Dear Friends: It's day ninety-seven of The First 100 Days of our President Donald J. Trump's job well done, and somehow, he's elevated it past eleven. Except for one thing. As such, a third open letter:
Dear President Trump:
Congratulations on a job well done. If we were counting the days for you, which we are, and grading your job performance, which we also are, with all due respect, Sir, we're giving you a 97 on day ninety-seven. A high grade indeed, but not quite a perfect grade, which we know you expect.
Your signature achievment thus far, successfully placing now Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court was a supreme victory. More so, it was only one of three successful bombing options successfully employed in your first 100 days. Huge wins. You've also accomplished more legislatively than any president before you, without passing a single piece of legislation, which is quite the achievement. And all of it without the cooperation of Democrats, the 9th Circuit Court, or Russia. But please do something about that pesky 9th Circuit Court. They seem to be all politics all the time, instead of the law, and we're on a questionable track when Ann Coulter can't speak freely at Berkeley, but the last president can speak freely on Wall Street, if by freely it means at $400,000/hour.
Which brings us to the economy. As of this writing, markets are up and rising, unemployment is down and falling, the economic mood is pure optimism, and the House Freedom Caucus has finally come on board to repeal and replace Obamacare. Patience is a virtue. Please continue to be patient. We all certainly have been with Obamacare. And we can all wait until all the numbers all add up. As such, your tax reform plan is also on its way, and given early reports, we anticipate its historical hugeness. The numbers there simply add up. Plus, given the many demands of your job, keeping jobs a number one priority is right in line with the number one priority for all of us.
Bringing us to the other equally important priority, our security. Your negotiations with world leaders have been masterful. Your deployment of our military might has been even more masterful. Frankly, the all around decision and delivery has been genius-like. But your decision to delay building the wall, with all due respect, is a mistake. And we're docking you three points for it. Build that wall, Mister President. We all know you can do it, under budget and ahead of schedule, and smart. Build it section by section if need be, where it's needed first and out from there, and only where it's practical to do so, but build that wall. This cannot be overstated, or its resonance underestimated. Please ignore their threats to shut down the government. They've been threatening that since The Days of Newt. And always in bad faith. And we all know they can't shut down the government any more than they already have.
More so, we all know you always know how to deliver the goods, and we believe in you.
All of Us