As I explain in the below TikTok, recent allegations against Donald Trump give his alma mater (which he loves to brag about) a chance to revoke his degree. Watch the TikTok for an explanation of the allegations against Trump. If you're compelled, consider emailing Penn President Amy Gutmann (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or the Board of Trustees (email@example.com) with the below email draft:
Dear President Gutmann and the Board of Trustees,
My name is ________ and I'm writing as someone concerned about Penn's reputation. As I'm sure you're aware, Mary Trump alleged in her recent book, Too Much and Never Enough, that President Trump hired someone to take the SAT on his behalf. He allegedly used this score to gain admission to Penn after spending two years at Fordham.
I know that in the wake of last year's college admissions scandal, Penn implemented new policies that allow the University to revoke degrees of alumni who have engaged in misconduct (e.g., providing false information on an application, cheating on an exam).
Penn's motto roughly translates to "laws without morals are useless." I look forward to seeing how Penn applies its morals and values in the face of potential misconduct. Specifically, I'd like to see Penn's Board of Trustees launch an investigation into Trump's conduct. Thank you.