A letter to my president
A letter to my president —
Dear President Trump,
My wife, Diane, and I want you to know how much we appreciate your dedication to our fundamental Christian values. We pray for you daily that God will continue to strengthen you and your family in the upcoming days.
Our hats are off to you on how you lowered taxes while unemployment was reduced to 3.7%, the lowest in history. Thank you for supporting our police, for fighting for the unborn to live and not die, for protecting our borders from criminals and drug dealers, for fighting for the American worker by keeping jobs in the U.S.A.
Thank you so much for nullifying the Iran deal made by Joe Biden, Barack Obama and John Kerry, the one where we gave Iran a license to build a nuclear program. Biden, Obama and Kerry should have been charged with treason. Their brains must have fallen out of their heads on that one.
Please know this — millions are supporting and praying for you. Please don’t get weary but continue on for the victory. We all need you. Just as the people of Israel held up the arms of Moses when he got fatigued during battle, we are holding up your arms in the same way. Continue to run the race until we win. As Americans, we love this country and we will not sell out to liberal Democrats who want to destroy it.
Unlike previous leaders (I use the term loosely), you had the courage to move our embassy to Jerusalem, where it belongs. Supporting Israel is your legacy. God said those who bless Israel will be blessed, and those who are against Israel will be cursed. Thank you for your stand on Israel.
Be assured, Mr. President, God wanted you in the White House long before you had thought of it and now is the time to rely on Him more than ever. May God guide you in all your decisions concerning this country.
And thank you, Melania, for restoring dignity to the White House. No one has ever displayed more class and dignity as a first lady than you. We continue to pray daily for you and your family. May God bless you in all ways.