Third Grader Takes on Trump in ‘I Have a Dream’ Letter
News| | By Felissa Allard
While it seems many are shying away from attacking Republican president hopeful Donald Trump head on, one third grader from Ohio decided to take a stand. An assistant teacher in Columbus posted a letter his third grade student wrote to The Donald and it’s since gone viral.
In the letter, the student questions Trump’s controversial policies (a word we use lightly) on immigration. Trump has been espousing a policy of deportation and border closing in order to keep America safe. The student fashioned his letter after Martin Luther King Jr’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech. He started by saying, “I have a dream that Donald Trump will not be president.” The gist of his letter states that if “all Asians, Africans and Mexicans have to go back to their country” there will be a drastic reduction in the U.S. population plus that “most enginners [sic] are Indian” and that without them “their won’t be no tecnolegy [sic].” He ends by saying that without technology there would be no Netflix and without Netflix there’d be “no chill.” He adds that he would not want to live in a world without Netflix. Apparently, no one took the time to explain to the child what the phrase “Netflix and chill” actually means, but we’ll let his parents handle that one. If you don’t know, it’s worth a Google. The Donald has yet to respond, but we are waiting with bated breath.
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