If you could say one thing to President Trump, what would you say?
Amir Radmand, junior
“What I would tell him is to stick to his word and not do things that are going to harm the economy and to listen to other people who actually know what they’re doing because he is more of a businessman and he is not a politician. So he doesn't know that what he’s doing is going to harm the country in the long run.”
Tariq Salvi, junior
“I think that he needs to chill. Especially on immigration. A lot of people that are trying to come into the country need a home, and he’s making it really hard for them.”
Saya Ameli, sophomore
“I’d definitely tell him to get a therapist because I think he needs it. Honestly, maybe every president should have one because it’s a lot of stress, maybe he can’t take it. Resign. I can’t visit any of my grandparents, or any of my family and relatives, and they can’t visit us. And I can’t visit any other country. I’d probably tell him to at least care about two years from now, when ...
Spencer Nusbaum, senior
“Prioritize the people of your country, try to care more about the people you’re leading and be a national leader as opposed to just taking on issues.”
Jonah Fox, sophomore
“I would ask him, what was your strategy in somehow getting such a large percentage of Americans to believe the atrocities that he throws out every single day and the fact that no matter what he says how do you get people to still rally behind you. That, because I’m genuinely interested.”
Noam Scully, sophomore
“Start reading more, educate yourself, don’t be so harsh on immigrants, appoint better staff who know what they’re doing, and I’d ask him to resign.”