An Apology From the President of The United States of America.
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In light of recent indecent comments reported via various news and social media sites regarding President Trump's views on Haitian and African peoples, I am requesting a sincere, legitimate, public apology on national television that also reaches these people groups for the words reported said by Mr. President himself, as well as plans/steps on how he and our government plan to work together to support these individuals to make them feel welcomed and loved, whether visitor or citizen.
This is important as to adhere and maintain the moral character of the presidency as it is such a high office and requires such great leadership. The words we say and actions we do affect future generations in how we model our lives and what we teach our children. America and her diversity are part of what make her beautiful but division and ignorance on such matters helps and serves nothing. If anything, we as a nation should be asking how we can help, rather than turn a blind eye and insult innocent, beautiful people.
I have had the blessing to travel both to Haiti and to Africa doing missions work over the last several years, and I find the comments to be rather offensive, vulgar and wrong, in need of at least an apology. Therefore, I, Jamie Wallin, of Winchester, KY, sign as the first signature on this petition requesting the before mentioned.
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