A friend just shared a health care "letter", sent (seemingly) from "The White House".
Upon reading it, I asked: "Was this written by some lazy, entitled high school freshman?!"
Clearly, the letter's not legit...or is it?
I asked my friend from where the letter originally came.
He said, "From the same email address that sends the daily Trump White House updates. Best guess -- when I was on the road and had my email auto response activated, they sent a daily blast and my auto response was taken as some kind of inquiry about health care (which of course it wasn't)."
Regardless, I couldn't prevent the grammar police from pulling out the red pen.
And so, channeling my inner high school English teacher, I offer you the letter, followed by my suggestions:
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