The most 'presidential president' since Abraham Lincoln is now officially endorsed by a nine-year-old boy called Dylan

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Just when you thought the Donald Trump bandwagon couldn’t get more bizarre, it just did.

Newly-appointed deputy White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders marked her debut by announcing her intention to periodically read out letters of support sent to the President.

It was an initiative, she said, to honour the “forgotten men, women and children” the President is fighting for. 

First up was an offering from nine-year-old Trump supporter Dylan, whose surname sounded like Harbin but it was deleted in a tweet later posted by Sanders.

His letter was a ringing endorsement of Trump, “his favourite president”.

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President: Donald Trump at a recent rally in Ohio (Getty Images)

It read: “My name is Dylan but everybody calls me Pickle. I am nine years old and you’re my favourite president.

“I like you so much I had a birthday about you. My cake was the shape of your hat.”

The letter also asked: “How much money do you have?” Ms Sanders laughed and responded: “Dylan, I’m not sure but I know it’s a lot.”

Dylan continued: “I don’t know why people don’t like you”, to which Ms Sanders commented: “Me neither, Dylan.”

She then read out the boy’s request to make friends with the President, adding: “I’m happy to say I directly spoke to the President, Dylan, he would be more than happy to be your friend.” 

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Deputy White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders speaks to the media at an on-camera press briefing (EPA)

The letter concluded: “My picture is in here so if you see me you can say hi. Your friend, Dylan.”

After then announcing that the president gave his second quarter salary of $100,000 to the US dept of education, she was said to have left the room to howls of protest from a bemused White House press pack.


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