Insolent immigrant Trump

I don’t know what young Donald was taught in his exclusive private school, but, if respect was in the curriculum, he failed that class with a flying…”F.”

Certainly, we had hoped he might become more mindful of what comes out of his mouth once he became “president of all the people.” But, to paraphrase Barack Obama’s book, “The Audacity of Hope,” what we are left with so far in the Trump regime is the “audacity of arrogance.”

This is no more clearly illustrated than in the manner in which Trump has consistently offended Native Americans from ignoring treaty rights and sacred land issues to outright mockery in so many words.

On this matter, I bow to give this blog over to the words of Dene National Chief, Bill Erasmus,  by posting here an open letter sent out by the Dene National Office on Monday, February 13.

Note: if you cannot read this letter on your computer, please contact me at theunlikelystudent.com and I will send you the transcript in another form.

For now, I leave you, reader, with his words …

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