Trump ‘ready, willing, and able’ to make DACA deal, but says Democrats ‘are nowhere to be found'
In Fox News, Alex Pappas writes that “President Trump told a Latino group Wednesday he is ‘ready, willing and able’ to strike a deal with Congress over the illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children, but said ‘Democrats are nowhere to be found.’” At the Latino Coalition Legislative Summit in Washington, the President said “we are trying to have a DACA victory for everybody.”
In The Hill, Corey Lewandowski writes that by fixing our Nation’s trade deficits, President Trump is fulfilling a promise he made to the America people. Lewandowski notes that “when Trump accepted the Republican nomination for president in Cleveland on July 21, 2016, he said, ‘No longer will we enter into these massive deals, with many countries, that are thousands of pages long – and which no one from our country even reads or understands. We are going to enforce all trade violations, including through the use of taxes and tariffs, against any country that cheats.’”
“United States Steel Corporation plans on restarting one of two blast furnaces and associated steelmaking facilities in Granite City, bringing back approximately 500 workers beginning later this month,” Brian Feldt reports in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. “The President’s strong leadership is needed to begin to level the playing field so companies like ours can compete, win and create jobs that support our employees and the communities in which we operate as well as strengthen our national and economic security,” said U.S. Steel President and CEO David Burritt in a statement.
James Freeman writes in The Wall Street Journal that “the search continues for Americans who will not benefit from the Trump tax cuts on individual and corporate income. The New York Times has corrected a story this column described last week that originally forecast a much larger tax bill for a hypothetical New York couple. Now the paper acknowledges that the tax bill for such a couple would actually be lower and is blaming a popular software product for the error.” Freeman notes that despite the media narrative, an ‘overwhelming majority’ of the American people are receiving tax cuts.
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