5 STORIES PRESIDENT TRUMP DOESN’T WANT YOU TO MISS

The White House – May 30th, 2020
Trump Pulls U.S. Out of World Health Organization, Slaps Penalties on China Over Hong Kong Action
The Washington Times
“President Trump announced Friday the U.S. is terminating its relationship with the World Health Organization over its handling of the coronavirus crisis,” Tom Howell Jr. and Dave Boyer report. The President also took action on China for misleading the world about the virus, as well as for its security crackdown on Hong Kong.
 
🎬 President Trump: “Cover-up of the Wuhan virus allowed the disease to spread”

Coronavirus Task Force Chief Mike Pence: You Did It, America
Washington Examiner
Early on, experts warned President Trump that without social distancing, the COVID-19 death toll could reach as high as 2.2 million. But with it, the range would drop to 100,000 to 240,000. “Today, as many states begin to ease rules near the Memorial Day holiday week turning point that [Vice President Mike Pence] predicted, the death toll, tragic as it is, stands at the lowest level on that chart,” Paul Bedard writes.
 
VP Pence: 167,000% surge in tests, 663M masks, and 110,000 ventilators ‘ready this fall’

Ivanka Trump Helps Treasury Prioritize $10B Funding for Minority-Owned Small Businesses
-Fox Business
“Ivanka Trump, senior adviser to President Trump, is working closely with the Treasury Department and Small Business Administration to help allocate $10 billion in funding for minority-owned small businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic,” Audrey Conklin writes.

Trump’s Social Media Executive Order is Justified – Protects Free Speech, Combats Censorship
-Fox News
“President Trump was right and justified Thursday to sign an executive order calling for new regulations to strip legal liability protections from social media companies that censor posts and engage in political conduct on their sites,” Jim Hanson writes.
 
🎬 FCC Commissioner: Move shines a light on companies taking political sides

It’s Time To Stop Pretending Twitter Is Neutral
The Federalist
“By stepping in to flag Trump’s tweet with a warning label and a link so users can ‘get the facts’ about mail-in ballots (which ironically links to a CNN article by Chris Cillizza), Twitter abandoned any claim it had to being a neutral facilitator,” John Daniel Davidson writes.
 
MORE: “33 Examples of Twitter’s Anti-Conservative Bias”

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A first in U.S. history

The White House – 04/ 20/ 2020

America is winning its war on the Coronavirus. President Trump announced another milestone over the weekend: More than 4 million Americans have now been tested.
 
“That’s a record anywhere in the world,” he said. The United States has now conducted more tests than France, the United Kingdom, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, India, Austria, Australia, Sweden, and Canada—combined.
 
🎬 Kellyanne Conway: It’s time to work together toward reopening America.
 
President Trump’s response is unprecedented for another reason, too—one that most Americans won’t see covered in the news. “Throughout history, national emergencies have led to a more powerful and centralized federal government,” Hudson Institute Distinguished Fellow Christopher DeMuth writes in The Wall Street Journal.
 
Until now. “For the first time in U.S. history, an administration is responding to a crisis with deregulation and decentralization,” he says.
 
Here’s why. Career politicians, both in Washington and around the world, have one instinct during an emergency: to grab power. It’s rarely temporary, and it often has little to do with the situation at hand. Instead, politicians create more agencies and more red tape, claiming that Bigger Government will prevent the next great threat. 
 
The opposite happens. A slow, bureaucratic response globally made the Coronavirus worse. The World Health Organization, with its $2.4 billion annual budget, didn’t prepare the world for Coronavirus—it downplayed the risk while parroting claims from the Chinese Communist Party that the virus wasn’t spreading between humans.
 
Elsewhere in the world, countries with government-run socialized medicine have been forced to ration care, often at the expense of older patients.
 
In the United States, President Trump moved to slash red tape quickly, eliminating outdated rules and bureaucracy around testing, treatments, telemedicine, and more to speed up our nationwide response to his standards.
 
President Trump knows that Washington works best when it leads, not controls. His priority is making sure that every state, locality, and frontline worker has the resources needed to fight this virus. Whether it’s securing more ventilators or rapidly expanding testing, he’s brought in the full power of America’s best-on-Earth private sector to help. 
 
The results show that America is unstoppable when it works together. Closely watched areas such as New York, Detroit, and New Orleans are stabilizing and seeing progress. Nationwide, the latest data suggests that America is past its peak for new cases—and on track to see far fewer deaths than even the most optimistic models once projected. 
 
The President knows who to thank for winning this war: you. Our nation’s doctors, nurses, innovators, essential workers, and patriotic citizens are the best in the world.
 
“The American people have done a hell of a job,” he says.  
 
Vice President Pence: Our large metro areas appear to be past their peak.
 
MORESee President Trump’s phased approach for Opening Up America Again!

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President Trump takes questions from the press | April 19, 2020

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FIVE STORIES PRESIDENT TRUMP DOESN’T WANT YOU TO MISS

The White House – April 18, 2020
Donald Trump: We Are Reopening America ‘One Careful Step at a Time’
-Breitbart
“President Donald Trump on Thursday announced new guidelines for reopening America after the peak of the coronavirus crisis,” Charlie Spiering reports. “We’re starting our life again. We’re starting rejuvenation of our economy again in a safe and structured and a very responsible fashion,” the President said of his three-phase plan.
 
See the Guidelines: Opening Up America Again

Democrats Need to Stop Holding Small-Business Help Hostage
New York Post
“It’s beyond tragic: The loan program to aid small businesses hit by lockdowns is [now] out of cash, yet Democrats still refuse to OK new funds unless their unrelated demands are met,” the New York Post editorial board writes. “If small-business closures spike, costing countless workers their jobs, Americans shouldn’t forget the Dems’ cynicism.”

‘Experience of a Lifetime:’ Truck Driver Reacts to Being Saluted by Trump at White House
-Fox News
President Trump celebrated American truckers on Thursday for their work keeping our country supplied during the Coronavirus, Joshua Nelson reports. “Getting the honor and respect that I think the 3.5 million truck drivers deserve was just heartwarming because it was not personally me, it’s all of us doing our jobs,” Stephen Richardson said.
 
🚚 WATCH: President Trump welcomes truckers to the South Lawn!

Trump Puts U.S. Public Diplomacy on Notice
The National Interest
U.S. public broadcasting “has come in for extensive criticism for, among other things, skewed priorities in its outreach to Iran, internal corruption and mismanagement, and a failure to provide much-needed political balance in its reporting on hostile regimes,” Ilan Berman writes. Now, “the White House seems prepared to do something about it.”

We Have Liftoff: Space Force Gets its First Cadets From the Air Force Academy as it Charts the Future of Space Ops
Washington Examiner
“The United States Space Force will welcome more than 85 newly commissioned second lieutenants, who graduate from the Air Force Academy tomorrow,” Jamie McIntyre reports. The historic event will mark “the graduation of the first cadets to earn their degrees in space operations.”

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FIVE STORIES PRESIDENT TRUMP DOESN’T WANT YOU TO MISS

The White House – April 11, 2020
Help for America’s Small Businesses and Their Workers
-Fox Business
“We want workers to have work, not to become dependent on the unemployment system,” Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia and Small Business Administrator Jovita Carranza write. President Trump’s new “Paycheck Protection Program addresses this by offering [100% forgivable] small business loans of up to $10 million.”
 
🇺🇸 President Trump: America Works Together!

Democrats Opt for Blackmail Over Small-Business Money—and the Media Covers for Them
New York Post
This week, Senate Democrats blocked a simple but urgent request to boost emergency relief for U.S. small businesses from $350 billion to $600 billion. “Everything is an opportunity,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, previewing Democrats’ plan to use the small business money as leverage for other items on their political wishlist.

Telehealth Plays Big Role in Coronavirus Cure
Orlando Sentinel
“As our country responds to the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic, we are working rapidly to change the way we practice medicine to keep people safe,” Surgeon General Jerome Adams and CMS Administrator Seema Verma write. “For the duration of the pandemic, Medicare beneficiaries may now stay at home and use a commonly available interactive form of technology like FaceTime or Skype to have a telehealth office visit.”
 
🎬 VP Pence: We’re seeing results, thanks to the American people

WHO Failed
National Review
When President Trump limited travel from China in January—a move that bought America precious time to prepare for Coronavirus—the World Health Organization slammed the decision. “The record is clear: The WHO has lent its imprimatur to Chinese disinformation and blessed China’s slow response to its domestic outbreak, which likely caused a 20-fold increase in cases,” the National Review editorial board writes.

Ivanka Trump Lassos $1.6B for Virus-Slammed Small Companies
Washington Examiner
“Ivanka Trump, President Trump’s jobs czar, and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin have rallied American banks to pony up $1.6 billion to help small businesses and Main Street Americans crushed by the coronavirus,” Paul Bedard reports.
 
🎬 Ivanka Trump: “We’ll keep fighting for you.”

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THE WHITE HOUSE – MARCH 26, 2020

America marshals all its resources to fight the Coronavirus

Last night, the Senate unanimously passed a $2.2 trillion emergency deal—the largest economic relief package in our nation’s history. “96-0 in the United States Senate. Congratulations AMERICA!” President Trump wrote on Twitter.
 
The American people have heroically joined forces and stepped up to help defeat the Coronavirus. But this outbreak has left American workers and small business owners in immediate need of financial relief.
 
The CARES Act, as it’s called, will provide just that:
-$1,200 direct payments to middle-class Americans, plus $500 for each child—a total of $3,400 for a family of four
-$100 billion in direct support to our hospital systems, first responders, and health care workers
– $370+ billion to small business owners to keep employees on the payroll
-Delays federal student loan payments for the next 6 months 

“As we fight to protect American lives, we’re also protecting American livelihoods,” the President said during yesterday’s White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing. “I encourage the House to pass this vital legislation and send the bill to my desk for signature. Without delay, I will sign it immediately.”
 
🎬 VP Pence: American companies are stepping up to supply medical equipment!
 
The Coronavirus has put both America and the entire world through an unprecedented medical crisis. But from the beginning of the outbreak, President Trump took clear and decisive action, immediately putting life-saving travel restrictions in place and forging a partnership between the Federal government and private sector to take on this challenge together.
 
Today, those efforts continued as the President participated in a video teleconference with fellow G20 leaders to address global needs. Later, he and Vice President Mike Pence held another teleconference with our nation’s Governors to continue supporting local response efforts.
 
🎬 President Trump: The more aggressively we commit to social distancing, the sooner we can return to normal.
 
Dr. Birx: “When you are protecting yourself, you are protecting others.”
Photo of the DayPresident Trump and Vice President Pence participate in a video teleconference with Governors on COVID-19 | March 26, 2020

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