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The daughter of comedian Patton Oswalt made a postcard for President Trump advising him to "calm down"

March 07, 2017 04:33 PM

Seven-year-old Alice Oswalt has two words — and two emojis — for President Donald Trump.

The daughter of comedian Patton Oswalt made a postcard for the notoriously temperamental president in which she advised him to “calm down.”

She illustrated her point with two emoji stickers, one of a smiley face wearing sunglasses (“Me,” she captioned) and another with its hands held to its face in horror (“You,” she wrote).

Oswalt tweeted a photo of his daughter proudly holding up the postcard addressed to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

“Alice just made this postcard for President Trump,” he wrote on Sunday. “I just mailed it.”

Oswalt himself has been a vocal critic of Trump since the election.

The week before inauguration, the comedian tweeted of a Trump news conference, “And just like that, Trump isn’t funny anymore. That press conference was … terrifying. We’re f—ed. Go be with your families. Hoard food.” Other recent tweets and retweets include:

Oswalt, whose wife, Michelle McNamara, died last April at the age of 46, recently wrote an emotional essay for GQ about his first year as a single parent.

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“This is my first time being a single father. I’ve missed forms for school,” he wrote. “I’ve forgotten to stock the fridge with food she likes. I’ve run out of socks for her. I’ve run out of socks for me. It sucked and it was a hassle every time, but the world kept turning. I said, ‘Whoops, my bad,’ and fixed it and kept stumbling forward.”

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“I’m going to keep going forward, looking stupid and clumsy and inexperienced at first, then eventually getting it, until the next jolt comes, and the next floor drops out from under me, until there are no more floors.”

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