Chelsea Clinton’s stunning letter to US President exposed: ‘Don’t go there!’ | World | News

Chelsea, 40, is the daughter of Bill and Hillary Clinton, and has been an outspoken person against Donald Trump over the past few years. She has branded the Trump administration “a collision of cruelty and incompetence” and even hit out at her former friend Ivanka, who is a senior adviser to the President. However, Mr Trump is not the first President that Chelsea has stood up to; in fact, her history of standing up to presidents started when she was just five years old.

She explained how she wrote her first political letter when on The Graham Norton in November show with her mother Hillary.

The pair recently wrote a book together and were on the British chat show promoting it.

While the guests were on the subject of children writing letters, Hillary revealed that Chelsea had written to Ronald Reagan when she was five.

The former presidential candidate said: “She just popped up one day and said she wanted to write to President Reagan.”

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Chelsea Clinton and her mother Hillary Clinton (Image: GETTY)

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President Ronald Reagan (Image: GETTY)

Chelsea explained that she used to read the newspaper when she was just five years old, and she had read that the President was going to visit Bitburg cemetery.

Mr Reagan’s visit to the German military cemetery in 1985 was designed to commemorate the end of World War 2 in Europe 40 years earlier.

However, it caused quite a controversy at the time, both in the US and around the world, when it became known that members of the Waffen-SS, the military arm of Nazi Germany’s SS, were buried there.

The SS, which was responsible for enforcing the Nazis’ horrifying racial policy, including the Holocaust, was judged to be a criminal organisation at the Nuremberg tirals

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Ronald Reagan visiting Bitburg cemetery (Image: GETTY)

Chelsea astonished the other guests by her awareness of these issues at such a young age.

She said: “I read that President Reagan was going on a state visit to what was in West Germany and he was going to visit Bitburg cemetery and at Bitburg there were Nazis buried there, including members of the SS leadership.

“And I didn’t think an American president should be going to pay his respects on behalf of our country at a place where Nazis were buried.”

Graham asked, amazed: “How old were you?”

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Graham Norton was astonished (Image: BBC)

Chelsea reiterated that she was five years old, but added that she had learned about Nazis from The Sound of Music.

She said she wrote a letter that said: “Dear Mr President, I have seen the Sound of Music.

“The Nazis were not nice people. Please don’t go to their cemetery.”

Nevertheless, Chelsea’s awareness of current affairs must have been astronomically higher than most other children her age.

She claimed the very first thing she learned to read was the newspaper, adding that it was “probably not surprising in my house”.

At the time, her father was the Governor of Arkansas and he later went on to be the 42nd President of the US.

Her mother rose to prominence as the First Lady and later served as a New York Senator, as Secretary of State and was the Democratic presidential nominee in 2016.

However, Chelsea also accidentally revealed a long-held “grudge” against her mother for not letting her have sugary cereal, as she told her story.

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Hillary and Chelsea Clinton on The Graham Norton Show (Image: BBC)

She said: “I read an article one day when I was five in the newspaper over my cheerios, that I have secretly put honey on top of because my mother wouldn’t let me have sugary cereal  she now spoils my children, but she didn’t let me!”

Graham cut in, saying: “Now that’s holding a grudge! ‘We’re going on that chat show and I’m going to bring up the honey on the cereal again!’”

Chelsea joked: “It wasn’t subtle enough, next time I’ll be more subtle.”

When she revealed what she had written to President Reagan about, Graham exclaimed: “Give her the honey!”

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