Five Stories President Trump Doesn’t Want You to Miss

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From The White House on November 25, 2020
Media Said Trump’s COVID-19 Vaccine Prediction Would Take ‘Miracle.’ They Were Wrong.
-Just the News
President Trump made a bold prediction back in May: “Vaccine work is looking VERY promising, before end of year,” he shared on Twitter. “The mainstream media didn’t like that prediction, not one little bit,” Joseph Curl writes. “For the record, Trump was technically wrong. There isn’t a vaccine—there are three.”
 
MORE: Administration Begins Delivering Regeneron COVID-19 Treatment

Melania Trump Welcomes Christmas Tree, Kicks off Holiday Season at White House
-Fox News
“Melania Trump has ushered in the holiday season at the White House. On Monday, the first lady welcomed the White House Christmas Tree–an 18 1/2-foot Fraser fir–which was brought to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue on a carriage led by two Clydesdales,” Alexandra Deabler reports. 
 
WATCH: The official 2020 White House Christmas Tree has arrived!

Dow Tops 30,000 for First Time Ever
Breitbart
“The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Tuesday rose above 30,000 for the first time ever,” John Carney reports. “The stock market has experienced a powerful rally as drug makers announced test results showing their coronavirus vaccines appear to be highly effective. The Dow is up nearly 12,000 points since its lows in March.”
 
WATCH: Market sets record for 48th time under Trump Administration

‘Burn It Down’: Activists in Seattle Want to Abolish Police, Prisons, and Courts.
-City Journal
“American cities are entering a period of chaos. Protests and riots have dominated headlines, but beneath the surface, activists are launching an unprecedented campaign to overthrow the traditional justice system and replace it with a new model based on a radical conception of social justice,” Christopher Rufo writes. “In Seattle . . . it has also been adopted at the highest levels of municipal government.”


Listen to the Science — It’s 100% Clear Kids Should Be in School
The Daily Caller
“Based on a growing body of evidence, researchers suggest that schools do not serve as hot spots or major points of spread for COVID-19. Instead, they argue the number of cases in schools reflect both the infection rates and social distancing policies of their surrounding communities. The data suggests schools can remain open to in-person instruction with adequate policies in place,” Adam Barnes reports.

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Five Stories President Trump Doesn’t Want You to Miss

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From the White House – November 20, 2020
Pfizer Files COVID-19 Vaccine Application to US FDA
Reuters
Pharmaceutical company Pfizer “applied to U.S. health regulators on Friday for emergency use authorization (EUA) of its COVID-19 vaccine, the first such application in a major step toward providing protection against the new coronavirus,” Vishwadha Chander reports. “If the data is solid, ‘we literally could be weeks away from the authorization of a 95% effective vaccine,’ U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary AlexAzar said.”

📖 NEW: President Trump finalizes action to lower medicine prices!

Pompeo: US to Recognize BDS Movement as Antisemitic
-The Jerusalem Post
“The US will withdraw funding from groups that boycott Israel, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said during his meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem on Thursday,” Lahav Harkov reports. “We are deeply grateful for all President Trump has done with [Secretary Pompeo and others] to strengthen Israel and advance peace,” Prime Minister Netanyahu said.

CDC Director: Schools Among ‘Safest Places’ Kids Can Be, Closing Schools an ‘Emotional Response’ Not Backed By Data
-The Daily Wire
“CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield said on Thursday that K-12 schools should remain open because data shows that schools are among the ‘safest places’ that kids can be from the pandemic, and attempts to close schools are nothing more than an ’emotional response,'” Ryan Saavedra reports. “K-12 schools can operate with face-to-face learning and they can do it safely and they can do it responsibly,” Redfield said.

🎬 Vice President PenceCDC does not recommend school closures

Trump’s Order Puts a Halt to America Financing China’s Weapons
-The Hill
“American capital should not be used to finance the development and construction of China’s military weapons that are literally aimed at killing Americans and driving the U.S. military out of Asia. President Trump recently signed an executive order putting a stop to that Wall Street insanity,” White House Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro writes.

VP Pence: SpaceX Crew-1 Launch Proves NASA Is Back, President Trump Has Secured America’s Leadership in Space
-Fox News
“America celebrated another historic milestone at the Kennedy Space Center on Sunday with the successful launch of NASA’s SpaceX Crew-1 . . . As President Trump said in his inaugural address, ‘We stand at the birth of a new millennium, ready to unlock the mysteries of space.” And that’s exactly what we’ve done,” Vice President Mike Pence writes.
 
🎬 Ivanka Trump: We are going back to the Moon—then on to Mars!

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Five Stories President Trump Doesn’t Want You to Miss

From The White House on Friday November 13th, 2020 
Feds Strike Deal to Make COVID-19 Vaccine Free at Major Pharmacies
-New York Post
“COVID-19 vaccinations will eventually be available free at neighborhood pharmacy chains—just as flu shots are now—thanks to an agreement announced by federal health officials on Thursday,” Laura Italiano reports. “Optimism for an effective vaccine rose this week after news that the shot being developed by Pfizer and BioNTech is more than 90 percent effective.”
 
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Trump’s Economy Really Was Better Than Obama’s

Bloomberg
“In 2016, real median household income was $62,898, just $257 above its level in 1999. Over the next three years it grew almost $6,000, to $68,703. That’s perhaps why, despite the pandemic, 56% of U.S. voters polled last month said their families were better off today than they were four years ago,” Karl Smith writes.

Vice President Pence: Veterans Day Is a Time to Thank and Appreciate Heroes Who Have Preserved Our Liberty

-Fox News
“Every veteran of the armed forces of the United States is a hero to the American people,” Vice President Mike Pence writes. “As a father of a Marine Corps captain and a father-in-law of a Navy lieutenant who’s currently deployed, I couldn’t be more proud to be vice president to a president who cares so deeply about the men and women of our armed forces and every veteran in America.”
 
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Businesses Trying to Rebound After Unrest Face a Challenge: Not Enough Insurance

-The New York Times
“It’s a prominent refrain these days from activists in the aftermath of arson and looting—businesses have insurance. Buildings can be repaired. Broken glass is a small price to pay in a movement for justice,” Nellie Bowles writes. But for many small businesses and entrepreneurs, “there is no easy way to replace all that they lost.”

Trump Bars Americans From Investing in Firms That Help China’s Military

-The Wall Street Journal
“American Capital should not be used to finance the construction of Chinese Communist weapons literally aimed at killing Americans and driving the US military out of Asia,” White House Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro says. “This strong action by President Trump puts a stop to that Wall Street insanity.”

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