viernes, 30 de agosto de 2019

President Trump's New Immigration Rules Work for the American People

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President Trump's New Immigration Rules Work for the American People

“While liberals will cry foul,” most Americans are demanding smart, targeted steps toward solving our nation’s immigration crisis, Tim Chapman writes in The Hill.

“Congress has tried and failed for decades to create a comprehensive immigration reform plan,” Chapman says. So “the administration has steadily been chipping away at the system’s problems to make immigration work for our country again.”

Recently, “the White House issued a ‘public charge’ rule change, restricting the ability of non-citizens to apply for a green card if they rely significantly on welfare benefits or are likely to do so. This week, they issued a new regulation to replace the Flores settlement and end family separation” while still enforcing the law at our southern border.

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“Ivanka Trump will travel to Argentina in September to focus on issues that make it difficult for women in developing countries to prosper financially, including lack of access to credit and limits on employment,” the Buenos Aires Times reports. Ms. Trump “plans to also visit Paraguay to promote the Women's Global Development and Prosperity Initiative, a program started six months ago” by Ms. Trump and the White House.
“I asked Wednesday morning how long it would be before the [MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell] retracted or, at the very least, corrected his bogus Russia ‘scoop’ . . . As it turns out, the answer to that question was about 18 hours,” Becket Adams writes in the Washington Examiner. O’Donnell admitted an “error in judgment” in promoting a false story about the President’s finances after NBC received a legal demand for a retraction. 
America can’t control everything that happens in the global economy, but under President Trump, the United States is once again resilient enough to weather pockets of weakness abroad. “The Trump economy is strong. It will be even stronger if Congress, the Fed, the [European Central Bank], Britain, and Germany all implement commonsense policies,” White House Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro writes for Fox News.

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