miércoles, 3 de abril de 2019

Securing Southern Border is President Trump’s Obligation

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Securing Southern Border is President Trump’s Obligation

“Protecting the sovereignty and security of the United States are responsibilities of the commander in chief and if those elements are being compromised by an influx of immigrants at the southern border, President Trump must use the tools at his discretion to remedy the matter,” the Boston Herald editorial board writes.

Border apprehensions are skyrocketing according to Border Patrol officials, with more than 12,000 people in custody right now.

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“Companies work painstakingly to earn consumer trust. But when you purchase brand-name goods through online third-party marketplaces like Alibaba, Amazon and eBay, there’s a good chance you’ll end up with a counterfeit,” Director of the White House Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro writes in The Wall Street Journal. Today, “President Trump will sign a presidential memorandum to help protect American consumers, manufacturers and factory workers from counterfeiting.”
“The left-leaning news media has suffered a serious blow to its credibility and to its influence,” Liz Peek writes in Fox News. “A recent CBS poll revealed just how significant the damage is, showing that 54 percent of the country believes Mueller’s investigation was politically motivated”—despite the “steady diet of baloney [from the media] tying the White House to the Kremlin.”
In the Washington Examiner, Erin Dunne writes that President Trump has taken criminal justice reform in the right direction, including by championing the bipartisan First Step Act. “If the first step was getting more people out of prison, the second step is helping those people get jobs — and that's exactly what President Trump said he plans on doing.”
“The White House is exploring all executive authorities in existing law that will allow an aggressive crackdown on illegal immigration and legal immigration fraud, senior adviser to the president Stephen Miller told The Daily Caller in an exclusive telephone interview,” Saagar Enjeti reports. “Now that this crisis is upon us, it’s the time to take that effort to the next level,” Miller says.

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