DML Daily Letter to the President (19)


Dear Mr. President:
Today was a doozy of a day on Capitol Hill.  Thus, it was nice to see you out and about giving a speech. It was smart of you not to be glued to the TV watching the witch hunt come to a head.

I found Mr. Comey’s testimony to be a complete waste of taxpayer money. Furthermore, I find it equal parts sad and frustrating that we must sit through this garbage while REAL issues go unresolved.

Killing ISIS, dealing with N. Korea, stopping illegal immigration, replacing Obamacare, overhauling the tax code, and so many other issues are just begging to be addressed. That said, I ask you to look forward to tomorrow and see it as a fresh start.

After Comey’s testimony, there is no need for anyone to question if you colluded with Russia.  After Comey’s testimony, only a complete idiot doesn’t realize Hillary and Bill Clinton are liars, and that Loretta Lynch and former President Obama are two-bit politicians. After Comey’s testimony, the narrative about Russia swaying votes has been completely debunked.  Clearly, we can get back to business now, right?

In my opinion, the greatest part about Comey’s testimony today was the fact that you did not tweet about it one time.

Today’s BS will eventually burn out, and that’s because you didn’t add a single ounce of gasoline onto the fire. Kudos!

Today, you should feel like a new man, and therefore I ask you to start doing whatever it takes to get this congress moving so that we can make America great again!

Until tomorrow, may God bless you, our troops, the American people, and these United States.


Sent at 7pmET May 8, 2017

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