Resignation letter to the US president(4 samples)

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Resignation letter to the US president(4 samples)

This blog post will show samples of “resignation letters to the US president.”

Writing a “resignation letter to the US president.”

When writing a “resignation letter to the US president,” these are some of the things that you need to keep in mind.

  • The first step is to tell the president about leaving your position and the final work date. Keep it short as the essential part of the letter is the last date of your work.
  • Indicate the reason you are leaving your job. It would be best to be polite as you will leave a positive impression on the president. Maintain your composure when drafting the letter.
  • Finally, thank the president for the position and the opportunities you have enjoyed during your work period.
  • Ensure you proofread your letter before sending it to your employer. You can send the letter to your family and friend to check for grammatical errors.

Sample 1: “Resignation letter to the US president”

“The President

The White House

Washington, DC 20500

Dear Mr President:

By this letter, I tender my resignation as Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission, effective August 1, 2003.

It has been a great privilege to serve on the Commission for nearly 6 years. My colleagues, present and former, including your appointee, Chairman Muris, are individuals of dedication and fairness, who reflect a mutual desire to serve American consumers and protect markets from anti-competitive practices. I am honored to have played a part in these important missions.

Respectfully,

Sheila F. Anthony

Commissioner”

Sample 2: “Resignation letters to the US president”

“The President

The White House

Washington, D.C. 20500

Dear Mr President:

It has been my privilege and honor to serve you and this great country for the past three years.   Unfortunately, I have found it extremely difficult to balance the requirements of the office with time for my family.   Consequently, I have concluded that the time has come for me to return to the private sector to allow me to spend more time with them, and I am writing to resign as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Tax Policy.   To allow for a smooth transition, Secretary Snow requested that my resignation be effective after the completion of the fiscal year 2005 budget.

Under your leadership, we have taken important steps toward a tax system consistent with our values and our best interests as a nation.   Your principles, your values, and your commitment to doing what is right have resulted in change far beyond the incremental change that too often marks our progress.   I am proud of what we have accomplished over the last three years and pleased to have had the opportunity to play a role in promoting policies that have resulted in economic growth and job creation.   We have also taken important steps over the last three years to restore the confidence of American taxpayers in the tax system, which was shaken by the excesses of the 1990s.   I appreciate the opportunity that I have had to work with the talented staff of the Office of Tax Policy and the Internal Revenue Service to achieve those goals.  

May God bless you as you continue to lead our country.

                                                Very truly yours,

                                                            Pamela F. Olson”

Sample 3: “Resignation letter to the US president”

“President Donald J. Trump

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20500

Dear Mr. President:

I write to inform you that I will be stepping down from the Federal Election Commission effective

July 3, 2020. It has been my honor to serve this great nation as a Member of the Commission since

2008.

My record at the FEC reflects my strong commitment to the oath I swore upon taking office, to

support and defend the Constitution of the United States. As Commissioner, I fought to protect

Americans’ First Amendment rights to free speech and association and to administer the laws as

written by Congress and interpreted by the courts, rather than as some wished them to be. I fought

against unnecessary government regulations and unfair enforcement actions; to promote

transparency and consistency in the FEC’s operations, and to ensure due process in its dealings

with the American people. These battles were often hard-won, and I am proud of our many

accomplishments.

The FEC would benefit greatly from new faces and fresh perspectives. It needs Commissioners

who will respect the First Amendment, understand the limits of the FEC’s jurisdiction, and

remember that Congress established the FEC to prevent single-party control, with every significant

a decision requiring bipartisan approval. One Commissioner — who has served for more than

a decade past the expiration of her term — routinely mischaracterizes disagreements among

Commissioners about the law as “dysfunction,” rather than a natural consequence of the FEC’s

unique structure misrepresents the jurisdiction of the agency and deliberately enables outside

groups to usurp the Commission’s role in litigation and chill protected speech. The American

people deserve better.

Thank you for allowing me the privilege to serve.

 Sincerely,

 Caroline C. Hunter

 Commissioner”

Sample 4: “Resignation letter to the US president”

“November 21, 1944

My dear Mr. President:

It is with inexpressible disappointment that I find it necessary, for considerations of health, to retire from public service. I, therefore, with the utmost regret, tender herewith my resignation as Secretary of State.

It is a matter of special satisfaction to me that throughout my almost twelve years at the Department of State, our relations have been uniformly and invariably agreeable and that, by our joint efforts, many difficult tasks growing out of the foreign relations of this country before and during this war have been brought to partial or full completion; many great questions have been faced successfully, and many forward movements of surpassing importance to friendly relations among Nations have been instituted.

As the war draws to a close there remains a vast area of complex and difficult conditions and problems which must be dealt with in the months and years immediately ahead. It is a supreme tragedy to me personally that I am unable to continue making my full contribution to such great international undertakings as the creation of the postwar peace organization, the solution of the many other problems involved in the promotion of international cooperation, and the final development of a complete structure of world order under law.

When I recover my strength, I shall individually be always at your service in every possible way.

Sincerely yours,

CORDELL HULL”

Frequently Asked Questions: Writing a “resignation letter to the US president.”

When should you offer your resignation notice?

In government offices, the minimum resignation notice time is one month. However, it is considered short notice; the best time to give your boss a resignation letter is two months before your last day.

How do I resign from the federal government?

When resigning from your position, be clear, concise, and respectful. The HR places the letter of resignation in a permanent file. If you ever apply for another job in the federal government, the new hiring agency can see your previous letter of resignation.

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Citations

https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/news/speeches/letter-resignation

https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/resignation.letter

https://www.publicsectorpeople.com.au/blog/2021/12/how-to-write-a-resignation-letter-for-your-public-sector-job