Guy's 'Fabulous Letter' Perfectly Trolls Trump Without Even Mentioning His Name
Donald Trump, the Republican nominee for president, is not exactly someone you'd describe as modest.
The real estate mogul once wrote in a Facebook post,
Show me someone without an ego, and I'll show you a loser - having a healthy ego, or high opinion of yourself, is a real positive in life!
His ego has definitely been on display throughout this election cycle in which he's constantly bragged about his wealth and success, providing us all with rich quotes like,
I'm Donald Trump, I wrote 'The Art of the Deal.' I say not in a braggadocious way: I've made billions of billions of dollars making deals all over the world, and I want to put that talent to work for this country.
And, you can't forget this quote from Trump about his vocab, too.
Well, one man named Terry Vaught decided to try to give Donald Trump a taste of his own medicine.
The Florida resident wrote a hilarious letter to the editor of the Tampa Bay Times, mocking the New York billionaire's tendency to brag about himself.
The letter, which was published earlier this month and doesn't actually say Donald Trump's name, said,
I write fabulous letters. If you read all the letters I have written, you would agree. You would love them. Other letter writers are weak, soft and out of touch. I'm not like that, and I'm sure if you are reading this you aren't either. This paper really needs great letters, and I am awesome at letter writing. Other letter writers might attack me, but then they go away. They don't have what it takes to keep writing great letters. I have what it takes to write the best letters. Letter writers who disagree need to be punched in the face and run out of town.
Terry Vaught, you are a true American hero. Nicely done.
Read the full letter here.
Citations: Man Trolls Donald Trump In 'Greatest Ever Letter' To A Newspaper Editor (Huffington Post), Sunday's letters: Purple Heart isn't a political prop (Tampa Bay Times), Donald Trump opens the debate by bragging about making 'billions of dollars' (Business Insider)