Small-town America has gotten an economic jolt under President Trump
Ronald Brownstein writes for CNN.com that “small town and rural America enjoyed an economic jolt in 2017” thanks to President Donald J. Trump’s economic policies. Smaller communities “clawed back a significantly larger share of new job creation than in the final years of Barack Obama's presidency,” Brownstein reports.
“President Trump has made ending the opioid crisis a priority in his administration,” the Editorial Board of the Boston Herald writes. “Yesterday in New Hampshire, where the opioid death rate is double the national average, the president brought the message to the people who have been battling the menace hardest,” the editors add.
“When President Trump chose to unveil his plan for dealing with the ongoing opioid crisis, what better place to do so than the ‘drug-infested den’ of New Hampshire?” writes the New Hampshire Union Leader’s Editorial Board. The President’s plan is what New Hampshire needs, the editors say, as the state has “been hit as hard as anywhere in the country by the deadly scourge of fentanyl.”
“CIA Director Mike Pompeo is well prepared to be our next secretary of state,” Hudson Institute President Kenneth Weinstein argues in the Washington Examiner. “Pompeo brings deep insight, unique experience, and a broad, strategic mindset to foreign policy,” he adds. “His strong relationship of trust with President Trump can bring back morale and a sense of purpose to the State Department, as well as credibility when talking to our allies and partners.”
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