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Friday, October 25, 2019
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Trump Announces Permanent Ceasefire in Syria and Will Release Turkey from Sanctions -Washington Examiner “President Trump announced Wednesday that an agreement to a permanent ceasefire has been reached that will suspend Turkish military operations in northern Syria,” Ellie Bufkin reports. The President underscored his belief that America should stay away from costly, endless foreign wars: “The job of our military is not to police the world.”
Behold the Lord High Impeacher -The Wall Street Journal “Under today’s process, [Adam] Schiff gets to make up the rules as he goes along. Behold the Lord High Impeacher. Democrats view control over the narrative as essential, having learned from their Russia-collusion escapade the perils of transparency,” Kimberly Strassel writes. “Democrats’ barring of Republicans and the White House from this ‘fact finding’ stage ensures what is presented later will be a one-sided narrative.”
Melania Trump Makes First Solo Visit to Capitol Hill -The Hill “First lady Melania Trump embarked on her first solo visit to Capitol Hill Wednesday to discuss the opioid crisis with a bipartisan group of lawmakers,” Marina Pitofsky reports. “The event marked the one-year anniversary of the signing of the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act,” which funds training and care to combat America’s opioid crisis.
It's a Middle-Class Boom -- How Americans are Really Doing Under Trump Economy -Fox Business “The median or average-income family has seen a gain of $5,003 since Trump came into office,” Steve Moore writes. “Under George W. Bush, the household income gains were a little over $400 in eight years, and under Barack Obama the gains were $1,043. That was in eight years for each. Under Trump, in less than three years, the extra income is about three times larger.”
Trump Touts Jobs, Industry at Marcellus Shale Conference in Pittsburgh -Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Hours after President Trump announced that Turkey had agreed to a major ceasefire in Syria, he headed to Pittsburgh to address an industry conference on shale energy. Under the Trump Administration, America has become the “greatest energy superpower in the history of the world,” with both U.S. oil and natural gas production leading the globe.