Old habits die hard for retired English teacher Yvonne Mason, who spent 17 years grading papers at public schools in Greenville, South Carolina. When Mason received an error-filled letter from President Donald Trump, she wasn't going to let him slide. According to the Greenville News, Mason made corrections in pen on the letter and mailed it back to the White House. "I have never, ever received a letter with this many silly mistakes," she said. The letter was in reply to one Mason sent regarding the February shooting in Parkland, Florida. She recognizes that the work is likely that of a White House staffer, but says, "When you get letters from the highest level of government, you expect them to be at least mechanically correct."
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