DML: I Respond to 3 Interesting Emails You Sent Me

Each day, I receive thousands of messages and emails. Below are several 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.


From Mary: 
Dennis, I wanted to send a short note to you stating how wonderful President Trump is doing in office.  He is meeting my every expectation.  Thank you for your continued coverage of his presidency.  You are the only news I trust.

DML: I am happy you are happy with our ongoing coverage of the administration. We try to be fair and unbiased.

From Ronald:
I support the president and I mean no disrespect to him, but over the past few days I’ve watched VP Pence and his comments about North Korea and America’s resolve.  The man is a true leader.

DML: I like VP Pence’s style and presence, too. What a fantastic VP.

From Anna: 
Let’s say that President Trump manages to put everything in place that basically halts illegal immigration. What is to stop a future president from undoing all of it or simply ignoring the law the way Obama did? Is there any way to take the option of ignoring the immigration laws out of the hands of the president?  The LAW  applied equally to everyone is what makes us all equal in this country. When anyone is allowed to pick and choose which laws are enforced and to whom they apply, well, that way lays anarchy.

DML: The president does not control immigration; the Congress is in charge of immigration. That said, it would be best for President Trump to get laws passed, versus executive orders. But, as we’ve seen with Obama, laws can be ignored without fear of prosecution. Therefore, your fears are valid. How sad.


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