A Letter To Our New President
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A Letter To Our New President

Because you are now the leader of our country, there are some things I want you to know.

A Letter To Our New President

Congratulations. Democracy has done its job, and you have been elected as our new leader. Hopefully, you will respect the office and the millions of people you now represent. As our new leader, there is something I want you to know... I will pray for you.

I will pray that you always do what is best for our country, not what is best for you or what is the easy decision to make. I know that there will be decisions you have to make that we the people will never know about. I know that won't be easy. Hopefully, you will make the right ones.

I pray that you think about the decisions you are making and how they will impact everyone you are representing. It doesn't matter how insignificant the impact might seem to you, every decision you make will affect all of us. I pray that you realize that.

I pray that you have the strength and the courage to actually make the tough decision. Doing the right thing isn't always easy, but it is necessary when you are a leader.

I pray that you are honest. It is easy for politicians to become corrupt. I hope that you stay honest in all that you do and do not get sucked into the lies and corruption that seem to surround the town in which you now live.

I pray you lead the country not just with honesty, but with morality. I pray that you truly recognize the difference between right and wrong and do not ignore the line that separates the two.

Being the president is not going to be an easy task. It may be more overwhelming than you expected at some points. Because of this, I pray for comfort and for calming. I pray that you are able to relax and get your head straight when you become overwhelmed.

I pray that you look out for us... the American people. The people that elected you into the office you now hold. The people whose lives you hold in your hands. The people that put their faith in you. The people that are trusting you to do the right thing for them. the people who are now waiting and hoping with their fingers crossed that everything will be okay.

I know this is not an easy 9-5 job, but a 24 hour a day job. I know that this will take a toll on you and your family, but it is my prayer that you stay strong. I pray for strength for both you and your family. I pray that you all will well representAmerica and all that we stand for.

I pray that you will help our country become a leading nation and not dig us further into the hole we are already in.

So again, congratulations and good luck.

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