Monday, September 21, 2020

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“Ivanka Trump, President Donald Trump’s oldest daughter and one of his top advisers, will pay a visit to Atlanta with U.S. Attorney General William Barr on Monday,” WSB-TV Atlanta reports.
Ms. Trump and Attorney General Barr will meet with Georgia officials and law enforcement officers to discuss the Trump Administration’s fight to end human trafficking. “The scourge of human trafficking is the modern-day equivalent of slavery, brutally depriving victims of basic human rights,” Attorney General Barr said.
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“On Friday, our nation lost a historic Supreme Court Justice: Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She was a brilliant justice, a legendary advocate, a careful lawyer, and, as only the second woman to ever serve on the Supreme Court, a trailblazer. She led an extraordinary life that shaped the lives of others,” Sen. Ted Cruz (R-FL) writes for Fox News. 
President Trump “has broken a 39-year streak of American presidents either starting a war or bringing the United States into an international armed conflict,” a Norwegian official noted when nominating President Trump for the Nobel Prize. “If the Nobel committee fails to award the Peace Prize to Trump next month, the Peace Prize will end itself,” Gayle Trotter writes in The Hill. 
“In response to this admission of racism by a university that receives millions of dollars in public support, the Department of Education has launched an investigation into Princeton’s apparently false certifications of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity protocols . . . The DoE has called Princeton’s bluff on the question of systemic racism, and not a moment too soon,” Seth Barron writes in City Journal.

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