Dear Mr. President – April 6, 2020

Dear Mr. President,

I read that you were on TV again for hours over the weekend. Sorry I missed your incredible presentation of an update on the President’s Corona Virus Task Force’s work. I thought I would catch it today but I fell asleep for awhile so I didn’t get it all. I don’t know about you but I need a nap every day. There’s just so much going on and there is so much to do. How do you do it all without a nap? And VP Pence? You keep telling us that he is hardly sleeping. Now he’s also barely speaking.

Anyhow, I listened for about half an hour and I think I heard a lot of what you had to say last week. It didn’t sound like there was anything new to report. Maybe VP Pence was going to tell us something new but you got there first. Apparently, it’s going to be a tough week or week and a half even though “there is light at the end of the tunnel” and pretty much everything is “incredible”. It’s so sad that anything that is going so “great” can be twisted by the Fake News to be something mean or nasty. I can’t believe that reporters don’t want to be nice and to only ask mean questions. I did hear you yell at them and berate several by calling them names! Does Melania know that sometimes you call people names that are not “Be Best” words to say?

By the way, people have created so much humor during this awful time and it’s been great to laugh. Have you seen any of it? Like the one on a new version of how many days in a month? “Thirty days has September, April, June and November; all the rest have 31 except March which had 8,000”. Kind of funny, right?

I did hear that some of the health front line workers are not able to laugh about anything yet. They are too tired, scared and still don’t have enough protective equipment. Here’s another good one that a friend, Shira, sent to me that I wanted to pass on to you. It’s a letter from the word Incredible. I’ll quote a bit of it; “We self-respecting adjectives can’t take much more of your semi-literate babble. Each of us has served a specific purpose to convey singularity, the basic purpose of sophisticated lexicons since Antiquity. My colleague, TREMENDOUS, is miffed at being constantly misused. Our beloved descriptor, BEAUTIFUL, is falling about laughing. Poor PERFECT is on suicide watch.” It goes on but you get the point.

I encourage you to take a nap and allow the members of the President’s Corona Virus Task Force to update us on today’s information and we promise to remember the information from last week and from March, February and even January. You don’t need to repeat it. We are tremendous students. The best in the world. Nobody is better at remembering what you say and how you said it.

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