Here’s The Scathing Letter Students From Trump’s Alma Mater Wrote Him (TEXT)

Donald Trump has essentially alienated every race, gender, nationality and pet on the planet. His toxic stew of racism and misogyny has been so vituperative that he’s managed to alienate equally offensive Republicans. In fact, his only support comes from his freakish and obnoxiously white family.

It’s no state secret that Donald Trump is a product of privilege who naturally can make something of himself after inheriting millions of dollars. His entire raison d’être is that he’s a super rich guy who knows people who get things done. and much like all working-class, blue-collar guys, Donald Trump attended the prestigious Wharton School of Business.

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But it seems even these future Wall Street sociopaths and job cremators are completely and utterly disgusted with Donald Trump, wanting nothing to do with him as stated in a scathing open letter to the orange buffoon. 600 faculty, former and current students of Wharton School of Business let the b*itchy mean girl have it and here’s what they had to say:

We, proud students, alumni, and faculty of Wharton,are outraged that an affiliation with our school is being used to legitimize prejudice and intolerance. Although we do not aim to make any political endorsements with this letter, we do express our unequivocal stance against the xenophobia, sexism, racism, and other forms of bigotry that you have actively and implicitly endorsed in your campaign. 

The Wharton community is a diverse community. We are immigrants and children of immigrants, people of color, Muslims, Jews, women, people living with or caring for those with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ community. In other words, we represent the groups that you have repeatedly denigrated, as well as their steadfast friends, family, and allies.

What a bunch of losers, right? You know things are not looking good for Donald Trump when his own fellow rich pr*cks want nothing to do with him.

Featured image via Gage Skidmore, Flickr/2016. Used under the Creative Commons image license.

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