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.”
LIVE at 4 p.m. ET: President Trump gives update on Operation Warp Speed

Trump’s Economy Really Was Better Than Obama’s

“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.”
MORE: Free National Park Entrance for Veterans and Gold Star Families

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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🎬 BREAKING NEWS: Israel and Sudan have agreed to make peace!

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From The White House – October 23, 2020
Trump: Sudan to Join UAE, Bahrain in Recognizing Israel
-The Associated Press
“President Donald Trump announced Friday that Sudan will start to normalize ties with Israel, making it the third Arab state to do so as part of U.S.-brokered deals,” Deb Riechmann and Matthew Lee report. “Sudan had demonstrated its commitment in battling terrorism. ‘This is one of the great days in the history of Sudan,'” President Trump said.
🎬 BREAKINGIsrael and Sudan have agreed to make peace!

Tech Censorship Is on a Dangerous Path
-The Daily Signal
“The titans of social media, [Jack] Dorsey at Twitter and Mark Zuckerberg at Facebook, lead their companies the way China does. These men want to control what the public sees, which enables them to better monitor and, ultimately, influence every aspect of society and life,” Armstrong Williams writes. “It is hard to imagine a more insidious effort to subvert freedom of speech, expression, and the free flow of ideas.”

How Team Trump Is Fighting China’s Ploys to Control the UN
-New York Post
“I’ve seen firsthand the Chinese Communist Party’s increasingly aggressive efforts to manipulate UN agencies to whitewash its bad behavior, silence criticism and advance authoritarian government,” U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Kelly Craft writes. “Unlike our predecessors, the Trump administration is clear-eyed about this threat.”

Why Operation Warp Speed Is a Made-in-America Story
-Fox Business
“We have already seen tremendous unprecedented progress toward a vaccine. Four of our six vaccine candidates are in the final stage of human trials, and we may even see data emerge from one of more of these in October. In the meantime, a unique made-in-America story is being written,” Health & Human Services Secretary Alex Azar writes.
📖 MORE: Attacks on U.S. COVID response are ‘unjustified,’ doctor says

Confronting Ohio’s Rural Opioid Crisis
“Throughout Ohio and across the country, as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, another health crisis remains: drug addiction . . . President Trump [has] expanded the use of telemedicine, unraveling burdensome regulations to ensure those receiving counseling for substance use disorder are able to receive continuous care,” writes Jim Carroll, director of the White House’s Office of National Drug Control Policy.
📖 READ: From day one, President Trump waged war on opioid addiction

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You guys had 8 years to do these same things, Joe. Why didn’t you?

Trump’s Greatest Accomplishments Are What He Hasn’t Done

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From The White House – October 22, 2020
“Under immense pressure by the media and other Democratic operatives, at a time when nearly all global leaders were using the pandemic as an excuse to seize greater control, Trump did not,” Mollie Hemingway writes in The Federalist.
“Whether it’s not seizing power at a time nearly all other executives have, not launching wars in the manner of his predecessors, or not ignoring the campaign promises he made, some of President Donald Trump’s greatest accomplishments are what he hasn’t done.”
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“Across the globe, the [Chinese Communist Party] aims to spread propaganda, restrict speech, and exploit personal data to malign ends. The United States, accordingly, cannot simply ignore the CCP’s ideological objectives. Washington must understand that the fight against Chinese aggression first requires recognizing it and defending ourselves against it,” National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien writes for Foreign Affairs.

“President Trump often says that his ‘America First’ foreign policy does not mean ‘America Alone.’ Nowhere is this better exemplified than in the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement . . . [USMCA] replaces the outdated, ineffective North American Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and better positions the American economy and its private sector for success,” Deputy Energy Secretary Mark Menezes writes in Townhall.

“Americans expect their air, water, and land to be clean. In the Trump Administration, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is intently focused on meeting these expectations. This focus has paid off. Since 2017, criteria air pollutant emissions have fallen 7 percent, making air quality the best it’s been since modern recordkeeping began,” Assistant EPA Administrator Susan Bodine writes for RealClearEnergy.

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President Trump takes action to protect American mining from China

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From The White House – 01.10.2020 
President Trump signed an executive order yesterday to reduce American dependence on China for critical minerals. The order also expands the domestic mining industry, supports American mining jobs, and reduces unnecessary permit delays.
These minerals—which include aluminum, lithium, titanium, and many others—are essential inputs for airplanes, computers, cell phones, electricity systems, and advanced electronic products. They are crucial both for our economy and our national security.
For several decades, our country’s mining industry has suffered because of political inaction, a broken permitting process, and predatory foreign competition from China. As a result, the United States is heavily reliant on foreign imports for critical minerals despite the presence of significant sources for many of them across our country.
“We will put our miners back to work,” President Trump said.
Yesterday’s action builds on President Trump’s commitment to restore and strengthen our economy as we safely reopen from the global Coronavirus pandemic.
The Trump Administration has already worked to reform outdated bureaucracy, which too often held up vital American infrastructure projects. This year, amid the Coronavirus outbreak from China, President Trump leveraged the Defense Production Act dozens of times to support production of critical medical equipment here in America.
President Trump also placed a pause on new immigrant visas through the end of this year, ensuring that we continue to put American workers first during this recovery.
📖 President Trump is protecting our mining industry!
📖 MORE: Read President Trump’s executive order.

White House announces dates for Fall Garden Tours! President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are opening the White House gardens and grounds to the public on October 17 and 18, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET. 
“The grounds will open on Oct 17 & 18th for the public to view the beautiful colors of the season & experience the beauty of the gardens, including the newly renovated Rose Garden,” the First Lady shared on Twitter.
Earlier this year, the First Lady unveiled her restoration of the White House Rose Garden. In addition to the Rose Garden, visitors will be able to visit the South Lawn, the First Ladies Garden, and the White House Kitchen Garden.
Tickets are free and will be distributed by the National Park Service on each tour day. 
🌼 Learn more about the Fall 2020 Garden Tours!
📖 READ: A look back at the history of the White House Gardens

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Marine One lifts off from the South Lawn of the White House 
| October 1, 2020

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