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給 日本 福岡 @本田 ふみ 郵寄 日本作家 漢文的 印刷品書 航空➕掛號 的 郵寄費 人民幣 101元;2019.5.22. 給 大陸 部分 陈們 郵寄 邀請函(2019.12. 世界陳氏宗親總會 總會長与秘書長 換屆大會): 我背著 部分信函,有些重。 我走出社區大門,門口問四輛汽車,都不願用 人民幣10 元 送我去郵局(她們 、他們要人民幣 15 元); 我走到 公交車站,顯示:18 分鐘後 來車; 遇到 出租車 每人五元 人民幣五可以 拼車去地鐵站,我上車、出發。 一路上,司機不願意接 + 5 人民幣送我去郵局; 他說,不合算,他在車站接客們, 他可以得拼車機會 人民幣 20元;他堅決不再送我去郵局。 我在地鐵站附近問 摩托車司機 :人民幣五元,去郵局嗎?他不幹! 我離開他。 他追來問: 人民幣 8 元,去嗎? 我說,不。 一路上,我想: 帶上拉桿箱,就好了; 這不是錢的問題:司機們不願意為他人服務;他們心裡只想錢。 我又想: 美國 總統唐納德 川普真是美國生意人,難怪中國共產黨以及中國共產黨的中華人民共和國 沒有辦法与他談判( 美國与中国的貿易戰 )成功。 郵寄完成✅。 陈斯红 乘10 人民幣 的車 回到家。 老婆說,你真快!

給 日本 福岡 @本田 ふみ 郵寄 日本作家 漢文的 印刷品書 航空➕掛號 的 郵寄費 人民幣 101元;2019.5.22. 給 大陸 部分 陈們 郵寄 邀請函(2019.12. 世界陳氏宗親總會 總會長与秘書長 換屆大會): 我背著 部分信函,有些重。 我走出社區大門,門口問四輛汽車,都不願用 人民幣10 元 送我去郵局(她們 、他們要人民幣 15 元); 我走到 公交車站,顯示:18 分鐘後 來車; 遇到 出租車 每人五元 人民幣五可以 拼車去地鐵站,我上車、出發。 一路上,司機不願意接 + 5 人民幣送我去郵局; 他說,不合算,他在車站接客們, 他可以得拼車機會 人民幣 20元;他堅決不再送我去郵局。 我在地鐵站附近問 摩托車司機 :人民幣五元,去郵局嗎?他不幹! 我離開他。 他追來問: 人民幣 8 元,去嗎? 我說,不。 一路上,我想: 帶上拉桿箱,就好了; 這不是錢的問題:司機們不願意為他人服務;他們心裡只想錢。 我又想: 美國 總統唐納德 川普真是美國生意人,難怪中國共產黨以及中國共產黨的中華人民共和國 沒有辦法与他談判( 美國与中国的貿易戰 )成功。 郵寄完成✅。 陈斯红 乘10 人民幣 的車 回到家。 老婆說,你真快!
給 日本 福岡 @本田 ふみ 郵寄 日本作家 漢文的 印刷品書 航空掛號 的 郵寄費 人民幣 101元; 給 大陸 部分 陈們 郵寄 邀請函(2019.12. 世界陳氏宗親總會 總會長与秘書長 換屆大會): 我背著 部分信函,有些重。 我走出社區大門,門口問四輛汽車,都不願用 人民幣10 元 送我去郵局(她們 、他們要人民幣 15 元); 我走到 公交車站,顯示:18 分鐘後 來車; 遇到 出租車 每人五元 ...

美国众议院民主党人传唤 唐納德 特朗普总统聘用的会计公司,要其提供唐納德 特朗普總統過去的财务记录。一名美国法官拒绝阻止这一要求,驳回了唐納德 特朗普关于美國国会调查人员越权的主张。 在唐納德 特朗普的前私人律师迈克尔·科恩告诉美國国会 唐納德 特朗普经常为了财务上的好处夸大了或低报了资产后,美國众议院监督委员会向美国玛泽会计事务所发出了传票。 美国地区法官阿米特·梅赫塔5月20日表示,他不会代表唐納德 特朗普總統或他的公司进行干预,阻止向该会计公司发出传票,同时,他给唐納德 特朗普的律师一周时间、就该裁定提出上诉。 梅赫塔表示:“根据 美國众议院监督委员会的说法,该委员会认为,被要求提供的记录将有利于其关于加强道德和披露法以及修改美國违规处罚措施的考量。从表面上看,这些是正当的立法目的,而且,不该由美國法庭来质疑该美國國會委员会的行动是否真的出于政治考量。” 这名美國法官表示,传票允许美国国会核实 唐納德 特朗普有没有违反美国宪法中的外国酬金条款,该条款阻止美国官员(們)接受外国政府的经济好处。 唐納德 特朗普總統在白宫外讲话时表示,他的律师将提起上诉。他补充称:“这是一位显然由奥巴马任命的美國法官作出的一个完全错误的裁定。” 美国众议院筹款委员会正力争发出传票,索要 唐納德 特朗普的纳税申报单。在那起案子中,唐納德 特朗普總統及其律师寻求用美國国会人员越权的主张予以回击。 美国总统 唐納德 特朗普当天对前白宫顾问唐·麦克加恩说,不要理会在美國国会就“通俄门”调查作证的传票,这加深了唐納德 特朗普總統与美國民主党议员的斗争。 白宫顾问帕特·西波隆在写给美國众议院司法委员会的一封信中说,由于“美國宪法豁免权”并“为保护美國总统办公室的特权”,麦克加恩不应该露面。 美國众议院司法委员会主席、美國民主党人杰罗尔德·纳德勒回应说,唐納德 特朗普只是试图阻止有关他妨碍美國司法的具有破坏力的证词。 他说:“美國总统一再采取行动、以保护他自己免受美國联邦执法——这也许是犯罪。麦克加恩亲眼目睹了其中最恶劣的行为。唐納德 特朗普總統知道这一点。他显然不希望美国人民直接听到他涉嫌的不当行为。” 纳德勒说,美國众议院司法委员会将于当地时间21日上午开会,希望麦克加恩现身、作证。 美國该委员会的另一名美國民主党人戴维·西西利尼警告说,如果麦克加恩21日不露面,美國议员们可能需要推进针对唐納德 特朗普總統的弹劾调查,以迫使其政府出具证人和文件。 西西利尼对美国微软-全国广播公司记者说:“我们当然无法坐视这位美國总统破坏美國法治、颠覆美國宪法。” 路透社记者看到的一封信显示,麦克加恩的律师威廉·伯克20日晚致信纳德勒说,除非美國司法委员会与白宫达成协议,否则,他的当事人不会在美國國會委员会作证,称,麦克加恩将“尊重唐納德 川普总统的指示”。 美國众议院司法委员会正在调查 唐納德 特朗普總統是否非法阻挠对“俄罗斯干预2016年美国总统大选”的调查。

美国众议院民主党人传唤 唐納德 特朗普总统聘用的会计公司,要其提供唐納德 特朗普總統過去的财务记录。一名美国法官拒绝阻止这一要求,驳回了唐納德 特朗普关于美國国会调查人员越权的主张。 在唐納德 特朗普的前私人律师迈克尔·科恩告诉美國国会 唐納德 特朗普经常为了财务上的好处夸大了或低报了资产后,美國众议院监督委员会向美国玛泽会计事务所发出了传票。 美国地区法官阿米特·梅赫塔5月20日表示,他不会代表唐納德 特朗普總統或他的公司进行干预,阻止向该会计公司发出传票,同时,他给唐納德 特朗普的律师一周时间、就该裁定提出上诉。 梅赫塔表示:“根据 美國众议院监督委员会的说法,该委员会认为,被要求提供的记录将有利于其关于加强道德和披露法以及修改美國违规处罚措施的考量。从表面上看,这些是正当的立法目的,而且,不该由美國法庭来质疑该美國國會委员会的行动是否真的出于政治考量。” 这名美國法官表示,传票允许美国国会核实 唐納德 特朗普有没有违反美国宪法中的外国酬金条款,该条款阻止美国官员(們)接受外国政府的经济好处。 唐納德 特朗普總統在白宫外讲话时表示,他的律师将提起上诉。他补充称:“这是一位显然由奥巴马任命的美國法官作出的一个完全错误的裁定。” 美国众议院筹款委员会正力争发出传票,索要 唐納德 特朗普的纳税申报单。在那起案子中,唐納德 特朗普總統及其律师寻求用美國国会人员越权的主张予以回击。 美国总统 唐納德 特朗普当天对前白宫顾问唐·麦克加恩说,不要理会在美國国会就“通俄门”调查作证的传票,这加深了唐納德 特朗普總統与美國民主党议员的斗争。 白宫顾问帕特·西波隆在写给美國众议院司法委员会的一封信中说,由于“美國宪法豁免权”并“为保护美國总统办公室的特权”,麦克加恩不应该露面。 美國众议院司法委员会主席、美國民主党人杰罗尔德·纳德勒回应说,唐納德 特朗普只是试图阻止有关他妨碍美國司法的具有破坏力的证词。 他说:“美國总统一再采取行动、以保护他自己免受美國联邦执法——这也许是犯罪。麦克加恩亲眼目睹了其中最恶劣的行为。唐納德 特朗普總統知道这一点。他显然不希望美国人民直接听到他涉嫌的不当行为。” 纳德勒说,美國众议院司法委员会将于当地时间21日上午开会,希望麦克加恩现身、作证。 美國该委员会的另一名美國民主党人戴维·西西利尼警告说,如果麦克加恩21日不露面,美國议员们可能需要推进针对唐納德 特朗普總統的弹劾调查,以迫使其政府出具证人和文件。 西西利尼对美国微软-全国广播公司记者说:“我们当然无法坐视这位美國总统破坏美國法治、颠覆美國宪法。” 路透社记者看到的一封信显示,麦克加恩的律师威廉·伯克20日晚致信纳德勒说,除非美國司法委员会与白宫达成协议,否则,他的当事人不会在美國國會委员会作证,称,麦克加恩将“尊重唐納德 川普总统的指示”。 美國众议院司法委员会正在调查 唐納德 特朗普總統是否非法阻挠对“俄罗斯干预2016年美国总统大选”的调查。
美国众议院民主党人传唤 唐納德 特朗普总统聘用的会计公司,要其提供特朗普的财务记录。一名美国法官拒绝阻止这一要求,驳回了特朗普关于国会调查人员越权的主张。 英国《金融时报》网站5月21日报道,在特朗普的前私人律师迈克尔·科恩告诉国会特朗普经常为了财务上的好处夸大或低报资产后,众议院监督委员会向美国玛泽会计事务所发出了传票。 美国地区法官阿米特·梅赫塔5月20日表示,他不会代表特朗...

陈斯红轉發:West Wing Reads Delaying Approval of New Trade Deal Hurts American Workers, Families and the Economy “The U.S. will be losing out on more jobs, more customers for Made-in-America goods and a stronger economy unless the U.S. House of Representatives takes up the updated trade agreement with Mexico and Canada,” Reps. Kevin Brady (R-TX) and Steve Scalise (R-LA) write in The Hill. “After years of stagnation America’s economy is growing 50 percent faster than earlier projected. Paychecks are rising, especially among blue-collar and low-income workers. America’s manufacturing is back. And jobs and investment are flowing back into the U.S. from overseas. Delaying USMCA means fewer economic benefits to hard working Americans.” Click here to read more. “Americans’ confidence in the U.S. job market is the highest in Gallup’s trend originating in 2001, with 71% in May saying now is a good time to find a quality job,” Lydia Saad reports for Gallup. “The longer-term picture shows that Americans’ positive perceptions of both the economy and the job market are substantially improved today over the prior decade.” “Comprehensive new state-level data from the National Association of Manufacturers shows the USMCA’s positive impact, and manufacturers are voicing their support for this deal,” Andrew Clark writes. “As manufacturers’ most critical partners, Canada and Mexico purchase one-fifth of the total value of U.S. manufacturing output – more than the next 11 countries combined. These exports support about 2 million American manufacturing jobs and 43,000 small- and medium-sized businesses.” Last week, President Trump offered a blueprint for resolving a crisis that “has reduced the border to a mere speed bump for the masses clamoring to get in,” The Washington Times editorial board writes. “At a time when science can calculate the weight of every element in the known universe, down to the tiniest atom, official Washington cannot come up with an accurate number of illegal immigrants residing within the nation’s borders . . . Bringing order to immigration chaos will assure a better future for citizens and immigrants alike.” “Attorney General Bill Barr traveled to El Salvador this week with the goal of protecting Americans from dangerous gang members crossing the border into our country,” Rep. Vern Buchanan (R-FL) writes in Fox News. “Americans are victim to the violence emanating from the MS-13 gang’s base in El Salvador. In fact, MS-13 members in the U.S. often follow orders from gang leaders in the Central American nation.” Privacy Policy | Contact the White House | Unsubscribe The White House · 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW · Washington, DC 20500 · USA · 202-456-1111/1600 Daily The White House • May 21, 2019 Now is the time for USMCA Last November, President Donald J. Trump fulfilled one of his most important promises to voters when he joined leaders from both Canada and Mexico to sign the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA), replacing the outdated NAFTA. “In short, this is a model agreement that changes the trade landscape forever. And this is an agreement that, first and foremost, benefits working people,” the President said. Reps. Kevin Brady (R-TX) and Steve Scalise (R-LA) explain that “the U.S. will be losing out on more jobs, more customers for Made-in-America goods and a stronger economy unless the U.S. House of Representatives takes up the updated trade agreement with Mexico and Canada.” Yesterday, America’s leading manufacturing group upped the pressure on Congress to act. “Passage of this agreement is critical for U.S. manufacturing sector,” said Linda Dempsey, the National Association of Manufacturers’ (NAM) vice president of international economic affairs. “Canada and Mexico are manufacturers’ most important partners.” “USMCA passage is critical for manufacturers in every state,” according to a new comprehensive, state-by-state analysis by NAM. “Canada and Mexico purchase one-fifth of the total value of U.S. manufacturing output – more than the next 11 countries combined,” NAM’s Andrew Clark writes. “These exports support about 2 million American manufacturing jobs and 43,000 small- and medium-sized businesses.” Vice President Mike Pence told workers in Jacksonville, Florida, yesterday that “we are not going to allow an outdated trade deal to hurt American manufacturers or American farmers anymore.” Under NAFTA, nations like China were able to game the system, shipping their products to Canada or Mexico—and then sending them into the United States duty-free. “Those days are over,” the Vice President said. “We’re not going to let them undermine good-paying jobs that build the . . . American middle class in this country, or the middle class I grew up in.” Reps. Kevin Brady (R-TX) and Steve Scalise (R-LA): “We must pass USMCA now.” In the headlines: USMCA will boost the American economy and create jobs President Trump hosts the Freely Associated States President Trump welcomed the presidents of the Republic of Palau, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and the Federated States of Micronesia to the Oval Office today—the first time all three leaders from the Freely Associated States have been hosted together at the White House by an American President. In a joint statement with President Trump, the three leaders reaffirmed their common interest in a free, open, and prosperous Indo-Pacific region. America shares a special relationship with these nations, dating back to our shared sacrifice during World War II. This partnership didn’t end with the war. Today, citizens from the Freely Associated States are permitted to serve in the U.S. military, with several hundred currently on active duty. “We are confident our relationships will further our abiding mutual interests and remain a source of regional security, stability, and prosperity,” the four leaders said. Read the statement from President Trump and leaders of the Freely Associated States. Photo of the Day Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead President Donald J. Trump poses for photos with leaders of the Freely Associated States in the Cabinet Room of the White House | May 21, 2019 Privacy Policy | Contact the White House | Unsubscribe The White House · 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW · Washington, DC 20500 · USA · 202-456-1111

陈斯红轉發:West Wing Reads Delaying Approval of New Trade Deal Hurts American Workers, Families and the Economy “The U.S. will be losing out on more jobs, more customers for Made-in-America goods and a stronger economy unless the U.S. House of Representatives takes up the updated trade agreement with Mexico and Canada,” Reps. Kevin Brady (R-TX) and Steve Scalise (R-LA) write in The Hill. “After years of stagnation America’s economy is growing 50 percent faster than earlier projected. Paychecks are rising, especially among blue-collar and low-income workers. America’s manufacturing is back. And jobs and investment are flowing back into the U.S. from overseas. Delaying USMCA means fewer economic benefits to hard working Americans.” Click here to read more. “Americans’ confidence in the U.S. job market is the highest in Gallup’s trend originating in 2001, with 71% in May saying now is a good time to find a quality job,” Lydia Saad reports for Gallup. “The longer-term picture shows that Americans’ positive perceptions of both the economy and the job market are substantially improved today over the prior decade.” “Comprehensive new state-level data from the National Association of Manufacturers shows the USMCA’s positive impact, and manufacturers are voicing their support for this deal,” Andrew Clark writes. “As manufacturers’ most critical partners, Canada and Mexico purchase one-fifth of the total value of U.S. manufacturing output – more than the next 11 countries combined. These exports support about 2 million American manufacturing jobs and 43,000 small- and medium-sized businesses.” Last week, President Trump offered a blueprint for resolving a crisis that “has reduced the border to a mere speed bump for the masses clamoring to get in,” The Washington Times editorial board writes. “At a time when science can calculate the weight of every element in the known universe, down to the tiniest atom, official Washington cannot come up with an accurate number of illegal immigrants residing within the nation’s borders . . . Bringing order to immigration chaos will assure a better future for citizens and immigrants alike.” “Attorney General Bill Barr traveled to El Salvador this week with the goal of protecting Americans from dangerous gang members crossing the border into our country,” Rep. Vern Buchanan (R-FL) writes in Fox News. “Americans are victim to the violence emanating from the MS-13 gang’s base in El Salvador. In fact, MS-13 members in the U.S. often follow orders from gang leaders in the Central American nation.” Privacy Policy | Contact the White House | Unsubscribe The White House · 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW · Washington, DC 20500 · USA · 202-456-1111/1600 Daily The White House • May 21, 2019 Now is the time for USMCA Last November, President Donald J. Trump fulfilled one of his most important promises to voters when he joined leaders from both Canada and Mexico to sign the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA), replacing the outdated NAFTA. “In short, this is a model agreement that changes the trade landscape forever. And this is an agreement that, first and foremost, benefits working people,” the President said. Reps. Kevin Brady (R-TX) and Steve Scalise (R-LA) explain that “the U.S. will be losing out on more jobs, more customers for Made-in-America goods and a stronger economy unless the U.S. House of Representatives takes up the updated trade agreement with Mexico and Canada.” Yesterday, America’s leading manufacturing group upped the pressure on Congress to act. “Passage of this agreement is critical for U.S. manufacturing sector,” said Linda Dempsey, the National Association of Manufacturers’ (NAM) vice president of international economic affairs. “Canada and Mexico are manufacturers’ most important partners.” “USMCA passage is critical for manufacturers in every state,” according to a new comprehensive, state-by-state analysis by NAM. “Canada and Mexico purchase one-fifth of the total value of U.S. manufacturing output – more than the next 11 countries combined,” NAM’s Andrew Clark writes. “These exports support about 2 million American manufacturing jobs and 43,000 small- and medium-sized businesses.” Vice President Mike Pence told workers in Jacksonville, Florida, yesterday that “we are not going to allow an outdated trade deal to hurt American manufacturers or American farmers anymore.” Under NAFTA, nations like China were able to game the system, shipping their products to Canada or Mexico—and then sending them into the United States duty-free. “Those days are over,” the Vice President said. “We’re not going to let them undermine good-paying jobs that build the . . .  American middle class in this country, or the middle class I grew up in.” Reps. Kevin Brady (R-TX) and Steve Scalise (R-LA): “We must pass USMCA now.” In the headlines: USMCA will boost the American economy and create jobs President Trump hosts the Freely Associated States President Trump welcomed the presidents of the Republic of Palau, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and the Federated States of Micronesia to the Oval Office today—the first time all three leaders from the Freely Associated States have been hosted together at the White House by an American President. In a joint statement with President Trump, the three leaders reaffirmed their common interest in a free, open, and prosperous Indo-Pacific region. America shares a special relationship with these nations, dating back to our shared sacrifice during World War II. This partnership didn’t end with the war. Today, citizens from the Freely Associated States are permitted to serve in the U.S. military, with several hundred currently on active duty. “We are confident our relationships will further our abiding mutual interests and remain a source of regional security, stability, and prosperity,” the four leaders said. Read the statement from President Trump and leaders of the Freely Associated States.   Photo of the Day Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead President Donald J. Trump poses for photos with leaders of the Freely Associated States in the Cabinet Room of the White House | May 21, 2019 Privacy Policy | Contact the White House | Unsubscribe The White House · 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW · Washington, DC 20500 · USA · 202-456-1111
陳斯紅轉發Delaying Approval of New Trade Deal Hurts American Workers, Families and the Economy“The U.S. will be losing out on more jobs, more customers for Made-in-America goods and a stronger economy unless the U.S. House of Representatives takes up the updated trade agreement with Mexico and Canada,” Reps. Kevin Brady (R-TX) and Steve Scalise (R-LA) write in The Hill...
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