Sarah Huckabee Sanders reads moving letter to the president from 9-year-old — this is what it says
Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Wednesday read a moving letter from a 9-year-old boy named Dylan — who prefers to go by “Pickle” — praising the president and asking him questions about his life and the White House.
Sanders, kicking off her first briefing as the White House Press Secretary, noted that the Trump administration was going to begin doing things differently for the press.
“We’re going to start the White House briefing every once in a while with a letter or an e-mail that we may receive,” she began, “[from] some of the forgotten men, women, and children.”
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With that, she launched into a sweet letter to the president asking his age, how much money he has, how large the White House is, and why people don’t seem to like him much, among other things.
“I like you so much that I had a birthday about you,” the young boy wrote. “My cake was the shape of your hat,” he said, and began asking questions of the president.