sábado, 21 de julio de 2018

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Ivanka Trump: Training for the Jobs of Tomorrow

-The Wall Street Journal
This week, President Donald J. Trump signed an executive order to “prioritize and expand workforce development so that we can create and fill American jobs with American workers,” Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump writes. “It is time to deliver better workforce training so that all Americans have the chance to move into better jobs and earn bigger paychecks,” Ms. Trump says.

‘Best Professor.’ ‘Very Evenhanded.’ ‘Great Hair!’: Brett Kavanaugh, as Seen by His Law Students

-The New York Times
“Anonymous evaluations of professors by their students can be caustic or catty. But they are also unfailingly candid,” Adam Liptak writes. “In 12 sets of evaluations spanning 700 pages, there was almost only glowing praise for Judge Kavanaugh’s teaching. More than a few students said he was the most impressive law school professor they had encountered.” 

Employers Commit to Train 3.8 Million Workers Under Trump Executive Order

“A group of business leaders have committed to train 3.8 million workers with in-demand job skills over the next five years under an executive order on job creation signed by President Donald Trump Thursday,” Katie Lobosco reports. The executive order also establishes the National Council for the American Worker, which will develop “a national strategy to train Americans for the skills they need.” 

Rand Paul: Trump Is Right to Meet Putin

-Politico Magazine
“America needs fewer enemies. What’s wrong with reducing tensions?” Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) asks after the left criticized President Trump’s meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. “I am thankful that Trump is once again willing to go against the political elite in Washington and keep the lines of communication to Moscow open.”

Victims of ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome’ Land in ICU After Putin Freakout – Here’s My Prescription

-Fox News
“Sadly, the media had little interest in delving into important issues that Presidents Trump and Putin discussed, including nuclear nonproliferation, destroying ISIS, ending the civil war in Syria, preventing Iran from building atomic bombs, and the security of Israel,” David Bossie writes. “Reporters could barely acknowledge the positive sight of former Cold War adversaries talking about peace.”
-Washington Examiner
Despite sour predictions, America’s economy is booming since President Trump implemented steel and aluminum tariffs, industry executives Jesse Gary and Bob Prusak write. “American aluminum workers can feel confident that Trump will continue to stand up to countries that cheat as we work together to create more American jobs and revitalize the American aluminum industry,” they explain. 
-Fox News
“At Lockheed Martin, we are proud to answer the president’s call for comprehensive workforce development,” Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson writes. “That’s why we are pledging to create 8,000 apprenticeship and workforce development opportunities over the next 5 years.”
-The Washington Post
“The nightmare of Hamas’s leadership is continuing and needlessly prolonging the suffering of the Palestinian people in Gaza,” write Senior Advisor to the President Jared Kushner, Special Representative for International Negotiations Jason Greenblatt, and U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman. “Life could significantly improve in short order for the Palestinian people if Hamas allowed it.”
-The Washington Times
Dave Boyer reports that “a plurality of voters supports the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, including nearly one in five Democrats,” according to a new Morning Consult/POLITICO survey.
-The Daily Caller
“President Donald Trump has struck a deal with The Boeing Company for a new generation of two Air Force One aircrafts at a lower cost than originally proposed,” Saagar Enjeti reports. The deal saves taxpayers “over $1.4 billion from the initially proposed $5.3 billion cost-plus contract,” Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said

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