Dear Mr. President,

I am proud to be a first-generation immigrant Korean woman Republican candidate for
the US House of Representatives. I immigrated to the United States from Korea when I
was 26 years old, I have been an educator, entrepreneur, and pastor.
I supported myself through school and have a Master's of Theology and finished master education, Also, I have a Doctor of Business Administration and have a Ph.D. in Sales and Marketing and a second Ph.D. in Biblical Preaching. 
I have managed to acquire an immense level of success through a long list
of accomplishments ranging from IT and Global Banking companies, real estate
investments, legal services firms, and the medical field.
As a non-profit organization CEO, I have to lead an organization that aims to produce managers, youth leaders, and women leaders
in the fields of IT professionals, technology education, professional training courses,
and women's leadership for mainstream and Korean communities.

I would like you to know that I support all of your initiatives and believe that you are the
greatest president that our nation has ever had. I make that quite clear in my speeches,
one of which is enclosed with this letter.

As a legal immigrant to this country, I am appalled that anyone would oppose the wall or
think that it is ok to have a sanctuary city. I think that your policy of reducing illegal
immigration and reform the legal immigration system is exactly what this country needs.

The economy is doing great thanks to your economic plan to lower individual and
corporate taxes cut regulations and end trade deficits.

I believe that we should undo Obamacare, cut drug prices and reform Medicaid. We
need to replace the Affordable Care Act. We should require immigrant-visa applicants to
prove they can obtain health insurance within 30 days of entering the U.S. or cover their
own health costs.

I think that your education plan to increase federal charter school grants to support
education is a great idea.

You have faced much criticism for the U.S.-China trade war that exposed roughly 11
million U.S. workers to tariffs, after they rose from 10%-25%. You did a great thing for
the farmers when you provided $8.52 billion to offset the impact. You did not back down or kick
the can down the road like so many previous leaders and for that I admire you.

Finally, I was amazed that you were the first sitting U.S. president to enter North Korea.
I support you for dedicating yourself to working for peace in the Korean Peninsula in
order to prevent similar atrocities that happened to my family. I lost a great man,
my grandfather, because of the Korean War. I was never able to meet my grandfather
because of the Korean War, and only ever heard about his achievements from my

I hope that I get the chance to work with you and continue your legacy of Making
America Great Again!


Dr. Sarah Sun Liew
Republican Candidate of Congressional  CA district 33 

Contact : 424-343-7025