To the Editor:I am a 68-year-old woman and have been a Republican most of my life, but now I am an independent voter. I was unhappy with Donald Trump before the 2016 election and more than uncomfortable after the election. When he insisted that the inaugural celebration was the largest ever, alarms went off in my head.If I cannot believe the president about the numbers of people at an event, how can I believe him about more important issues? It seems to me that every time he speaks, he misrepresents facts about common situations. I truly believe that we are lucky not to be at war because of his personal shortcomings.I am not going to go over all the upsetting events that have happened since the election. My problem is that I do not understand how to do something about it. Why is Congress not confronting a president who is a true narcissist? Isn’t one of you strong enough to say enough is enough? This has nothing to do with policy opinions. My concern is about the morality of our country, about our reputation in the world and mostly about the safety of our citizens.Message to members of Congress who share my concerns: If you do not want to confront Mr. Trump, please explain why you do not see that our country is at risk with a leader like this.Mary B. HaikNew Canaan, Conn.