Much ado was made over the fact that, in the wake of racially charged events in Charlottesville, a number of presidential advisers resigned from their respective councils.
But the President’s Committee on the Arts & the Humanities took things a step further, resigning en masse under the leadership of actor Kal Penn:
The committee even used the letter to attempt one last creative swipe at the president, using the first letter of each paragraph to spell out “RESIST”:
But what Penn left out of both the letter and his comments is the fact that the 17-member committee had been created by President Barack Obama and had not yet even met with Trump.
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