President Trump is keeping his promise to defend our steel and aluminum industries
“For years, politicians in Washington have propped up unfair trade deals and opposed actions such as the one the president took on Thursday,” writes Peter Navarro, Assistant to the president and Director of the White House National Trade Council. “But now, because of a courageous president who keeps his campaign promises, that time has come to an end, and America’s national security will be all the stronger for it,” Navarro explains in USA Today.
The Washington Examiner reports that “the Department of Homeland Security on Monday announced the creation of a steering committee that will be tasked with finding ways to improve security in schools around the country.” Anna Giaritelli notes that “DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said the steering committee would make sure all relevant national security agencies are working with state and local officials to ensure school safety.”
In The Wall Street Journal, James Freeman writes that “Friday’s jobs report from the Labor Department says that in February Americans came back into the labor market in droves. It’s hard to find a bad word to say about this latest economic reading, which exceeded almost all expectations.” That’s great news for U.S. businesses, which “have been searching high and low for workers.”
“Last month, the White House released President Trump’s long-awaited infrastructure proposal,” Rep. Rob Woodall (R-GA) writes in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “As a member of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, it’s encouraging to see America’s attention turn to an issue that I know is so important to folks in our district, across the state, and throughout the nation.”
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