DML READER: “Let it Go Mr. President”

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Dear Mr. President,
I want to say something to you about your tweets. I personally like that you speak directly to the American people with your tweets, making sure we know the good things you are doing and uncovering the things we need to know about. It’s important to get that information out, since the MSM is so busy  trying to hide the good work you are doing. So while I’d like to see you keep tweeting, I want to ask you to be sure you stay factual, relevant, and strategic with your tweets.

Sometimes it seems as if your tweets start a media fire storm, and while the MSM is feeding on your tweet, you are busy doing your work. You have called out the media on their fake news and we all know it to be true. No need to keep repeating this message to us.

Finally, my ask of you is to let this feud with MSNBC hosts go. It is beneath the dignity of the office you hold, to wrestle in the mud with these people. George Bernard Shaw once said “Never wrestle with pigs. You both get dirty and the pig likes it.” Joe & Mike, and all the MSM likes dragging you down to their level. Don’t take their bait.

Any attention you keep giving to the MSM only keeps them relevant. You have cleverly and adequately uncovered their fake news and bias; no need to keep them in the spotlight.

Thank you for the things you are doing for We The People and this nation of ours. Stay strong and keep doing the right things. Don’t let the media firestorm distract you from why we elected you.

God bless you and keep you safe,
Ann Bryant

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