Dennis Michael Lynch (DML) is an award-winning entrepreneur, public speaker, acclaimed filmmaker, conservative TV commentator, and host of webcast “THE DML DAILY REPORT.”

DML has built an enviable reputation for delivering the news the mainstream media will not. And he never hesitates to give unbiased political commentary, and he is always straight-to-the-point and tells-it-like-it-is even if it means he loses his primetime TV show.

As a TV host and filmmaker, Dennis has interviewed several presidential candidates including, NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Senator Rick Santorum, Governor Mike Huckabee, Senator Marco Rubio, and Dr. Ben Carson.  He has interviewed several celebrities including, music legend Bill Joel; supermodel Christie Brinkley; comedian Chevy Chase; Emmy winner Alec Baldwin; award-winning director Ed Burns; tennis legend Andre’ Agassi; Oscar winner Mercedes Ruehl; and Hall of Fame football player Fran Tarkenton.

As a political commentator and filmmaker, he has made hundreds of media appearances on TV and radio.

Lynch’s entry into politics, TV and films was influenced by his experience on 9/11.   At the time, he was in a business partnership with John Sculley (former CEO of Apple, and former president of Pepsi-Cola.)   After seeing his fellow Americans jump from 80-stories high, Dennis left his consulting business on Park Avenue, and later enrolled in film school to learn how to produce documentaries.

Prior to working with Sculley, he was the founder and CEO of a technology company where he employed hundreds of Americans and was the recipient of the Long Island Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2000.

Dennis briefly explored running for President in the 2016 race.  He announced his exploratory campaign while appearing on THE KELLY FILE (Fox News) in late 2014. After the show, host Megyn Kelly posted a poll on her Facebook page asking her audience if they’d vote for Lynch.  More than 4,000 voted, of which 86% said yes.  Ultimately, he decided not to run.