lunes, 17 de diciembre de 2018

President Trump's Message on Border Security

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Trump Was Right: Transparency a Good Thing in Border Wall Debate with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer
-Washington Examiner
“When House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi of California and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York tried to move their Oval Office debate with President Trump over border wall funding behind closed doors, Trump had the right response,” Philip Klein writes. “It’s not bad, Nancy,” the President said. “It’s called transparency.”

Watch: President Trump's 1 minute message on border security
Trump Signs Executive Order Promoting ‘Opportunity Zones’ In Distressed Towns
-The Washington Times
“Our goal is to ensure that America’s great new prosperity is broadly shared by all of our citizens,” President Trump said after signing an executive order on “Opportunity Zones” in the Roosevelt Room of the White House this week. “We are drawing investment into neglected and underserved communities of America so that all Americans, regardless of zip code, have access to the American Dream.”
Rep. Jody Hice: Time is Up, Let's Build the Wall
-Washington Examiner
“With only a handful of legislative business days left on the books, we have one final chance to live up to the promise that we made to the parents, small business owners, blue collar workers, farmers, teachers, and ordinary people who helped us gain control in the first place. Simply put, it’s time to build the wall,” Rep. Jody Hice (R-GA) writes.
First Lady Spreads Anti-Bullying Message at Kids’ Hospital
-The Associated Press
“Melania Trump spread her anti-bullying message on an annual Christmas season visit to a Washington children’s hospital on Thursday, reading a story about a Christmas ornament named Oliver who is bullied by other ornaments in a family’s collection,” Darlene Superville writes. “Mrs. Trump launched an initiative earlier this year to teach kindness to children, naming it Be Best.”

WatchFirst Lady joins Toys for Tots drive earlier this week
Trump Says Criminal Justice Reform Legislation Will Pass, After McConnell Vows to Bring Bill to Senate Floor
-Fox News
Brooke Singman reports that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has vowed to bring the historic criminal justice reform bill endorsed by President Trump to the Senate floor. “Criminal Justice Reform is something people have been working on for many years. It looks like it is going to be passing in a bipartisan way,” President Trump said in the Oval Office this week.
The Trump Boom Is No Mere ‘Sugar High’
-The Wall Street Journal
“Liberals are tripping over themselves to explain why the economy has performed so much better under Donald Trump than it did under Barack Obama,” Stephen Moore writes. “The U.S. growth rate has doubled since Mr. Obama’s last year in office,” and President Trump’s tax cuts have primed the economy for “long-term growth, not a short-term buzz.”
Job Openings Back Over 7 Million and Near a Record High
“There were 1 million more jobs than unemployed workers in the most recent government count of job openings,” Jeff Cox reports. “Total available jobs stood at 7.08 million for October, the second-highest level surpassed only by the 7.3 million in August . . . By comparison, there were just 6.08 million Americans classified as unemployed.”
Condemnations of Pittsburgh Massacre by Middle East Nations are Welcomed
-Fox News
“In Judaism, following the loss of a loved one, family and neighbors come to visit and comfort the mourners for a period of seven days, known as the shiva period. The second stage of mourning, called the shloshim period, lasts for 30 days,” White House Special Representative for International Negotiations Jason Greenblatt writes. “The families of the 11 Jews murdered in the heinous attack on the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh Oct. 27 have now marked the end of this 30-day period.”

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