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martes, 17 de abril de 2018
Donald Trump's strike on Syria a clear warning to Russia and Iran
President Donald Trump's textbook surgical strike sent the right message to Syria, Bashar Assad
“Friday night’s multinational raid on Syria’s chemical weapons infrastructure was well planned, well conducted and by all reports effective,” defense expert James Robbins writes in USA Today. Robbins adds that the President’s actions “should be viewed both as strategic messaging to deter future Syrian chemical attacks, and as part of a broader concept for quickly resolving the civil war on favorable terms.”
“It is in the name of fair, reciprocal and ultimately free and prosperous trade that President Trump is standing up to China’s intellectual-property theft and other unfair trade practices,” White House National Trade Council Director Peter Navarro writes in The Wall Street Journal. “The president has the backs of American workers, farmers and businesses.”
In The Hill, former State Department Senior Advisor Christian Whiton writes that President Trump has “restored the credibility of the presidency by establishing a cost for dictators who cross red lines related to chemical weapons. As such, his administration’s accomplishments in Syria are twofold. Mission accomplished.”
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke writes in the Boston Globe that “thanks to President Trump’s policy of ‘energy dominance,’ America is now on a path to become a leading global energy exporter and free from being held hostage by foreign powers.” Secretary Zinke notes that President Trump’s “‘all-of-the-above’ approach is one in which both market forces and sound national security and energy policy determine the types of energy America produces.”
“Kroger said Monday it will spend five times the previous amount on tuition reimbursement as it unveiled its plans for the Republican tax cuts signed into law by President Trump,” the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. “Both full and part-time employees who have worked for Kroger six months will now be eligible for up to $3,500 in tuition reimbursement each year,” Alexander Coolidge writes.
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