To The Daily Sun,
I think I can speak for at least half of this paper's readership concerning recent letters written by James Veverka. I do not read much beyond his first couple of sentences when he starts out by calling our president; "Trumpenfuhrer," implying that Trump is like someone who was responsible for the murders of millions of people.
Citing poll numbers about how many people like or dislike Trump or how many want him impeached is pointless. The only poll that mattered was taken on Nov. 8, 2016.
Being president is not about trying to be popular, it's about effectively governing the country. Trump is fighting a tough battle on several fronts because the media, the Democrats and even some Republicans try to undermine his actions on a daily basis.
All the protesting, property destruction and hate letters are not going to bring back Obama, and Hillary is not going to be crowned president. If the people who didn't vote for Trump can ever get over their temper tantrum and come to grips with the fact that he will be president for at least the next four years, the country would be a bit better off.
I get it, James, that you dislike Trump and are unable to accept the election results, but it was your favorite president who said, "elections have consequences," and who also said that the election was a vote about his policies. If you want to have some credibility and have people read your letters, it would help to stop insulting and berating those who have a different point of view and to have some respect for the president and the 62 million Americans who voted for him.
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