When I was a little girl, my grandmother told me that we only talk to the President or the Secretary of State of the United States as we are a separate nation. That is why, now, as I am the Spokesperson for my nation, I am sending this to you and the Secretary of State.
In many of your speeches, you keep talking about the need “to heal the soul of the nation.” It is because of this phrase only that has compelled me to write to you.
Yesterday, when you said, “I will defend the Constitution...” then I hoped you were the right President we should approach. We are an Indigenous Nation in the middle of North America that has one of the last Treaties that were made with the United States in 1868. In Article VI of the U.S. Constitution it states: “...treaties are the supreme law of the land..” but it is like that Article has been completely forgotten in our case. So we are hoping you mean it when you said, “I will defend the Constitution...”.