Comment of the day

August 8, 2018

From David B. on 8/7, in response to “If they don’t get rid of Trump, it’s all for nothing”:  “You are gifted with the art of clarification.  I really hope Pres Trump reads and heeds your wise counsels.  Much thanks.” 

I pass this along not just because of the compliment (thanks!), but because I really do hope the President is reading my commentaries on this matter.  His lawyers will advise him, of course, but in the end, the decisions are his to make.  I wonder what it would take to get THE HUCKABEE REPORT delivered to him every morning, right along with the President’s Daily Schedule.

If President Trump is indeed reading this,  here’s what I respectfully say to him:

1.  DO NOT SIT DOWN WITH ROBERT MUELLER.

2.  KEEP DOING WHAT YOU’RE DOING TO MAKE THE ECONOMY ROAR, FIX BORDER PROBLEMS AND WIN NEGOTIATIONS AROUND THE WORLD.

3.   DO NOT TWEET.  SERIOUSLY, JUST DO NOT DO IT.

4.  DO NOT SIT DOWN WITH ROBERT MUELLER.

Thanks for reading, David.  And let’s hope the President is reading, too!

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  • Amelia Little

    08/08/2018 01:26 PM

    I do hope your newsletter is on his must read list! From what I have heard (on non-msm networks) is that WH counsel and his personal counsel have advised him to NOT meet with mueller or anyone on his panel. With the list about why it's not a good idea, and that it's not legally required or demanded of him. And, I do agree--most of his tweets should be deleted before he pushes the send button. Just like, he should stop the side comments (especially the really insulting ones) of politicians in particular when he is giving a speech. Just stick to the accomplishments that have occured since Jan 20, 2017. One thing I have noticed, while he still sometimes says "I have done this" most of the time he is saying "WE have done this." Which is refreshing after a President who used "I" constantly throughout his speeches.