Saturday, February 22, 2020

Five Stories Show He's Acting On All Fronts!

President Trump Delivers Commencement Address at ‘Hope for Prisoners’ Graduation
“Graduates of the ‘Hope for Prisoners’ program received a certificate and handshake from President Donald J. Trump on Thursday,” KLAS Las Vegas reports. “We are very honored the President of the United States is recognizing the hard-work of formerly incarcerated men and women here in the state of Nevada who are making their transition back into our community,” Hope for Prisoners CEO Jon Ponder said.
🎬 President Trump: “When we say ‘Hire American,’ we mean ALL Americans!”
Trump Takes a Stand for the Mentally Ill
-The Wall Street Journal
America’s long-broken mental health system is “turning business districts into homeless camps [and] causing chaos for families of mentally ill adults,” mental health expert D.J. Jaffe writes. President Trump is trying to close a crucial loophole—“the most important thing federal government could do to improve care for the seriously mentally ill.” 
President Trump’s Approval Rating Among Small Business Owners Hits All-Time High
A record-high “sixty-four percent of small business owners approve of the way Donald Trump is handling his job as president,” Riley de Leon reports. “This is a high watermark for President Trump’s job approval, both among small business owners in our survey and among the general public,” SurveyMonkey senior research scientist Laura Wronski said.
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NASA Astronauts Will Return to Space from US Soil 'Before Summer': Pence
-Fox News
NASA astronauts will soon launch into space from U.S. soil for the first time in almost 10 years, vowed Vice President Mike Pence,” James Rogers reports. “Before we even get to the summer, with the strong support of all of you, the United States will return American astronauts to space on American rockets from American soil,” the Vice President said.
🚀 Vice President Pence: “We’re going back!”
Donald Trump’s Fiscally Conservative Budgets
-The Daily Caller
“One of the most common misconceptions I hear about Donald Trump is that he is not a fiscal conservative,” former Sen. Jim DeMint writes. “Yet, every year, when the president has presented his budget proposals to Congress, they have contained more spending cuts than any president in history. They sought to achieve balance within 10-15 years.”

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