Five Stories President Trump Doesn’t Want You to Miss

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Twitter’s Partisan Censors
-The Wall Street Journal
“The political actions taken Wednesday by Twitter—and to a lesser extent Facebook—went far beyond normal content moderation,” The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes. “Silicon Valley’s partisan interference flies in the face of American instincts about democracy, fair play, and the spirit of the First Amendment.”

First Lady Melania Trump: ‘My Personal Experience with COVID-19’
-WhiteHouse.gov
“It was two weeks ago when I received the diagnosis that so many Americans across our country and the world had already received—I tested positive for COVID-19. To make matters worse, my husband, and our nation’s Commander-in-Chief, received the same news,” First Lady Melania Trump writes.
 
MORE: “Give focus to our next generation,” the First Lady says

The Senate Should Confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, and Quickly
The Hill
“The unfortunate vacancy left by the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg must be filled in a timely manner to continue the important role of the judiciary. The Constitution is clear—the president has a solemn duty to make a nomination for the Senate’s consideration. President Trump fulfilled his duty by putting forward Barrett, and now the Senate must do its job,” Chase Martin writes.
 
WATCH: Why Amy Coney Barrett says she answered the call to serve

Trump Administration Announces Deal With CVS and Walgreens to Administer Coronavirus Vaccine to Seniors in Long-Term Care
CNBC
President Trump just announced “a deal with CVS Health and Walgreens to administer coronavirus vaccines to the elderly and staff in long-term care facilities,” Berkeley Lovelace Jr. writes. “The vaccine will be free and available for residents in all long-term care settings,” including nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
 
WATCH: Seniors will be first in line for a safe and effective vaccine!

Operation Legend: Over 5,000 Arrests Made to Reduce Violent Crimes After a 4-Year Old’s Murder
-The Daily Caller
“Since the start of the [Justice Department’s Operation Legend] in July there have been over 5,000 arrests including federal offenses, drug charges, and murder charges,” Kimberly Eade reports. Violent crime spiked across major U.S. cities following riots this summer. “Kansas City has a 40 percent increase of homicides compared to last year. President Donald Trump promised to protect cities that have high rates of violent crimes.”


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First Lady Melania Trump: ‘My Personal Experience with COVID-19’
-WhiteHouse.gov
“It was two weeks ago when I received the diagnosis that so many Americans across our country and the world had already received—I tested positive for COVID-19. To make matters worse, my husband, and our nation’s Commander-in-Chief, received the same news,” First Lady Melania Trump writes.
 
MORE: “Give focus to our next generation,” the First Lady says

The Senate Should Confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, and Quickly
The Hill
“The unfortunate vacancy left by the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg must be filled in a timely manner to continue the important role of the judiciary. The Constitution is clear—the president has a solemn duty to make a nomination for the Senate’s consideration. President Trump fulfilled his duty by putting forward Barrett, and now the Senate must do its job,” Chase Martin writes.
 
WATCH: Why Amy Coney Barrett says she answered the call to serve

Trump Administration Announces Deal With CVS and Walgreens to Administer Coronavirus Vaccine to Seniors in Long-Term Care
CNBC
President Trump just announced “a deal with CVS Health and Walgreens to administer coronavirus vaccines to the elderly and staff in long-term care facilities,” Berkeley Lovelace Jr. writes. “The vaccine will be free and available for residents in all long-term care settings,” including nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
 
WATCH: Seniors will be first in line for a safe and effective vaccine!

Operation Legend: Over 5,000 Arrests Made to Reduce Violent Crimes After a 4-Year Old’s Murder
-The Daily Caller
“Since the start of the [Justice Department’s Operation Legend] in July there have been over 5,000 arrests including federal offenses, drug charges, and murder charges,” Kimberly Eade reports. Violent crime spiked across major U.S. cities following riots this summer. “Kansas City has a 40 percent increase of homicides compared to last year. President Donald Trump promised to protect cities that have high rates of violent crimes.”

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Education Cannot Be Paused for a Pandemic

The White House – August 21, 2020
FIVE STORIES PRESIDENT TRUMP DOESN’T WANT YOU TO MISS
Education Cannot Be Paused for a Pandemic
-The Hill
“More than our physical health is being affected by this novel coronavirus. With the nation moving towards virtual living to continue social distancing, we are risking under-educating a generation. Children need the option to have an in-person education,” physician and Congressman Michael Burgess writes.

AG Barr Says Feds Have Made Nearly 1,500 Arrests in ‘Operation Legend’
New York Post
“Attorney General William Barr said Wednesday that federal agents helped make 1,485 arrests as part of the nine-city anti-violent-crime Operation Legend . . . Barr said federal charges can put away violent criminals for longer periods of time. He slammed what he said are often soft penalties in local cases,” Steven Nelson reports.

🎬 WATCH:When crime spiked this summer, President Trump took action

Blackouts Expose Perils and Costs of California’s ‘Electrify Everything’ Push
Forbes
“The blackouts that hit California over the past few days exposed the fragility of one of the most-expensive and least-reliable electric grids in North America. They also show that California’s grid can’t handle the load it has now, much less accommodate the enormous amount of new demand that would have to be met if the state attempts to ‘electrify everything'” relying solely upon renewable energy, Robert Bryce writes.

Trump Right to Back Arms Embargo on Iran, a Dangerous State Sponsor of Terrorism
-Fox News
“Iran is the chief threat to stability in the Middle East. A stable Middle East is important to America’s interests. From the start, Trump has sought to rebalance U.S. commitments . . . Unlike Obama, Trump is smart enough to know disengaging from the region is even worse, leaving open running for the likes of Iran,” James Jay Carafano writes.

How to Set World Trade Straight
-The Wall Street Journal
The World Trade Organization “needs new rules to stop the economic distortions that flow from China’s state capitalism. It’s impossible to sustain public confidence in an international trade system when nonmarket practices destroy prospects for workers and businesses around the world,” U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer writes.
 
🎬 President Trump: We replaced the disaster known as NAFTA!

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The Israel-UAE Deal Proves That President Trump’s Foreign Policy is Working

The White House – August 20, 2020

“President Trump has so far been a remarkably successful foreign-policy president. His success lies in his ability to identify America’s national interest clearly and pursue it without regard to outdated ideological investments,” Daniel McCarthy writes in The American Conservative.
 
From China to Iran to the new Middle East deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, “Donald Trump can succeed where the others fail because he is transactional, not ideological, and he looks out for the American interest—which is peace through stability—rather than trying to bring about peace through perfection.”  
 
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“More than 1,000 arrests have been made in major metropolitan cities since the Department of Justice launched Operation Legend in July,” Danielle Wallace reports. “Operation Legend is the heart of the federal government’s response to this upturn in violent crime,” Attorney General William Barr said. Read more in Fox News.

“Catholic churches across the country have been open for up to four months since shelter-in-place orders were lifted . . . The Good News: for Catholic churches following [CDC] guidelines, no outbreaks of COVID-19 have been linked to church attendance,” doctors Paul Cieslak, Timothy Flanigan, and Thomas McGovern write in RealClearScience.

“Millions of Californians have lost power in recent days amid a brutal heat wave, and state regulators warn of more outages in the days and perhaps years to come. Welcome to California’s green new normal . . . California’s Independent System Operator (Caiso) has been warning for years that the state’s increasing dependence on intermittent renewables, especially solar, is making it harder to ensure reliable power,” The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes.

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