DML Daily Letter to the President (28)


Dear Mr. President:
Last week, after learning I’d been playing Russian Roulette with my health for way too long, I swore to Heaven I would never again allow myself to be bothered by things I cannot control.

One of the “things” I promised to ignore is the silly tweet you will send from time to time.  For example, the tweet you sent out today about Mika from MSNBC would have had me in a tizzy last week.  But not today.

My concern was the silly tweets slow down the Trump Train.  Some days I feared the tweets could derail the train — I still do.  Simply put, I really want to see America to be great again and I don’t understand how the Mika tweet helps us get there.    But considering I cannot control the tweets, I just deal with them as they come in and hope for the best.

The above said, I understand it isn’t easy to be taunted and ridiculed without fighting back.  Like you, I get ugly things said and written about me all day long. But Mr. President, why stress over the haters?  Why even respond?  By not responding you own the narrative!

I realize that not responding is not in your DNA.  Therefore, I ask you to consider the following suggestion…

The next time Mika says something mean about you, tweet back with this message: “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.”   That sort of response will not only grab headlines, but it will knock her down without having to throw a punch.  Just my two cents, spend it as you like, if you like.

God bless our troops, the American people, and these United States.
Dennis Michael Lynch


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