October 13, 2020
Dear Mr. President,
Speaking of Nobel Prizes, you didn’t win the Nobel Peace Prize this year, but the Nobel Prize for Economics is shared by Robert Wilson and Paul Milgrom who is our classmate from Oak Park High School!!! Mazal Tov!!!!
It’s another beautiful day in Michigan. The colors are just about at peak and we’ve had sunshine and warm temperatures. Of course, it’s Michigan, so there could be a snowstorm this afternoon. Michigan’s temperature swings might be a metaphor for your campaign. Currently the polls in Michigan don’t look so good for you but there could be a big swing in your favor. Actually, it’s a bit like the expression “a snowball’s chance in Hell”. You know there is a place called Hell, Michigan, so if the temperature drops enough, maybe you could win the state.
You are a traveling man, traveling all around certain places to hold your incredible rallies, also known as “Super Spreader Events”. They are amazing feats of bravery, boldness and BS. My only worry is that the election is 3 weeks away and the spread of the DTVirus can occur in less than that time. You must be hoping that your fans will mail in their ballots during early voting periods before anyone gets sick or worse. You should worry that your non-fans aren’t going to these rallies and are following the CDC and Drs. Fauci/Birx health guidelines and are also voting now.
Since we are discussing your travels, I have a question. Who pays for the use of Air Force One? Do you rent it for the campaign stops? I know other presidents have combined public and political events and that seems to be legal, but what if you are using it only for campaign events? This question also applies to using the White House or the Rose Garden. Did your campaign reimburse the Federal Government for the use of the Peoples’ House and garden for the Republican convention and political rally? You really don’t need any more grief from financial inquiries.
Also, did you file last year’s taxes yet or do you need an extension?