Dear Mr. President: Lately you have been tweeting and talking a LOT about how the Mueller investigation is a "witch hunt." It's not a witch hunt. According to the Merriam Webster dictionary, a "witch hunt" is "the searching out and deliberate harassment of those (such as political opponents) with unpopular views." You and your campaign colleagues and the thirteen indicted Russian nationals aren't being investigated because your views are unpopular. A grand jury--that is 16 to 23 of your fellow citizens chosen randomly--is monitoring the evidence and recommendations produced by an investigation conducted by a duly appointed special counsel. The investigation has produced real results: nineteen people have either been indicted or have pleaded guilty to crimes. That number includes thirteen Russian nationals and three Russian companies indicted for identity theft and conspiracy in relation to a propaganda campaign designed to influence the 2016 election. It includes four former advisors of yours who have pleaded guilty to lying about, among other things, contacts with Russians.  Your former campaign advisor, Paul Manafort, is wearing TWO ankle bracelets. Taken all together, Mr. President, that is not a witch hunt--it's a legitimate criminal investigation. In my opinion, you should stop calling it a witch hunt... it makes you sound guilty.