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Saturday, June 29, 2019
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In Victory for Trump, U.S. House Democrats Back Down on Border Aid Bill Demands
“Democratic leaders in the U.S. House of Representatives backed down to President Donald Trump and passed a $4.6 billion aid package to address a migrant surge at the U.S.-Mexico border,” Susan Cornwell reports. “Trump, the Republican-controlled Senate and moderate Democrats insisted on finishing the emergency aid bill as soon as possible, without further haggling.”
President Trump welcomed the bill’s passage on Twitter. “Bipartisan Humanitarian Aid Bill for the Southern Border just passed. A great job done by all!”
President Trump's Middle East Plan is a Refreshing Change
“The Trump administration is no less committed to peace than its predecessors. The key difference is that Trump does not feel tied down by the unsuccessful formulas of the past, and he and his team are willing to openly challenge that conventional thinking,” Jon Lerner writes. “The goal of the Trump plan is to end this decades-long conflict and create conditions for a better life for Palestinians and Israelis.”
President Trump Fighting to Fix a Broken Trade System at the G-20
Globalists in Washington and abroad attack President Trump’s trade agenda while ignoring this key fact, Corey Lewandowski writes: “We have a system dominated by nations which engage in all kinds of ways to cheat international trade laws for their own benefit . . . China stands at the forefront of this misbehavior.”
Trump Administration’s Industry-Recognized Apprenticeships Will Keep America Working
“Through the White House’s Pledge to America’s Workers, job creators around the nation have committed to nearly 10 million training, upskilling or reskilling opportunities for American students and workers,” Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump and Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta write. “That is why the Trump administration is proposing a second apprenticeship model: the Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship.”
USMCA Will Unleash American Innovation: Dems Must Not Stand in the Way
“House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters this week that the pending U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) would need to be reopened and tweaked before the House will vote on it. This is bad news for America,” Rep. Ron Estes (R-KS) writes. “Mexico earlier this month made a monumental step forward in becoming the first country to ratify the deal. With Canada not far behind, it is past time for Pelosi to allow the USMCA to move forward in Congress.”
I am a Former Prisoner. Here's Why Second Chance Hiring is So Important.
“This month, the Trump administration served as a catalyst for perhaps the largest criminal justice public-private-partnership ever assembled, jobs for formerly incarcerated people as they reenter society,” John Koufos writes. “As a former prisoner myself, this initiative is personal to me . . . [President Trump] understands this challenge.”