- Child attacks Donald Trump‘s views on immigration in a handwritten letter
- Starts note with: ‘I have a dream that Donald Trump will not be president’
- Third grader said ‘most engineers are Indian’ and without technology there would be no Netflix and chill
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The child attacked the Republican presidential candidate’s controversial views in a letter which was later posted by Bayan Sabouri, an assistant teacher in Columbus, Ohio and widely shared online.
The note is headed with the ‘I have a dream’ line from civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.
A third grader has criticized Donald Trump’s position on immigration – by using a ‘Netflix and chill’ argument
It then says: ‘I have a dream that Donald Trump will not be president’ and starts to criticize his position on immigration.
The child wrote that if the billionaire tycoon were to move into the White House, ‘all Asians, Africans and Mexicans have to go back to their country’ resulting in a drastic reduction in the US population.
The third grader then suggests ‘most engineers are Indian’ and that without them ‘their won’t be no tecnolegy (sic).’
Criticism: The note is headed with the ‘I have a dream’ line from civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr
The child then argued that without technology there would be no Netflix and ‘without Netflix their’s (sic) no chill. Is that a world you want to live in – no!’
Trump has repeatedly come under the spotlight for his controversial views on immigration.
Days ago he again outlined a plan to build a ‘great wall’ between the United States and Mexico, which will have a ‘beautiful big door right in the middle’ for legal immigration.