DML: I Respond to 3 Interesting Emails You Sent Me


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.


Hi Dennis: Love your Walk and Talks and Letters to President Trump. Regarding hiring illegals in our country, in your next letter to the President, would you please ask why E Verify has not been put into effect?  God Bless You!!  Thanks for all you and your team do to keep all of us informed!!  Donna

DML: Sure, I ‘ll send it, but it will be useless because it has become crystal clear to me that the president plans to do nothing this year.  He has signed oodles of executive orders, some of them meaningless, but he hasn’t signed any orders to stop the illegals from working here illegally.   During his campaign he made promises on immigration, but I’m now betting he will not keep to those promises.  My money says “Dreamers” will continue to dream in America, and in the process they’ll take jobs from our kids.  Illegal adult workers will remain working here in America, and in the process take jobs from adult Americans.

Dear DML, I respect your opinion and have appreciated everything you did to help Trump get elected, going way back to your days on Newsmax.  I don’t usually write these kind of things but felt compelled to let you know: President Trump’s tweeting  is the only way we can know we are getting his true feelings, until his twitter is compromised. We can’t rely on  the media. It’s all we can trust at this point.  Thank You! -Lisa

DML:  Thanks for sharing your opinion, but technically you are incorrect.  The president has spokespersons who are paid to share what is happening in the White House.  The president also has his weekly video addresses.  Unlike you, I care little about “his feelings” and care more about his actions.  I’m completely comfortable with Sean Spicer or Sarah Huckabee feeding us updates.  For example, I’d be tickled pink if either of them tell me on Monday there will be an executive order signed eliminating DACA.  I don’t need to read it in a tweet.  Although, I would be thrilled to read it in a tweet.  I have no issue getting the tweets, it’s what’s inside the tweets that matters.

DML, Thank-you for your Walk & Talk today.  I noticed it was missing your humor, your enthusiasm and your overall spark.  Also, it was easy to read your mood in your letter to the President, your message came across loud and clear.  I agree with you, by the way.  Let’s hope a quiet weekend with family and friends will recharge our batteries and bring a new energy to face the upcoming battles.  Thanks again for all you do. Respectfully, Susie

DML: Thank you for the note, but make no mistake my batteries are fully charged.  I’m just waiting here for something to run with to the moon.  I’ll be all giggles again when promises are met. But that ain’t happening now, nor will it happen this coming week.  Frankly, I’m bored with the White House drama and I’ve had it with the tweets.  I’m also unwilling to shovel sand into the tide for this administration.  At DML, we do a really good job at reporting the news, and our audience can always rely on our information. My team will continue to do our job for as long as I can breathe, but on a personal level, I’ve got limited time and words to share.   Going forward, I am using them more wisely, which means I won’t be cheering and singing until some wins are posted on the board, and the adult finds his way back into the room.  Despite what some may think, Comey coming clean ain’t a “win” for America.   It’s just the finale’ to a Netflix drama.

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