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Dear Mr Trump: Students pen searching questions

NDSHS students write to Mr Trump
NDSHS students write to Mr Trump

NOOSA District State High School Year 11 Social and Community Studies students have followed the United States Presidential debates in class.

The class wished to respond to some of the comments made by the Republican Party nominee for the President of the United States Donald Trump and decided to put some of their thoughts and questions to paper in a letter.

Letter writing is a topic the students have explored this term, so putting their skills to practice, the class wrote to Mr Trump asking him about his policies and to clarify some of the facts he referred to during his televised debate.

The Year 11 students hope Mr Trump will find the time to respond and eagerly await his reply.

Topics:  noosa district state high school us election 2016 us politics


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