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Regular Contributor @RaymondWPS
Dear Mr. President, I wholeheartedly admit you were not the one I wanted. I desperately wanted one of two people to be sworn in today when this whole process initially began after the 2014 midterms. One I could no longer support after finally discovering what a truly deplorable, treasonous human being she was. The other may be a better public speaker than his brother, but was totally spineless on the campaign trail and in debates. But you won. You won with promises to bring jobs back to America, to be tougher on border security, to protect all Americans against domestic and international terror threats.These are all great on paper. But don't allow companies to blackmail you into giving them tax incentives, only to move out anyway on some bogus loophole. Be tough on border security by allowing ICE to do their jobs and ending sanctuary cities that harbor violent criminals. But don't build an expensive wall on the back of American taxpayers; a wall that a liberal Democrat President will tear down as their first executive action, rendering your pet project a huge waste. And please stand by what you told people after Pulse and San Bernardino. Be as quick to address Russian Interference and Cyber Warfare as you are Islamic Extremist Terrorism. I thought I'd never get to reference one of my favorite television shows in reference to a President, but do you remember when you selected the late Joan Rivers over Annie Duke on the second season finale of Celebrity Apprentice? Annie lied, snaked her way through virtually every task, tossed everyone under the bus, and came to every boardroom acting as if she had done nothing wrong. Even in the final task, she blamed Joan for losing instead of making the best out of a bad situation. Joan was visibly shaken, properly defended herself against Annie's lies, and told you she deserved to win because she believes in winning with honor. Annie, like your opponent, raised far more money and appeared to be more likable and dignified. But you selected Joan to win because she was honest, an effective leader, and believed in winning with honor. When you get rare opportunities in this new position, remember what Joan said moving forward. It's great to win, but win with honor. Lead America with honor. You weren't the one I chose. And I'll be criticizing your every move. But I am rooting for you. And above all else, I am rooting for America. #YoureMyPresident