I am cynical enough to suggest that if rational arguments don't work, somebody ought to try convincing the Cheeto in Chief that the DMCA is a Clinton payoff to those sad fake professional protester Hollywood people who keep mocking him because they don't want to Make America Great Again.
Nunes is so utterly lacking in self-awareness that he's actually trying to deflect attention from his hypocrisy with a childish "I'm rubber, you're glue" ploy (https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost/wp/2017/02/14/fbi-needs-to-explain-why-michael-flynn- was-recorded-gop-intelligence-chairman-says):
> "Where are all the privacy groups screaming now?" [Nunes] asked.
Well, Devin, when you find "privacy groups" that actually said that American intel agencies shouldn't be trying to listen in on *the freaking Russian Ambassador*, let us know whether there's any "screaming" echoing through the phone booth where this group holds its meetings.
Donald ought to try a "physician, heal thyself" approach, starting by throwing away his obsolete insecure phone (https://www.wired.com/2017/01/trump-android-phone-security-threat/), which could be (and probably already has been) turned into a remote-controlled bug just by tweeting him a malware link designed to catch his attention (e.g. "Miracle Lotion Can Make Your Hands Grow To Normal Size!").
Alternative Fact: "Obama was doing the exact same thing"
Real Fact: "In light of the response from Obama administration officials that there never was a point when Iraqi resettlement was stopped or banned, we are updating this ruling to Three Pinocchios." (https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checker/wp/2017/01/29/trumps-facile-claim-that-his-refugee -policy-is-similar-to-obama-in-2011/)
"As many have noted, not a single terrorist attack has come from people from those countries."
No doubt the memos have already gone out to ISIS and al-Qaeda cells to select operatives from countries where Trump owns hotels, secure in the knowledge that no security measures which threaten to inconvenience his customers will be entertained.
"They might simply pass laws that forbid the use of cameras that encrypt images. By declaring them illegal, governments could seize them at the border or whenever they are found."
Making that more difficult is one reason to make it a standard feature rather than a specialist add-on. Any country where tourism is a significant revenue generator for Fearless Leader's Swiss bank account can't afford to have the border goons stealing cameras from every tourist from Topeka.
The only "one simple fact" I see is that he lost almost a billion dollars during the Clinton economy, when a monkey throwing darts at a Wall Street Journal would have picked out a profitable portfolio.
And any answer may be given. For security purposes, I salted (i.e. added plus-or-minus a random amount in the range of "large fraction of the actual answer") my responses to the nosy (US) "long form" (before it got replaced with the ACS form).