White Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is a dedicated staffer, and President Donald Trump is happy to have her in his team. Sarah has to put up with difficulties of any kind, but this time she encountered something… nice. People love her, and she loves everyone. Sarah is a caring person, and she proved that with her latest gesture.
Sarah keeps the tradition of answering letters addressed to President Donald Trump. This time she read the letter signed by Natalie, and there’s something awesome about it. The girl offered to cook for the Trump family. Wonder what inspired her to make this suggestion? Natalie and her cousin love to cook!
Here’s what Natalie wrote in her letter for the President.
“Dear Mr. President,
I’m Natalie and I’m 11 years old, almost 12. My cousin, Celia, who is 8 years old, and i, have loved to cook since we practically were born. If you don’t believe me, check out the pictures we’ve enclosed. We are more than cousins, we are best friends.
From the time we were very little, we’ve helped our nona in the kitchen, therefore, we are very good cooks for little girls.
The reason I’m writing is to offer you an amazing opportunity. We would love to cook for you and your family at your home. Or, you are most welcome to come to my house if you’d prefer. It would be such an honor to make you a meal. We don’t think you get many home cooked meals, since you are always so busy and we read that you only sleep four hours a night.
Please, please call us and let us cook for you!
P.S. Our pop-pop says that you’re doing a great job. Thank you for keeping us safe.”
Sarah was super thrilled to read the letter, and said that President Trump actually accepted her offer. “Natalie, I’m happy to tell you that I talked to the President about your letter this morning, and he and the First Lady would like to take you up on your very kind offer. We have an amazing kitchen and culinary staff here at the White House, and the President and First Lady would like for you to come over and work alongside them sometime very soon. He said to tell your pop-pop and nona hello, and to tell your mother congratulations for raising such a brave and talented little girl. Most importantly, he said to tell you to always believe in yourself and know that, in America, you can achieve anything through hard work, determination, and perseverance. And sometimes, you just need to take a chance and put yourself out there. That’s exactly what you did with your letter, and we’re excited to meet you in person soon,” Sarah said.
What do you think about this? Would you ever do anything similar?