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Wednesday, October 2, 2019
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“He wasn't supposed to release the transcripts. Or the whistleblower report. He was expected to do what any president would have done – what President Obama always did. Hide the evidence,” former Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) writes in Fox News.
“As House Democrats rolled out their latest meticulously choreographed, perfectly timed, and broadly coordinated attack on President Trump, they weren't counting on the president's unprecedented transparency. Nobody releases a transcript of calls between heads of state. But Donald Trump did.”
“Ivanka Trump and the CEO of Google, Sundar Pichai, will host a roundtable in Dallas on Thursday which will focus on preparing American workers for the changing economy,” Jason Whitely reports for WFAA. “The Dallas visit is part of the Administration’s commitment to preparing American workers for the 21st-century economy and the emerging industries of the future,” a goal that’s being steadily accomplished by the Pledge to America’s Workers.
“The Obama administration bungled its response to the nation’s opioid epidemic, according to a stunning inspector general’s report released Tuesday that says the Drug Enforcement Administration allowed painkiller production to soar even as deaths mounted,” Stephen Dinan reports for The Washington Times. “DEA officials failed across the board, said the Justice Department’s inspector general, pointing to a ‘toxic’ environment, lack of data to spot the mounting crisis, and a failure to use tools that could have shut down some of the worst offenders.”
“Our founders created the greatest country in the history of the world, where anything is possible. We have the freedom to get an education, raise a family, travel, pick a career, and live in peace. Few countries are like America,” Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) writes in Fox Business. “It really is amazing. And it’s important to stop and think about it sometimes – what we have and what we could lose if we let Democratic socialists have their way.”