In a letter to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Sen. Chuck Schumer (D/NY) outlined how to write a letter with specific examples and recommendations for how to respond to President-elect Donald Trump.
In a piece on the Huffington Post titled “How to Write a Letter to Your Congressman About Donald Trump,” Schumer outlined how he used a form letter that he created specifically for Trump to write his letter to Pelosi.
“To the Editor:Dear Speaker Pelosi,We write to inform you of the letter you sent to President Donald J. Trump and your thoughts on his campaign.
The letter, entitled, Dear Speaker Pelosi:Dear Congressman Trump:Congratulations to you and your team for winning the presidential election, and we appreciate your consideration of our letter,” Schumer wrote.
“As you know, we have received an unprecedented number of letters from across the country regarding your campaign.
This year’s letters are more than 4,000 letters, and many of you were shocked by the level of negativity we received from people.
You may also have noticed that many of these letters were negative in nature.
“I believe that you have an obligation to speak out in support of our campaign, and to help make our country stronger. “
In this letter, we will highlight a number of ways you can do that, and highlight how we can work together to make our democracy a better place.” “
I believe that you have an obligation to speak out in support of our campaign, and to help make our country stronger.
In this letter, we will highlight a number of ways you can do that, and highlight how we can work together to make our democracy a better place.”
The letter also outlines the steps for writing a letter that is specific enough to address a specific topic.
For example, the letter outlines the letter should address:1.
The importance of the election to the country2.
The challenges facing the country in 20183.
The need for a President with a record of working across the aisle4.
The role that the people of the country have in this election5.
The future of our country and its future6.
The urgent need for your office to address the issues raised in the letter7.
The president-elect’s proposed policies for America8.
The needs of the American people9.
Your plans for the future of the federal government10.
Your view of the role of the state in this country11.
Your views on the Trump administration and the direction that he intends to take it.12.
Your plan for how we will address our concerns about your campaign in the future13.
Your support for the President’s campaign14.
Your thoughts on how to improve our democracy in the coming year15.
Your experience with our campaign and the issues you raised16.
Your concerns about our election and the people who supported it17.
Your expectations about the role the federal office will play in the next administration18.
Your concern about our country’s future and the future role the United States government will play19.
The impact that your election will have on the world and the international community20.
Your response to the president-voting process and the potential effects on our democracy21.
Your commitment to the work that our country will undertake to secure our nation’s future21.
Our country’s commitment to freedom and equality22.
Your vision for America and our nation23.
Your position on issues that you and our country face in 201824.
Your hopes for our future in the United Nations and the world25.
Your faith in the American political system26.
Your willingness to serve our country as President-Elect Trump27.
Your confidence in the president’s ability to lead the United Americans28.
Your determination to continue working to strengthen the United America29.
Your ideas on how the U.S. government can be more responsive to the people in this nation30.
Your beliefs about the future direction of our nation31.
Your feelings about the office you will hold in 201832.
Your belief that our democracy and our society should be better served through the election of a president with a positive and open approach to the issues that confront us.3.
In the letter, Schumer also recommends a number types of letter formats, including:1) The short, single-spaced letter that addresses the single issue at hand.2) The multiple-spacing, multi-columned, and double-spaces letters that address different topics in the same letter.3) The single-space, single word letter that discusses a topic for 30 or more words.4) The three-space-or-less-word letter that answers a question for more than 30 words.5) The five-space letter that responds to multiple questions in the form of a series of questions.6) The seven-space or less-word note that answers questions about a specific issue in the three- and five-column form.7) The six-space note