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White House Press Release – 10/18/2019
Mike Pence: Turkey Agrees to Five-Day Cease-Fire to Withdraw Kurdish Fighters
The Washington Times
Following four hours of talks and negotiation, a U.S. delegation led by Vice President Mike Pence reported that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan “was prepared to call off his military incursion into Syria,” Tom Howell Jr. reports. A 5-day halt in Turkish operations will allow the U.S. to help Kurdish fighters exit a 20-mile border buffer zone, and once complete, Erdogan’s forces will help the U.S. detain ISIS fighters in the region.

Quid Pro Nothing: Trump Accusers Don’t Care About the Facts
New York Post
President Trump’s critics “went berserk Thursday, claiming that acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney had just admitted to a quid pro quo with Ukraine. Except that what Mulvaney ‘admitted’ is that the administration was doing what it should — pushing a foreign government to cooperate in getting to the bottom of foreign interference in the 2016 campaign,” the New York Post editorial board writes.

Must-read: “Schiff Pushed Volker to Say Ukraine Felt Pressure from Trump

Trump Visit Brings the World to New Louis Vuitton Workshop in Johnson County
The Dallas Morning News
“French luxury brand Louis Vuitton put Johnson County [Texas] on the map Thursday as the world followed President Donald Trump to the ribbon-cutting of the company’s new $50 million leather workshop,” Maria Halkias writes. “Louis Vuitton signed the president’s ‘pledge to America’s workers’ earlier this month,” which so far has generated more than 14 million new job and training opportunities for America’s great labor force. 

 President Trump welcomes Louis Vuitton to Texas!

Blues Celebrate Championship with White House Visit
-NHL.com
“After a championship parade, a Stanley Cup Tour around the world, a ring ceremony, a Hockey Hall of Fame visit and a banner-raising on Opening Night, only one more celebration remained for the Stanley Cup Champion St. Louis Blues, and that was a visit to the White House,” Chris Pinkert writes. After falling to last place in the NHL midway through the season, the Blues’ dramatic turnaround is a true American comeback story.

 Watch: President Trump hosts the 2019 Stanley Cup Champions

Trip of a Lifetime! Trump Gives Little League Champs Ride Back to Louisiana Aboard Air Force One
-Media Research Center
After a visit to the White House last Friday to commemorate winning this year’s Little League World Series title, the kids of the Eastbank All-Stars team got one more surprise: an invitation from President Trump to ride back home in Air Force One. The President happened to be visiting their home state of Louisiana later that day, Nick Kangadis reports.

🎬 Little League World Series champs meet President Trump

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RESOLUTE READS – 10/12/2019

White House Press Briefing – 10/12/2019
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Ukraine Smoke and Mirrors
The Wall Street Journal
“Democrats and the media for three years used a fog of facts and speculation to lull America into forgetting there was never a shred of evidence of Trump-Russia collusion. They flooded the zone with another flurry of scattershot claims in their campaign against Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Republicans might bear these tactics in mind as they confront the left’s new impeachment push,” Kimberly Strassel writes.

New this week: “Joe Biden worked with whistleblower when he was vice president, officials reveal”

Why Can’t Dems Treat Trump as Fairly as Republicans Did Bill Clinton?
New York Post
“Pelosi’s Democrats are rushing to a final impeachment vote before Thanksgiving. They’re deposing witnesses behind closed doors and denying Republicans fair time to ask questions and the right to call their own witnesses,” the New York Post editorial board writes. “Instead, they’re leaking negative info and withholding favorable facts.”

Official response: Read the White House’s letter to House Democrat leaders.

Border Apprehensions Down for Fourth Consecutive Month
-Fox News
“Border officials apprehended just over 52,000 migrants at the southern border in September—another drop in numbers for the fourth consecutive month,” Adam Shaw reports. In recent months, President Trump has negotiated deals with Mexico and Central American countries to reduce the flow of illegal immigrants into the United States.

 Watch: This is what a real border wall looks like!

Vice President Pence: We Need the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement For Trade
The Arizona Daily Star
“While the last administration saw America lose 200,000 manufacturing jobs, since President Trump’s election, we’ve seen more than half a million manufacturing jobs created all across America,” Vice President Mike Pence writes. Once passed, “USMCA will add more than $68 billion to our economy and create another 176,000 American jobs.”

Democrats are Wrong. Middle-Class Incomes Surging – Thanks to Trump Policies
-Fox News
“Middle-class incomes, after adjusting for inflation, have surged by $5,003 since Donald Trump became president in January 2017,” Steve Moore writes. “In the seven and a half years that Barack Obama was president, and not including the end of the recession, which Obama inherited, incomes inched up by $1,043 (June 2009 – January 2019).”

Melania Trump Breaks Ground on New Tennis Pavilion at White House
-CNN
“First lady Melania Trump announced on Tuesday afternoon that she had—ceremonial shovel in hand—marked the start of construction for a new White House tennis pavilion on the South Lawn,” Kate Bennett reports. “Thank you to all who will help in making this legacy piece possible for future first families,” the First Lady wrote on Twitter.

🎬 ICYMI: First Lady explores the outdoors with Wyoming students

President Trump Keeps Promise to Tame Bureaucracy that Runs Roughshod Over Americans
-Fox News
“When President Trump took office in 2017, he promised the American people that he would clean up Washington’s regulatory overreach. He pledged to make government accountable to the people. And he has made good on his promises by driving the largest deregulation effort since President Reagan took office over 30 years ago,” Acting White House Management and Budget Director Russ Vought writes.

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RESOLUTE READS-10/05/2019

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US Unemployment Rate Falls to Five-Decade Low of 3.5%
New York Post
America’s unemployment rate fell to a 50-year low last month, dropping to 3.5 percent and matching a level last seen in December 1969, Alexandra Steigrad reports. “The jobless rate for Hispanics also hit a new record low, while the level for African Americans maintained its lowest level ever.”

More6.4 million jobs since Election Day—more than the population of Maryland!Trump’s Transparency is Driving the Left Nuts (and Messing Up Their Impeachment Dreams)
-Fox News
“He wasn’t supposed to release the transcripts. Or the whistleblower report. He was expected to do what any president would have done – what President Obama always did. Hide the evidence,” former Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) writes. House Democrats “weren’t counting on the president’s unprecedented transparency. Nobody releases a transcript of calls between heads of state. But Donald Trump did.”

🎬 President Trump: “They’re trying to stop me because I’m fighting for you.”Schiff’s Shifty Timeline
The Wall Street Journal
“If the latest impeachment push continues to backfire, Democrats can thank their duplicitous House Intelligence chairman, Adam Schiff,” Kimberly Strassel writes. This week, a bombshell report revealed that Schiff’s team had advance knowledge of the complaint from the “whistleblower”—and withheld that fact from the American public.

4 Pinocchios: “We have not spoken directly with the whistleblower.” – Adam SchiffFirst Lady Begins Wyoming Visit with Tour of Jackson
Casper Star-Tribune
“First lady Melania Trump kicked off a two-day visit to Wyoming on Thursday, meeting with local fourth graders and touring a sliver of Wyoming backcountry as part of promotional efforts for her ‘Be Best’ initiative,” Nick Reynolds writes. “In Jackson Hole Mercantile, which faces the town square, many customers were caught by surprise, according to a shopkeeper, with some saying that the first lady’s visit ‘made their day.'”

 Watch: First Lady explores Wyoming’s Snake River with 4th gradersTrump Says Dems Out to ‘Raid Medicare’ to Fund Socialism; He Signs Executive Order Seeking Changes
-Fox News
President Trump signed an executive order on Thursday to protect the current Medicare system—a stark contrast to Congressional Democrats’ “Medicare-for-All” scheme, Andrew O’Reilly reports. “Signing the order at the Villages – a retirement community north of Orlando – Trump singled out Democrats he said want to ‘totally obliterate Medicare.'”

 Seniors will never lose their Medicare on President Trump’s watch.Ivanka Trump Joins Google CEO in Dallas for Tech Giant’s $3.5M Pledge to White House Jobs Initiative
The Dallas Morning Star
“With first daughter and White House adviser Ivanka Trump by his side, Google CEO Sundar Pichai signed a pledge Thursday in Dallas that the company will boost its investment in tech skills training for American workers,” Melissa Repko reports. Google is one of more than 350 companies to join the White House’s Pledge to America’s Workers.

LIVE BREAKING NEWS ADDITION.
Live: Pence delivers remarks at GOP Unity Rally
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PR5iCehR1RE&feature=push-lsb&attr_tag=FrzxWLG85BufMhL6%3A6

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RESOLUTE READS -9/27/2019

White House Press Release For September 27, 2019

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After Failing on Russia, Democrats Try a New Hoax
The Washington Times
“Sequels are rarely better than the original. If we have learned anything over the last six days, as the feeding frenzy over the whistleblower has overtaken official Washington, it is this: Democrats want to impeach President Trump and they do not care if the facts support their cause,” Matt Mackowiak writes. “After more than two years of Democrats’ hyperventilating, Mr. Trump was cleared of collusion and conspiracy. Democrats and their media allies overhyped their claims and won Pulitzer Prizes along the way. But they failed in their objective.”Complaint From So-Called ‘Whistleblower’ Is Riddled With Gossip, Blatant Falsehoods
The Federalist
The formal complaint from an anti-Trump “whistleblower” has followed “the same template used in the infamous and debunked Clinton campaign-funded Steele dossier,” Sean Davis writes. “Rather than provide direct evidence that was witnessed or obtained firsthand by the complainant, the document instead combines gossip from various anonymous individuals, public media reports, and blatant misstatements of fact and law in service of a narrative that is directly contradicted by underlying facts. A footnote in the document even boasts about its use of ‘ample open-source information.'”Adam Schiff and Democrats are Twisting Words to Smear Trump
Washington Examiner
“We were promised a Hollywood-style, smoking gun quid pro quo. But after the transcript was released, the whistleblower complaint came out, and the House Intelligence Committee grilled acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire, leaving most people with glazed-over expressions, wondering what the big deal is,” Jenna Ellis Rives writes. In the hearing, Chairman Adam Schiff attempted to play word games with Maguire in an effort to manipulate the situation. “So why the manipulation? Because the Democrats know their case is weak. Their only hope lies in trying to twist legal terminology for their political advantage.”
 
More dishonesty: “Adam Schiff performs fake conversation between Trump and Ukraine President”At the UN, Trump Rightly Stands Up for National Sovereignty
Washington Examiner
President Trump “is never afraid to stand up for popular self-government and the greatest guarantor self-government has ever had: the nation-state,” the Washington Examiner editorial board writes. “Trump did very well in his Tuesday speech to the U.N. General Assembly to reassert, once again, that the nation-state is a good thing; speaking as he was in an institution with misguided supranational ambitions. This was something U.N. bureaucrats and diplomats needed to hear from the leader of the free world.”
 
President Trump: “The future does not belong to globalists.”American Farmers Main Winners From U.S.-Japan Trade Agreement
Bloomberg
It’s U.S. farmers that “are set to be the main winners from President Donald Trump’s initial accord with Japan,” Mario Parker reports. “Under a trade agreement announced by Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday, the Asian country will lower or reduce tariffs on some $7.2 billion of American-grown farming products.”U.S. Will Remain in Postal Treaty After Emergency Talks
The New York Times
The Trump Administration “agreed on Wednesday to stay in a United Nations body that has regulated international mail service for more than a century after delegates agreed during emergency talks to change the way postal fees are structured,” Nick Cumming-Bruce reports. The deal “will allow the United States to start setting its own postal fees in July and allow other countries that receive more than 75,000 metric tons of mail a year to start phasing in higher rates in January 2021.” White House Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro called the decision a “huge victory for millions of American workers and businesses,” saving the United States between $300 million and $500 million a year.

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