Reader sends DML letter about Trump’s tweets

In my inbox was a letter from a lady named Joan.  She expresses her concern about the president’s use of Twitter.  I share this because I receive many emails like hers, but hers stood out to me.

DML,
First of all let me say that I love everything that you are doing, and I appreciate the fact that you are my one and only one source for news.

After the election, my husband and I cancelled our cable TV and everything that is connected to the mainstream media, and I have to say it was liberating.  Thanks for everything you do as I completely trust – good or bad – the news being reported by you.

I’m not one to email, comment, or respond to social media – but this time I want to make a point about a president that I very much believe in for the long haul.

Hard working Americans, when we report to our jobs, and when we are on company time, we must put our cell phones away and not talk, tweet, or text except when absolutely necessary for emergencies or personal matters.  Why?   Because it’s a distraction from our work, and it’s unprofessional to our co-workers and to the business at hand.

When Trump went overseas last month, I felt he was so busy doing the job at hand  –– and a great one I might add — that he put away the cellphone and got down to business.  But since he’s been back, he continues to tweet – and the impression I have every time he does so is that he’s not focused.  He is distracted, and he’s not doing the job we put him in office to do.

Why does he invest his time in tweeting?  He should just focus, and he should operate in the same way hard working American do when he or she reports to work.

He needs to put the phone down and get to work.  He is really disgracing the office he works for, and I feel he’s unprofessional.  If Americans can put their cellphones down when they report to work then so should he.

Every time I see him tweet I cringe because even though I voted for him, it has become a joke in my place of work.  My co-workers say, “Trump and his tweeting,” and I hate having to defend it.  If he could only realize he is defeating himself every time he does it.

I’m a deplorable, a Catholic, an American, a conservative and I am not ashamed to admit it.

God bless everything you do for us. God bless our Troops, our country, your family and the many sacrifices you are making.  We really appreciate your truth and honesty!

Joan

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