A retired English teacher who received a letter from President Trump sent the correspondence back to the White House with some edits and corrections in purple ink.
Yvonne Mason, who taught English composition in public schools in Greenville, SC, for 17 years, scribbled in notes, which draw attention among other things to capitalization. In total, she found 11 cases of capitalization errors, including for words such as "federal" and "President," in which common nouns were misrepresented as proper names.
"I have never received a letter with so many stupid mistakes," said Mason Greenville News. She said that she decided not to give the White House any marks, but told the news agency, "If it had been written in middle school, I would give it a C or C-plus [and] if it had been written in high
The White House letter came in response to one she asked Trump to deal with the family members of the victims of the deadly shootout. Englisch: www.mjfriendship.de/en/index.php?op…27&Itemid=47 Parkland, Fla.
Mason said the letter she acknowledges was unlikely to have been written by Trump herself, did not respond directly to her request as it was generally general Speaking about school safety.
For comparison, the woman told Sen. Lindsey Graham, RS.C., "writes exquisite letters."