Letter to the Editor: President Trump shouldn’t attack journalists

Kaytlin Frank, Staff Reporter

Dear Editor,

I think people have the right to make any article they want with any opinion. The President shouldn’t attack the journalists because he doesn’t like what they are saying about him, but of course when they say good things about him he’s okay with it.  John Adams, the 2nd president of the United State’s “The liberty of the press is essential to the security of freedom.”

People have the right to speak and write about what they want, it’s in the First Amendment. “Our tradition of a free press as a vital part of our democracy is as important as ever.”- Ronald Reagan. According to the Boston Globe “For more than two centuries, this foundation American principle has protected journalists at home and served as a model for free nations abroad. Today it is under serious threat”   You would think the President out of all people wouldn’t try to violate what’s in the amendment and try to stop people from speaking or writing what they have to say about him. “Journalists are not the enemy” – Boston Globe Editorial.