Dear Mr. Trump,
Well, here we are again! I've come to complain. A white, middle class, teenage girl. Writing to you: An orange, 1%, seventy-year-old man who also happens to be my President.
Here we go.
George Washington owned slaves. He was publicly excused because he helped found the country and was a gentleman.
Though I, and most others are still mad about the slaves, we still study him in school.
Abraham Lincoln signed an act to imprison Civil War protesters. That was excused because he ended slavery.
John F. Kennedy authorized, then blotched the Bay of Pigs invasion in Cuba. That was excused because he died a martyr.
But you sir, are neither a gentleman, a founder, nor have you done anything to liberate anyone.
You gave a woman hush money to stay silent about a private love affair.
You called countries in Africa (excuse my French) shit-hole countries in front of congressional leaders.
And right before Martin Luther King Day!
You have called women you found unattractive fat pigs and dogs.
In the mist of sexual assault charges, you blindly stare at the rest of us with video proof of what you've done.
You clearly have never seen an African country and still think you have the right to talk about how horrible they are.
You think anyone not of your race is lazy and will "steal jobs"
You have been openly rude to people on and off camera.
And you make fun of those with disabilities.
So that begs the question:
Washington had manners,
Lincoln freed the slaves
Kennedy was decent.
What makes what you do, acceptable?