DML: I Respond to 3 Interesting Emails You Sent Me

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Each day, I receive thousands of messages and emails. Below are three of them from the past 24 hours, and the response I’ve given to each. NOTE: I do not include the last name of the sender unless they explicitly request that I do so.

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1) From (no name given):
Is Scarlet still working with DML?  Haven’t seen her for a bit.

DML: Yes. She writes articles each day for the website and is currently spearheading the production of “They Come to America 4: The Cost of Refugees.” When our new show starts in a few weeks, she will appear on most nights.

2) From Dixie:
The panhandle of my beloved Texas has been on fire for days. Many acres scorched, livestock dead, and people losing their lives fighting these fires.  Trump hasn’t acknowledged any of this. I know he’s got his plate full, but they need help! –Amanda, Pipe Creek TX

DML: A rancher friend of mine from AZ texted me about this yesterday. We are doing an article about it today. I cannot speak to why the president hasn’t publicly mentioned it, but this is one of those times when he can use the Twitter account to shine a light on an issue. Let’s see what he does today.

3) From Tom:
I often read or hear people say, “Drain the swamp.” What or who is “the swamp” a euphemism for. If the swamp is referring to types of politicians in Washington, who, specifically, are we talking about?

DML: When the president introduced the term “drain the swamp,” I took it as he was referring to the corruption in D.C. This would include the dirty politicians, the elite politicians who are part of the establishment, the lobbyists, and the “good ol’ boys network” who worry about themselves while failing the American people.

To me, it was sort of a broad statement that meant he would get D.C. to operate correctly, and to remove the “ill” from Capitol Hill. It’s sort of like what I’ve told myself this week, that I am “ridding of the crap.” Meaning, no more eating “bad food” because I’m getting too heavy. “Bad food” is the crap, and ridding of it means eating good stuff for the body. I hope that helps.

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