"America didn’t stop being America last night and we didn’t stop being Americans and here’s the thing about Americans: Our darkest days have always — always — been followed by our finest hours."
Sorkin started the letter with the same kind of stunned grief that radiated through the mostly pro-Clinton Hollywood since Tuesday.
"For the next four years, the President of the United States, the same office held by
What, Sorkin asked, does his family do now?
"First of all, we remember that we’re not alone," he wrote. "A hundred million people in America and a billion more around the world feel exactly the same way we do. ... We’ll (expletive) fight. (Roxy, there’s a time for this kind of language and it’s now.) We’re not powerless and we’re not voiceless."
Sorkin finished the letter by noting that the "battle isn't over, it's just begun."
"Grandpa fought in
Read the full letter at Vanity Fair.
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