Presidential feedback

Subject: Presidential feedback
From: We the People
Date: 15 Feb 2019

Mr. Trump,

I write to you anonymously because I am a member of the Armed Forces and I believe that if I do not say this anonymously, there will be retribution for the contents of this letter; I know that you will not like what I have to say, if you bother to read this at all. Let me first start by emphasizing that the content of this letter is not intended to express the views of anyone other than myself and this letter certainly does not represent any man or woman within the U.S. Armed Forces. Now that my disclaimer is out of the way, I feel that you should know that I am an advocate for accurate feedback, and I firmly believe that feedback from subordinates is equally as important as feedback to subordinates.

I usually like to start and end feedbacks on positive notes, but unfortunately, I find nothing commendable in your presidency. So, Mr. Trump, here is your feedback. You are a narcissistic bully who surrounds himself with “yes men” and sycophants. You have fostered a culture of immaturity and division with the pathetic nicknames you give to those you view as political or personal opponents, to include the news media as a whole. You constantly “rope-a-dope” the American people through your continuous state of, mostly, self-inflicted crisis. You consistently come off as a conceited, uneducated fool whenever you use euphemisms like “best ever”, “huge”, or “believe me”. You use blatant nepotism with the political appointments of your own family members, who cannot even pass a security clearance investigation. You bring animosity, lies, and discord wherever you go. Through your ineptitude at international relations and domestic policy, you risk alienating long standing allies of this nation. You isolate people within your own cabinet with your irrational and erratic behavior. You say that you want to make America great again, but you completely disregard critical aspects of America, like checks and balances on executive power, that made us a great nation in the first place. You are pushing this country towards an exceptionally precarious and dangerous path. whether this foolishness is a result of your inability to take criticism or your apparently paltry interpersonal skills is immaterial. The simple fact is, you have done an exceptionally poor job of leading this country. You come off as a shallow little man who refuses to learn from his failures; you make the job of defending this great nation more and more difficult by the day. This Mr. Trump is your feedback, contrary to your own proclamations, you are not the best at everything, especially at being the President of the United States.

Now that I have scratched the surface with regard to your job performance, allow me to tell you a story, though the ending to this story rests entirely with you. Once upon a time, what seems like many years ago, I took a solemn vow to support and defend the constitution of our great nation against all enemies, foreign and domestic. I have upheld my oath on our own soil and overseas. I have seen Commanders in Chief come into office and leave office, but never have I seen such blatant misuse of power and outright misunderstanding of what it means to be the President of the United States as I see today; you have violated one of the key tenants of the constitution by sidestepping Congress. During the 2016 election, I found myself rather depressed with the options available for the head office. I realized that I could not, in good conscience, vote for any of the candidates because the lesser of two evils, is still evil. After the election results were in, I hoped, with every fiber of my being, that you would not turn the Presidency, and this nation, into a reality show. It seems that hope does not stand a chance against reality. You, Mr. Trump, have proven that you are one of the evils that I mentioned. Furthermore, you are a domestic enemy who willfully dismisses the U.S. Constitution whenever it suits you. You propagate the very tyranny that our founding fathers sought to defeat. As a citizen of this nation, empowered by our Declaration of Independence to end tyranny, I request, your immediate resignation from the office of the President of the United States of America.

We the People