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From The White House – October 31, 2020

President Trump’s accomplishments are unparalleled. But for the past four years, the leftwing media—with help from their allies in Big Tech—has refused to cover this Administration fairly. Recently, some companies are even censoring conservative voices.
 
Here are six stories that explain the historic work of President Trump’s Administration. Please share them with anyone you think should hear them.

  1. The Blue-Collar Presidency: President Trump is fighting for the middle-class Americans once sidelined by our country’s own politicians. Under his Administration, wages are growing faster for workers than for managers and fastest for those without a college degree.
     
  2. America’s Seniors Will Pay for a Democrat-Socialist Agenda: Average Medicare health plan premiums have dropped by 34% under President Trump. The far left’s “Medicare for All” socialist scheme threatens this progress.
     
  3. The Trump Doctrine—Terrorists Lose and Peace Wins: Five years ago, Americans watched in horror as ISIS gained power and terrorists killed on U.S. soil. Today, ISIS is destroyed, terrorist leaders Al-Baghdadi and Soleimani are dead, and instead of fighting endless wars, America is brokering peace deals.
     
  4. Put the American People First, Not China: For years, the left stood by as the Chinese Communist Party hurt American citizens. With COVID-19, they’re doing it again. President Trump’s strategy is clear: Don’t punish Americans for the mistakes and failures of other countries and global organizations.
     
  5. The Fastest Recovery in History: America has added more than 11 million jobs since May—the quickest comeback on record. New GDP data also reveals the American economy is weathering the global pandemic better than Europe.
     
  6. Donald Trump Fought the Establishment—and Won: President Trump took on the far left, the Republican donor class, the corporate media, China, Big Pharma, and the failed ideology of globalization. The American people wanted change, and the political class didn’t listen. Fortunately, President Trump did.

President Trump has fought tirelessly for the American people–and he’s just getting started!

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President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump wave as they board Marine One | October 22, 2020

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Not in Our Town? How About ‘Not in Our Country?’

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“How the hell can Americans sit back and watch as gangs of dangerous extremists maraud through our cities—burning buildings, throwing rocks, bottles and explosives at police, and attacking the elderly?” Frank Miele writes in RealClearPolitics.  
 
“Why make excuses for the bullies or justify their violence? Looting is wrong. Vandalism is wrong. Lawlessness is wrong. Yet too many people will not say so.”
 
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“No Federal elected official in recent history has taken more significant measures to protect and restore our environment than President Trump,” writes biologist and Florida state legislator Toby Overdorf. “Our President has delivered infrastructure upgrades and investments for numerous environmental restoration projects throughout the country,” including $250 million annually for the Everglades. Read more in Florida Politics.
 
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“I’d never met a president before Donald Trump. His empathy and thoughtfulness on one of the worst days of my life won my gratitude,” writes retired Army officer and Gold Star husband Joe Kent, whose wife was killed fighting ISIS in Syria. “President Trump’s actions have shown our troops more respect than any president in my lifetime,” including “his use of decisive military force only when absolutely necessary.” Read more in NBC News.

“One study from 2013 found that, between 1998 and 2009, it took an average of 10.7 years to develop a vaccine. With the coronavirus, however, experts are discussing the possibility of a vaccine in the same year that the pandemic first erupted. It seems we’ll get a vaccine sometime next year at the latest. This is truly historic for both science and medicine,” former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich writes for Fox News.

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FROM 1600 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE – 10/28/2019

The White House • October 28, 2019

President Trump speaks truth to terrorists


Early yesterday morning, President Donald J. Trump delivered a major announcement to the Nation: Thanks to the unmatched bravery of America’s men and women in uniform, the terrorist leader of ISIS is dead.

 President Trump: ‘The world is now a much safer place.’

“Last night, the United States brought the world’s number one terrorist leader to justice,” the President said. “Capturing or killing Baghdadi has been the top national security priority of my Administration.”

Baghdadi and the cowards around him are responsible for horrific and depraved acts of violence, including the deaths of Americans James Foley, Steven Sotloff, Peter Kassig, and Kayla Mueller. The group’s disgusting track record includes publicly beheading more than 300 people under Baghdadi, as well as carrying out genocidal murders of the Yazidi population and killing thousands of captured prisoners of war.

There are no words strong enough to condemn these monsters. The President’s own language was powerful and clear: “A brutal killer, one who has caused so much hardship and death, was violently eliminated . . . He will never again harm another innocent man, woman, or child.”

Some in the leftwing press prefer to save their harshest language for President Trump instead of murderers. The Washington Post’s original headline for Baghdadi’s “obituary” was chilling: “Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, austere religious scholar at the helm of Islamic State, dies at 48.”

“I have no words,” White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham said.

ISIS terrorists deserve no glorification. They deprived thousands of dignity in their deaths, and thus deserve no honor in their own. ISIS recruits shouldn’t be told that their evil leaders died heroically. They should be told the truth—that their masters died as cowards, traitors, and complete, wretched failures. 

Arizona Republic: “Parents of Kayla Mueller grateful for death of ISIS leader”

🎬 In case you missed it: President Trump’s full address to the Nation

Watch: President Trump honors the men and women in blue


President Trump traveled to Chicago today for the International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference, where he had a special message for the men and women who keep us safe each day.

🎬 President Trump: An attack on law enforcement is an attack on all Americans

You are the ones that “defend our communities, chase down criminals, and keep America safe,” the President said to a crowd of thousands of officers. “You don’t hear it enough: You do an incredible job. The people in this country know it, and the people of this country love you.”

Thanks to President Trump, America’s communities are safer:After spiking for two years before he took office, the violent crime rate in America has dropped for two years in a row under President Trump, falling 4.6 percent.
 The murder rate has declined for two consecutive years under President Trump—after increasing in each of the prior two years.
 The number of robberies fell by more than 50,000 from 2016 to 2018 nationwide. And there were 286,000 fewer burglaries in 2018 than 2016.Now, President Trump is establishing a new executive Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice—the first such American commission on law enforcement in half a century.

There’s been no better friend to law enforcement than President Trump.

 Watch: My Administration will always stand up for you!

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Today, President Trump declassified a picture of the wonderful dog that helped to capture and kill the leader of ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi  | October 28, 2019

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THE HONORABLE LINDSEY GRAHAM WRITES…

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Dear Charles,

Yesterday, I had the great honor of joining President Trump in the Diplomatic Room of the White House as he informed America of the successful raid that killed ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

ISIS is one of the most depraved organizations that has ever existed in the history of the world. They are religious Nazis. Their leader is now dead, and he died a coward’s death.

Thanks to amazing, elite U.S. forces and brave canines, the best of America confronted the worst of humankind… and the good guys won.

I was honored to be asked by President Trump to address the media following his announcement in the White House Press Briefing Room. You can watch my full remarks here:

President Trump deserves great credit for authorizing this risky operation and for his steely resolve in crushing ISIS’ so-called “caliphate.”

Historic moments like this announcement are special, and I consider myself blessed for having been able to witness it up close. South Carolinians – and all Americans – are safer today because al-Baghdadi has been brought to justice.

Please join me today in praying for those brave men and women in uniform who brought this murderous thug to justice and for the families of his many victims such as James Foley and Kayla Mueller.

Sincerely,
Lindsey Graham
United States Senator

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WEST WING READS – 10/28/2019

White House Press Release – 10/28/2019

President Trump Announces Death of ISIS Leader in US Raid

“Last night, the United States brought the world’s Number One terrorist leader to justice,” President Donald J. Trump said yesterday from the East Room of the White House.
 
“Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead.”
 
The terrorist leader’s “death represents a significant symbolic victory in the battle against the terror group and marks the end of a years-long effort to track down the elusive ISIS leader, who had been reported killed multiple times in the past,” Morgan Chalfant reports for The Hill. “Trump declared that al-Baghdadi’s death demonstrated the United States’s ‘relentless pursuit of terrorist leaders and our commitment to the enduring and total defeat of ISIS and other terrorist organizations.'”
 
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On Sunday, the parents of Kayla Mueller, who was taken hostage by al-Baghdadi in 2013 and killed 18 months later, praised President Trump and the soldiers who completed this mission, Karina Bland writes in The Arizona Republic. “I still say Kayla should be here, and if Obama had been as decisive as President Trump, maybe she would have been,” Marsha Mueller said.”

On Sunday morning, The Washington Post seemingly struggled to come up with a headline for Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s obituary,” Ashe Schow writes in The Daily Wire.  “Just imagine the Post claiming Osama bin Laden was an ‘austere religious scholar.’ You can’t, because that’s not how the Post described him after the raid that killed him during the Obama Administration … Yet when the leader of a terrorist organization dies under President Donald Trump, the word ‘terrorist’ gets removed.”

“A week after he was inaugurated, Trump issued National Security Presidential Memorandum 3, which mandated an updated campaign plan against ISIS within 30 days,” Peter Bergen writes for CNN. The President deserves credit for giving “his military commanders the authority for taking action against ISIS so they were no longer micromanaged by the White House, as was often the case under Obama.” 

“The S&P 500 hit a record high on Monday, breaking above an all-time high set over the summer as investors cheered strong earnings and progress on U.S.-China trade,” Fred Imbert reports for CNBC.

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