DML READER: “Trump tweets…wish he’d stop”

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This one is from Mrs. Barnes:

Hey DML! I’ve had you and your family in my prayers. Hopefully, you’ve been able to get some R&R.

For the most part, I have stood behind you as far as the president is concerned. Especially when it comes to these tweets. I now get a pit in my stomach when a headline comes out about another tweet. It’s like, “Oh boy, here we go again.” It’s clear now that he is going to continue with the childish tweets. Surely he knows that his supporters wish he’d stop by now.
Just like Obamacare, the MSM doesn’t need an assisted suicide. They are failing just fine on their own. Everybody knows it. This latest tweet of Trump wrestling CNN isn’t even funny. While they may deserve the backlash, it gives them a whole new story to run with. They will go bat shit crazy talking about how Trump is inciting violence against the media.
Trump has never been told no. He has never had anyone to answer to. He actually believes his tweets about the media are helping to destroy them. Quite the opposite! He is just delaying the inevitable and destroying us in the process. Let’s not forget, Trump is a celebrity who nows how to get ratings. His success as POTUS would soar if he’d 100% tune out the MSM. They have less value than a dirty baby diaper. Yet, here is is sniffing around them like a hungry dog again. He can’t help himself, can he?
I was raised to always take the high road, even if the other party deserves an ass-whoopin. It saddens me that our president is not showing that with these tweets. I am all for him being “modern presidential” as long as the message is positive and good for the country. When you are in the highest office in the land, taking the high road should be top priority.
I am still holding out hope that Trump will come around about these tweets. The longer he keeps it up though, the more concerned I become. He is adding undue stress to stressed out people… us! Meanwhile, the MSM is reaping the benefits of these tweets. I’m afraid that he will have to suffer a direct consequence before he cleans up his act.
I think President Trump is brilliant. I am proud that he is my president. It is obvious that his heart is in the right place and that he has made some great accomplishments thus far. But, the American people do not have the luxury of wasting anymore time on the swamp, which the media is definitely a big part of. If Trump actually knew what suffering is really like for the middle class right now, maybe he would take pause before blasting these subhumans on Twitter. What will it take?? I’m so weary or being weary. We all are.
My husband and I are in our mid 30s and work ourselves to the bone, and are still living paycheck to paycheck. We have three small children who are just wonderful little people. What happens now effects their futures. I want a better life for us all. We can’t afford to use our insurance, so none of us have been to the doctor in over a year. We live in AMERICA! Something is very wrong with this picture and we poured our trust into Trump to make it right. I still think he can, but he is losing his grip. These tweets will be the single thing to take him down if he doesn’t change it immediately. How many times have you said that, DML?
This house loves DML! And as always, thank you for delivering the truth to those of us who seek and honor it. Get well soon!!!
Sincerely, L. Barnes (NC)

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