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Trump Delivers a Salute to Veterans at Historic NYC Parade
“President Donald Trump paid tribute Monday to all Americans who have worn a military uniform, from the Revolution through present-day conflicts. He spoke at the start of the annual New York City Veterans Day parade,” Richard Sisk reports for Military.com.
President Trump became the first sitting U.S. President to attend the parade. “Our veterans risked everything for us. Now, it is our duty to serve and protect them,” he said.
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“The House impeachment effort is a brazen attempt to protect the ‘independence’ of the permanent bureaucracy. It’s bureaucracy versus democracy, and the ironically named Democratic Party has gone to the mattresses to oppose the threat that elections pose to permanent bureaucratic power,” Adam Mill writes in The Federalist.
“While Democrats pursue their partisan crusade to impeach President Trump, their own constituents continue to benefit from his policies in the form of new jobs and better wages, reduced income inequality, a more equitable criminal justice system, and — at long last — real progress toward curbing the opioid crisis . . . But don’t expect to hear about these bipartisan achievements from the anti-Trump media,” former CKE Restaurants CEO Andy Puzder writes in Fox News.
President Trump was “overwhelmingly cheered by the crowd at the Alabama Crimson Tide vs LSU game” Saturday afternoon in Tuscaloosa. During the game’s first timeout, the President and First Lady Melania Trump “were shown in the stadium’s four video screens and prolonged applause began, followed by scattered chants of ‘USA! USA! USA!’ Trump smiled and waved to the crowd,” Paul Gattis reports for AL.com.
“Border mayors from Brownsville to San Diego have signed on to resolutions in support of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement,” saying that USMCA must be ratified quickly by Congress to modernize NAFTA, Luis Montoya reports for the Rio Grande Guardian.
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