DML Daily Letter to the President (4)

Mr. President:
Today, I received confirmation that my communications to you are being read. That said, I’m sure it’s been a tough few days in the White House — today being the toughest. Sadly, the media will not let up any time soon, and it’s bound to get worse. So, the question becomes, “what to do about it?”

I’ve been a loyal supporter for a long time. Although I disagree with some of your decisions, I never lose faith in your ability to lead. Plus, I believe in the Trump game plan of making America great again. Therefore, I urge you to consider the following…

The Democrats, the media — and even some Republicans — will continue to hammer away at the “Russia” narrative because they know it hurts. For example, despite the information that surfaced today about DNC staffer Seth Rich and his leaks to WikiLeaks, the idea of destroying your presidency forced the media to ignore the story.

The desire to take you down is like a drug to the opposition. So their stories will ignore facts and highlight “unnamed sources.” They know it’s crappy journalism, but they don’t care. They put these reports to paper with the hope of forcing you into a statement or tweet you’ll one day regret.

There are two ways to beat the media and the Democrats.

The first way is to produce results. Keep those jobs reports coming in like they have been. Remember, not everyone who lands a new job is a Republican. There are a lot of Democrats who have been out of work, but now thanks to you, they have a job. They’ll remember this on Election Day, regardless of the New York Times stories.

The second way is to show them that none of their BS bothers you. To do this, you must control the narrative. Therefore, I beg you to slow down. You said it yourself, your team can’t keep up with you. That’s not good. America needs a clear message delivered on a daily basis. With all due respect Mr. President, that’s your job, not Sean Spicer’s job.

Yes, we all want results from you, but don’t allow the pressure of an impatient society to lead you into believing everything needs to be done yesterday. Slow down, take control of the game and score one touchdown at a time.

Think of the Super Bowl. Nobody thought Tom Brady and the Patriots would or could come back from the deficit they faced at half time. But under Brady’s leadership they made the impossible happen.

Brady didn’t scatter his way into the end zone during the second half. He didn’t call razzle dazzle plays. He stuck to the game plan. He was calm. He took his time. He controlled the field, and he worked the clock. He led those around him to believe in the plan, to believe in him, and to believe in themselves. You know how the story ends. You are America’s Tom Brady.

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

With admiration and appreciation,
Dennis Michael Lynch

Sent at 9:45pm ET May 16, 2017
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