DML: The email I received from Trump


DML News CEO Dennis Michael Lynch just forwarded to me this email blast he received from President Trump today and asked that it be shared with you, as it includes a very important survey on which the president wants all Americans to give feedback.

President Trump is not only using Twitter to reach out directly to the American people – he has sent an email to everyone in his support base, asking for their input. “I want to hear from the American heartland – the REAL America that lives outside of the DC-media fantasy bubble,” Trump wrote.

The letter includes a link to a survey titled, “Listening to America.” The survey is not limited to Trump supporters but contains over 30 questions asking how Americans feel about critical issues and how they want to see the country move forward.

Questions on the survey range from how Americans would rate the country’s economy, to how issues are affecting the American people, as individuals. President Trump wants to know things like whether you feel your taxes are too high, whether you have enough retirement savings or are struggling to get a job, and if your job is threatened by unfair trade deals.

Also in the survey are questions about your feelings on immigration, government regulations, Common Core and other educational issues, and whether you feel universities today are indoctrinating rather than teaching students.

Unsurprisingly, President Trump wants to know if you trust the media, or if you feel the media’s message is often too negative, as well as whether you think our country is too divided.

Americans are asked: How do you feel about taxpayer-funded abortion? the Second Amendment? radical Islamic terrorism? Sharia law and restrictions on immigration from terror-filled countries?

Other questions ask whether you are concerned about the drug epidemic, whether English should be the official language, and whether you are really all that concerned about Russia.

On Tuesday evening, President Trump made another effort to reach out to the American heartland, as he traveled to Ohio to speak at a rally at the Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport. “Americans deserve the best infrastructure in the world,” Trump said at the rally.

Read the letter below and click on the link provided to take the survey. Don’t miss this opportunity to let the president know how you feel!  

From: “Donald J. Trump”
Date: July 26, 2017 at 1:08:29 PM EDT
Subject: Turning off the noise


Politicians have spent too much time bickering and not enough time listening. Enough!I want to hear from YOU.I want to hear from the American heartland — the REAL America that lives outside of the DC-media fantasy bubble.

Now that we’ve passed the six-month mark of our presidency, I want you to take the Listening to America Survey to tell me the true sentiments, concerns, and interests of REAL America. 

The mainstream media and Hollywood love to tell you “how America is feeling.” But they know nothing. They live in a world where you get to keep your job even if you fail to get anything done.

It’s time to tune them out. It’s time to shut off the noise and just LISTEN.

Just like on the campaign, I always like to go directly to the people. I asked our supporters to help prepare for our three big debates against Hillary. I asked what issues we should address. I asked for help creating our platform.

So please take this moment to turn off the very loud noise of Washington and take the Listening to America Survey.

Thank you,

President Trump Signature Headshot
Donald J. Trump

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