Dear Mr. President:
As a member of the media, and as a citizen of this great nation, I cannot express how tired I am of hearing about Russia, the 2016 election, James Comey, Hillary Clinton, and the special counsel led by Bob Mueller. In fact, I am so tired of being tired that I decided to lay off my letter writing to you for a few days.
Even today, I look at the headlines and there is nothing positive. This is one reason why people are fed up beyond measure.
The above said, I was happy to report yesterday morning that you signed legislation to improve the VA.
Having traveled the country as much as I have over the past few years, I have seen so many “things” damaged by President Obama and his horrible administration. Of all the areas and people hit, there was no group hit harder than our veterans.
As much as I want to see illegal aliens removed from the workforce, and as much as I want to see ISIS destroyed, Obamacare repealed, and our taxes lowered, I stand firm when saying I’ve always wanted to see our veterans to be taken care of first.
As the son of a U.S. Marine who earned a Purple Heart serving in Vietnam, I deeply appreciate you taking a huge step towards helping our veterans.
Until sometime soon, may God bless you, our troops, the American people, and these United States.
Sent on June 24, 2017 at 11:17am
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