Donald Trump

Posted by: R. Mitchell in In The News, Trump Administration July 9, 2018 In choosing a new Justice, I will select someone with impeccable credentials, great intellect, unbiased judgement, and deep reverence for the laws and Constitution of the United States. President Donald J. Trump TRANSPARENT: President Donald J. Trump promised to be transparent,
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by Molly Prince President Donald Trump has narrowed down his list of potential Supreme Court nominations to three candidates. With four days remaining until Trump makes an expected selection announcement, his choice to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy is down to three federal appeals judges: Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh and Raymond Kethledge, reported The Associated Press. The
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Posted by: R. Mitchell in In The News, Trump Administration June 27, 2018 President Donald Trump will participate in a roundtable with supporters then deliver a speech in Wisconsin Thursday morning. In the afternoon, the president will attend a groundbreaking ceremony for Foxconn’s new factory in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin. President Trump’s schedule for 6/28/18 All Times
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President Donald Trump spoke about illegal immigration, loopholes, and Congressional failure to act in this week’s Presidential Address. “Democrat-supported loopholes in our federal laws have enabled roughly half a million illegal immigrant family members and minors from Central America to be released into the United States since 2014, at unbelievably tremendous taxpayer expense,” Trump
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Posted by: R. Mitchell in In The News, Trump Administration June 23, 2018 Saturday, in Las Vegas, Nevada, President Donald Trump delivers brief remarks and participates in a roundtable discussion with representatives and workers from companies that extended benefits to their employees thanks to the President’s leadership on and enactment of tax reform through the
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A large contingent in Congress and almost the whole of American media has gotten the whole illegal alien family separation mess wrong from the get-go and it’s a miscalculation that will likely cost Democrats and moderate Republicans in the 2018 midterm elections. Time’s most recent cover is an excellent example of the rush-to-judge, hypocritical, mouth-breathing attitude
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  by Will Racke A majority of likely voters think illegal immigrant parents are more to blame for the latest immigration crisis than the Trump administration, according to a Rasmussen poll released Thursday. When migrant families are caught illegally crossing the southwest border and subsequently separated for criminal prosecution, 54 percent of American voters
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