Have you ever written a letter to President Elect Donald Trump and received a response

Have you ever written a letter to President Elect Donald Trump and received a response?


I really hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Donald Trump doesn’t have time to read or answer his mail.
And since he became a candidate for President he probably isn’t even allowed to handle anything sent through the mail.
It’s just too easy for someone wishing to do him harm to sprinkle something nasty into the envelope or onto the paper.
Think about those “anthrax” letters that were sent to a number of political figures just a few years ago.

Email might be a bit safer, but again, don’t expect Trump to have time to read them.
I’m not even sure that he has a public email address.
Even if he published an email address, there would be a staff member or two assigned to read them and possibly respond to a few of them or just send an automated response.
If you’ve ever emailed your congressman or senator you might have received one of their standard “form emails” sent by a staffer that reads something like, “Thank you for your concern regarding X.
Senator Blowhard values the opinions of his constituents and wants you to know that he is working hard for you in Washington to address issues important to our state.
Blah, blah, blah.

I’m sure that there are a lot of well meaning fans out there who would like to congratulate him on winning the election or offer helpful suggestions, but the nature of the job that he is about to undertake just doesn’t allow for much time for such things.
On the other hand, if someone were to send him a threatening letter they might just receive a very personal response — from the Secret Service.
And that’s probably not going to be a very enjoyable experience.


Have you ever written a letter to President Elect Donald Trump and received a response?


I really hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Donald Trump doesn’t have time to read or answer his mail.
And since he became a candidate for President he probably isn’t even allowed to handle anything sent through the mail.
It’s just too easy for someone wishing to do him harm to sprinkle something nasty into the envelope or onto the paper.
Think about those “anthrax” letters that were sent to a number of political figures just a few years ago.

Email might be a bit safer, but again, don’t expect Trump to have time to read them.
I’m not even sure that he has a public email address.
Even if he published an email address, there would be a staff member or two assigned to read them and possibly respond to a few of them or just send an automated response.
If you’ve ever emailed your congressman or senator you might have received one of their standard “form emails” sent by a staffer that reads something like, “Thank you for your concern regarding X.
Senator Blowhard values the opinions of his constituents and wants you to know that he is working hard for you in Washington to address issues important to our state.
Blah, blah, blah.

I’m sure that there are a lot of well meaning fans out there who would like to congratulate him on winning the election or offer helpful suggestions, but the nature of the job that he is about to undertake just doesn’t allow for much time for such things.
On the other hand, if someone were to send him a threatening letter they might just receive a very personal response — from the Secret Service.
And that’s probably not going to be a very enjoyable experience.

Updated: 20.06.2019 — 1:00 pm

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