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The White House – June 6th, 2020
May Sees Biggest Jobs Increase Ever of 2.5 Million as Economy Starts to Recover from Coronavirus
“Employment stunningly rose by 2.5 million in May and the jobless rate declined to 13.3%, according to data Friday from the Labor Department that was far better than economists had been expecting and indicated that an economic turnaround could be close at hand,” Jeff Cox reports.
🎬 President Trump: The world’s greatest economy is roaring back!

15 People Died in the Protests and Riots Following George Floyd’s Death. Here’s Who They Are
The Daily Caller
“Some have downplayed the looting and violence. Politicians, along with sympathetic members of the national media, lined up to apologize or justify the destruction,” Marlo Safi writes. “But the violence didn’t end with buildings reduced to ashes or broken windows. Lives can’t be replaced.”

🎬 President TrumpEvery American must receive equal treatment under the law

The Media Are Lying To You About Everything, Including The Riots
The Federalist
“In recent days we’ve heard a steady drumbeat of lies, distortions, and disingenuousness from the mainstream media about almost every aspect of the unrest now gripping American cities. The deceit is almost too pervasive and amorphous to describe,” John Daniel Davidson writes.
MORE: “The lying about Donald Trump is now completely out of control”

Trump, HBCUs and Progress
“As both of us can attest, historically Black colleges and universities (HBCU) provide a vital path for young African-Americans to reach the true heights of their potential,” Ken Blackwell and Herman Cain write. “The scale and duration of President Trump’s commitment to HBCUs is a story often ignored in the popular press, but it fits neatly within the framework of his governing philosophy.”
🎬 Scott Turner: We must stand together in unity

How Financial Institutions Can Help America Heal
The Wall Street Journal
“I am all too familiar with the heartbreak and pain that so many in the black community experience as they see such events play out repeatedly,” writes Rodney Hood. “President Trump appointed me the first African-American to lead a federal banking regulatory agency, the National Credit Union Administration . . . Since I assumed the chairmanship last year, much of my focus has been on building and reinforcing places that have fallen behind.”

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