Dear President Trump,
Hi, my name is Curtis Angelo. I am currently a senior at Fremont High School in Oakland, California.
If you’re going to be my President, I’m going to need you to really be on top of your game and be willing to put effort to apply the things people need in order to stay in their home without the gentrification environment I live in. If you’re going to take initiative in this big part, I would hope that you’ll give the support that people want and need. If you’re going to be elected as the President of the United States.
Congratulations, but also an apology, as you are going to have to deal with a lot of crap. What makes this country so great and terrible simultaneously is the abundance and diversity. What makes it great is the diversity itself, yet what makes it terrible is the lack of accepting diverse people. We need to be a more accepting country of race rights and gender rights. You cannot have peace without equality. All I ask is that you make sure that we morally are what the image of America is supposed to be.