr. President,

Did the writers of Sharknado take over writing the script for America? It seems like the world has gone absolutely bonkers, to the point where an actual sharknado would probably be a breath of fresh air. I seriously cried tears of fury yesterday and today watching the news. This is not what the American people want. I kept pondering, why is this happening? And then it occurred to me.

What might be an ideal distraction from a complete buffoon edging us toward a nuclear holocaust? I’ve got it! Nazis! KKK members! You know, your biggest fans! Remember during the election where you refused to speak out when the KKK endorsed you? Yep, those little men in the hoods with a history of nothing but hate, violence and domestic terrorism. Excellent timing with this whole protest, don’t you think? Right in the midst of your fragile ego bringing us to the brink of destruction on a global scale.

And while you’re quick to use the “T” word (no, not tweet, terrorism) when other countries experience attacks, you give your own country a non-committal statement. “On many sides,” you say…actual Nazis start a race war in a peaceful community and mow down pedestrians with a car and you say there’s violence on many sides! An angry mob of white supremacists beat college-age kids with flaming torches while spewing hate-speech and you say there is violence on all sides?

By not condemning this and calling it what it is (again, TERRORISM) you are condoning it. I know you’re still concerned about keeping that stellar approval rating in tact by letting your bigoted supporters off the hook, but that’s not going to fly.

I am asking you to either step up and condemn the true terrorists here, the Alt Right, or step down as our president before the damage is irreversible.

Sincerely,

Letters2Trump

Day 206 – A Lesson For You, Mr. President, In How To Decide When The U.S. Should Use Military Force.

Day 206 – A Lesson For You, Mr. President, In How To Decide When The U.S. Should Use Military Force.

Photograph by 2nd Lt. Gerald Ratchford

Dear Mr. President,

By now, I think much of the world has grown accustomed to your inclination for off-the-cuff remarks and saying things that, though you may really mean them in the moment, you’ll never actually follow through with.  Even Kim Jong-un may privately dismiss your recent fire and fury comment as merely Trump being Trump.

Just in case we’re all wrong, though, I want to equip you with a nice set of criteria for the use of military force. Known as the Weinberger Doctrine (later re-dubbed the Powell Doctrine in the media), it was first articulated in 1984 in a speech by then U.S. Secretary of Defense Casper Weinberger. You can read the entire transcript, but it boils down to this: the United States should employ military force only when…

  1. Vital national interests are at stake
  2. U.S. public opinion and Congress support it
  3. Our objectives are clearly defined and achievable
  4. We will commit with the clear intention of winning
  5. All other options have been exhausted

And once committed…

  1. We continuously reassess our objectives and forces necessary based on the developing situation

At the time, Sec. Weinberger’s critics maintained the doctrine was too restrictive, limiting military response to only the most ideal circumstances and thereby hobbling American diplomatic efforts. This is understandable, but looking at the doctrine less dogmatically, it’s easy to see the intent is to know what we’re doing when we decide in favor of war: Do we have to do this? Will we really get what we want? Is it worth the price? War, as you should know by now even if your base doesn’t, is a terribly uncertain business. These are excellent questions to ask.

Take your recent comment about leaving a military option on the table in dealing with the crisis in Venezuela. Venezuela? Gosh are your sure about that? I know it’s a tragedy what’s happened in that country, but how on earth is a military intervention going to improve things? I’m going to have to insist on some very detailed answers to the criteria outlined above. And you should too.

Sincerely,

Letters2Trump

 

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