Five Stories President Trump Doesn’t Want You to Miss

The White House – July 31, 2020
Texas Couple Has Saved 68 Lives and Counting With Their COVID-19 Plasma Donations
-Good Morning America
“Brian and Dina Murphy of San Antonio, Texas, have made it their mission to help others by donating plasma to 68 people after both fell ill with [Coronavirus] in March,” Angeline Bernabe writes. “I felt that really, God really saved me and to be a survivor,” Dina said. “I felt that this is really what he wants me to do—to help others.”
🎬 President Trump: If you had COVID-19, donate plasma to save lives!

There Is No Substitute for Proactive Policing
City Journal
“As budget cuts begin to affect police personnel, departments may have to pull officers from proactive activities and place them in response cars to manage the demand for emergency calls,” criminal justice professor William Sousa writes. If 20th-century American history is any guide, “higher rates of crime and disorder will likely result.”
🎬 WATCH: Attacks on law enforcement have led to a violent crime surge

Restoring America’s Energy Dominance
-The Marshall News Messenger
“In the very near term, President Trump championed the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) which helped bring the energy industry back from the brink of collapse in the face of plunging prices as a result of the pandemic . . . In the longer term, President Trump has rolled back stifling regulations which have constrained American energy production,” Texas state Rep. Chris Paddie writes.

Ben Carson: How HUD Is Helping Ohio’s Foster Youth
One year ago, “HUD launched the Foster Youth to Independence (FYI) Initiative, a unique program offering housing vouchers to localities to award to foster youth so they can receive rental assistance when obtaining their first home in the private rental market,” Housing & Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson writes. “To date, 26 states have received funding for 680 individual vouchers, for a total of $5.6 million.”
First Lady Melania Trump: “A team effort to help America’s children”

These Kids Are Getting Left Behind When Schools Go Online
According to experts, “millions of school-age children live in households without home internet service, high-speed internet, access to computer devices or help from parents who know how to use them,” Catherine Shoichet reports. “Last spring, some schools warned they were seeing a growing number of students missing online classes.”
🎬 President Trump: Reopen schools by protecting at-risk populations

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