Dear Oval Office Occupant: Letters to the White House in the Age of Trump

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City Limits Publishing

Dear Oval Office Occupant: Letters to the White House in the Age of Trump

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When Donald Trump was elected president, Kathy Hayes was stunned. He didn’t have relevant experience or qualifications. He mocked women, immigrants, veterans, and the disabled. He had presided over a string of bankruptcies, lawsuits and a bogus university. She knew she couldn’t remain silent. On Dec. 1, 2016, she wrote him an old-fashioned paper letter, put it in an envelope with a stamp and mailed it. Then she wrote another, and another. Beginning on Inauguration Day, the letters became a daily discipline.

What began as a simple act of protest morphed into much more: a chronicle of current events and presidential misdeeds; a journal of her frustrations and fears; and the birth story of an unlikely activist.

With flashes of humor, poignancy and righteous anger, Hayes’s letters document the struggles of an ordinary citizen trying to make sense of a presidency like no other.

Entertaining and inspiring, Dear Oval Office Occupant: Letters to the White House in the Age of Trump challenges readers to find within themselves the courage to speak truth to power.

** Pre-order your copy now! Releasing December 1, 2020 **

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