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Kid's Letter to Trump Questioned by Social Media Critics

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders posted an image of the letter praising Trump on Twitter. (Twitter/@SHSanders45)

By    |   Thursday, 27 Jul 2017 02:53 PM

Social media critics are questioning a kid's letter written to President Donald Trump that was read by White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Wednesday during her first press briefing in the position.

The letter was written by 9-year-old Dylan, who said he was known as “Pickle.” Dylan wrote that Trump is his “favrit president” and that he had a Trump-themed birthday with a cake in the shape of Trump’s hat. He asked Trump several questions, including, “How much monny do you have?” and “can we be friends?”

During the briefing, Sanders said she hoped Dylan would come for a White House tour if he ever came to Washington. She also answered his questions about Trump.

Reading the letter was something Sanders said was designed to “remind us a little bit more often about some of the forgotten men, women and children that we’re here to serve and that the president is fighting for,” and added that other letters may be read in the future.

Twitter reacted strongly to the letter, with many questioning whether it was really written by a 9-year-old (referencing “pickle truthers”) and others calling it “propaganda” and making snarky jokes about it.

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Social media critics are questioning a kid's letter written to President Donald Trump that was read by White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Wednesday during her first press briefing in the position.
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