Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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President Trump, at UN General Assembly, Signs Major Trade Deal with South Korea

“President Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in signed a major agreement of Trump’s trade agenda Monday, on a busy day at the U.N. General Assembly,” Frank Miles reports for Fox News. With the new deal, “U.S. automobiles, pharmaceuticals, and agricultural products will gain better access to Korean markets.”

“This agreement will reduce bureaucracy and increase prosperity in both of our countries. Workers in South Korea and America will find new customers and new opportunities to expand and grow,” President Trump said.

In The Daily Signal, LIBRE Initiative President Daniel Garza writes that Latino communities have been lifted in this booming economy. “According to the [Census] Bureau, median household income in the U.S. has increased for three consecutive years,” he writes. “That’s also true for Hispanic households in particular, who saw their median income increase by 3.7 percent in just the last year.”

Professors at Yale University have a released “a new study calculating there are between 16 million and 30 million illegal immigrants in the U.S. — as much as three times more than most demographers figure,” Stephen Dinan reports in The Washington Times. “The professors’ model looked at estimates of how many people came illegally, and how many people likely left, and concluded there are a lot more people who arrived than the 11 million suggested by traditional estimates.”

“CIA Director Gina Haspel pledged Monday that the spy agency would step up its efforts to stem the flow of opioids into the U.S., saying illegal drugs have killed more Americans than terrorists,” Ken Dilanian reports for NBC News. “Haspel made the remarks in her first public appearance as director, speaking at the University of Louisville in her native Kentucky, where she earned a degree.”

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