DML Daily Letter to the President (15)

Dear Mr. President:
I started the day by scratching my head. I could not understand why you failed to tweet out the unbelievable jobs numbers published by ADP on Thursday morning.  Private businesses added 253,000 new jobs in May, beating estimates by 80,000.

But as disappointed as I was that you missed such a great opportunity to send out a blockbuster tweet, by 3:30pm you had me back to being all smiles. By pulling out of the Paris agreement, not only did you keep your word to the American people, but you took a giant leap towards making America great again.

Your speech at the White House was remarkable.  Instead of denying the science and poking fun at the liberals who believe climate change is the biggest threat to America, you stood tall like a president and made a case filled with common sense.

I was so happy that you took the time to explain in easy-to-understand detail the economics of the Paris agreement as it reads today.  You touched upon the downsides versus the upsides; the costs versus the rewards; the myths versus the realities.   In short, you left no stone unturned, and you made a great case for pulling out of the agreement.  Bravo, and congratulations.

I still believe you should tweet out about those ADP numbers!  I also suggest you have your communications team find everyday Democrats who recently landed new jobs.  Go visit them at their homes. Talk to them at the kitchen table —  listen to their concerns — let them share how happy they are to be back at work.  It will help you control the narrative, and it will shut down the liberal media.

Sincerely,
DML

Sent on June 1, 2017 at 9:45pm
LETTER 14

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