jueves, 16 de noviembre de 2017

OPEN YOUR EYES || Strengthening International Relationships


-Michael Bender, The Wall Street Journal

Michael Bender of The Wall Street Journal writes on the success of President Trump’s 12-day trip to Asia, one that Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly said was “mostly about messaging,” with the intent to “lay the groundwork for more direct negotiations on trade that will come later." Bender remarks that while the President worked for deals with different Asian allies, he also made sure to build foundational relationships, from playing golf with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to experiencing the rich culture of China with President Xi. On his way back to the United States from Manila, President Trump commented, “It’s been a really great 12 days. I made a lot of great friends,” Bender concludes.
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The Chicago Tribune’s Christopher Bodeen reports following President Trump’s visit to Beijing, a high-level special enjoy will be traveling from China to North Korea, after President Trump “repeatedly called on Beijing to do more to use its influence to pressure Pyongyang into altering its behavior."
In economic news, Andy Pudzer writes in The Hill the surging economy is due to President Trump having, “taken a machete to the Obama era’s rules and regulations that have been choking American businesses,” and the liberal “Trump gets no credit” approach shows, “how poorly progressive Democrats understand what drives economic growth.”
At the New York Post, Betsy McCaughey remarks although President Trump’s judicial nominees, have "impressive credentials,” Democrats and the liberal media are working hard to deem them “unfit” judges. McCaughey comments the “left’s real gripe,” is the fact that these judges will decide cases “based on what the US constitution says, instead of rewriting law to suit a progressive agenda.”
On immigration, Adam Kredo of The Washington Free Beacon reports that five foreign individuals who have been tied to terror attacks over the past 20 years were granted visas by the U.S. government as a part of the Visa Lottery and were permitted to resettle in the U.S. as a part of the program.

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