DML: I Respond to 3 Interesting Emails You Sent Me

Each day I receive a lot of emails from our readers.  Today, I answer 3 of them.

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FROM ROSE
Your poll asks us to pick a choice about meeting with a Russian lawyer. But your poll asks this question after we know all the facts.  The better question is would we take the meeting with the limited information given to Donnie Jr.  I voted YES.  Whoever says they would not take the meeting is lying.

DML: Rose, with all due respect, you are incorrect. All the facts are not out on the table — we still do not know the ID of the 8th person in the meeting.  Facts aside, there are plenty of people who would not have taken the meeting.  That said, it appears 80% of the people who took the poll agree with you.  People can still vote, click here.

FROM KEVIN
I know you are getting a lot of people who are giving up on Trump.  I am not one of those people.  I believe Trump’s ability to fight through situations like this is what makes him special.  I do agree he needs to put up more wins but once we get past this nasty stuff it will be strong sailing.  Your thoughts DML mean a lot to me.  Please comment on my thoughts.

DML: I don’t think the Russia narrative will go away.  The Left will continue to hunt for things which do not exist, and the special counsel probe will be around for a long time.  That said, I hope you are right and pray for our president each day.

FROM ACE VENTURA
The cat story you posted about the serial cat killer was a perfect indication how insane our society is today.

DML: Your name gave me a giggle. The car story made me sick.

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