Donald Trump’s “letter writing campaign” is having its best week ever, with people flocking to the White House and sharing letters and photos on social media.
The president’s letters to congressional leaders are hitting the Whitehouse inbox at a record pace and are being shared widely, with thousands of letters received and thousands of photos shared.
Here’s a look at what’s happening so far:The letter from the president to the Senate Majority Leader:On Wednesday, Trump sent letters to Senators Chuck Schumer and Chuck Schumer, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Kamala Harris.
In his letter, Trump called the leaders “good people,” adding that he wanted to thank them for their work in Congress and said that he was very proud of their achievements.
The letter also included a photo of Schumer and Pelosi with the caption “You’re the real deal.”
The letter to the House Speaker:On Thursday, Trump delivered a letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan, also known as the “Speaker of the House,” saying that “we all know the House and Senate must work together to pass a great American health care bill.
The President wants to thank you and your team for all your hard work.
It’s going to be a great bill.
And I hope that it’s a great health care plan that works for all of you.
I hope you will support the legislation and support our nation.
And if you don’t, I will take that very seriously.”
The president sent another letter to Sen. Bernie Sanders, a Democratic socialist from Vermont, saying, “I am proud to be the first President to visit the Capitol and thank you for your dedication to your job and the work you do on behalf of our country.
I look forward to working with you and the entire Congress to get it done.
Thank you again.”
The Senate Majority Whip letter:On Friday, Trump wrote a letter thanking Sen. Lindsey Graham, a Republican from South Carolina, for his “wonderful work on behalf the people of South Carolina and I thank you personally for the courage you have shown to stand up to your party’s leadership and say no to this President.
Your leadership is inspiring.
You are one of the most talented men and women in our country, and your work is truly amazing.
I’m sure you will continue to make history in your lifetime.”
The White House responded to the letters on Twitter.
The WhiteHouse responds to letters sent by @realDonaldTrump: pic.twitter.com/hXg9r7g2Xe — WhiteHouse (@WhiteHouse) October 25, 2021In his letter to Schumer, Trump said that his administration will take “strong action to help make healthcare affordable for Americans who need it.”
The President says his health care policy will work to make healthcare “affordable for all Americans.”
The health care law is the first law in American history to cover health care for people with pre-existing conditions, as well as to expand Medicaid.
“With this legislation, we will do more to lower costs, protect patients, and make sure all Americans have access to quality health care,” Trump wrote.
“We will also put the American worker first, invest in infrastructure and clean water, and support farmers and small businesses in the states that are struggling to stay afloat and grow.
It is our hope that all Americans will have access and will be able to find the care they need.”
The letters to the leaders are part of a larger campaign from the WhiteHouse to engage the public with the president’s administration, which has received more than 2 million letters from citizens since Trump took office.