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 I’ve received in 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.

I just read your letter today that you sent to the president. I wish I could write that well, very nice. Dennis, I see your respect  in your writing. How many drafts did you write before the final version?  Just curious I figure it was 3, the 3rd being the final one. Keep up the great work. I don’t miss a story or a walk and talk I miss nothing you put out. 

DML:  I didn’t write a draft.  The words flow to the fingers and that’s it.  Sadly, I don’t have time to write drafts.  More importantly, I do thank you for the kind words and the continued support!  Later today I will write the president about his firing of Comey.

DML, Can you look in to a report that Tucker Carlson was killed in a car accident last night.  This is so hard to believe.

DML:  I received too many of these inquires about Tucker on Saturday.  If Tucker were killed in an accident it would be headline news.  I urge people to consider the names — or lack thereof — on the websites where these reports surface.  Tucker is alive.

I wonder if President Trump would consider Sheriff Joe A. from Arizona for head of the FBI.

DML: No.  Although the Sheriff Joe did a wonderful job in Arizona, the FBI slot should be filled by someone like Trey Gowdy.

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