White House Press Releases

RESOLUTE READS -9/27/2019

White House Press Release For September 27, 2019

REAL NEWS PRESIDENT TRUMP DOESN’T WANT YOU TO MISS
After Failing on Russia, Democrats Try a New Hoax
The Washington Times
“Sequels are rarely better than the original. If we have learned anything over the last six days, as the feeding frenzy over the whistleblower has overtaken official Washington, it is this: Democrats want to impeach President Trump and they do not care if the facts support their cause,” Matt Mackowiak writes. “After more than two years of Democrats’ hyperventilating, Mr. Trump was cleared of collusion and conspiracy. Democrats and their media allies overhyped their claims and won Pulitzer Prizes along the way. But they failed in their objective.”Complaint From So-Called ‘Whistleblower’ Is Riddled With Gossip, Blatant Falsehoods
The Federalist
The formal complaint from an anti-Trump “whistleblower” has followed “the same template used in the infamous and debunked Clinton campaign-funded Steele dossier,” Sean Davis writes. “Rather than provide direct evidence that was witnessed or obtained firsthand by the complainant, the document instead combines gossip from various anonymous individuals, public media reports, and blatant misstatements of fact and law in service of a narrative that is directly contradicted by underlying facts. A footnote in the document even boasts about its use of ‘ample open-source information.'”Adam Schiff and Democrats are Twisting Words to Smear Trump
Washington Examiner
“We were promised a Hollywood-style, smoking gun quid pro quo. But after the transcript was released, the whistleblower complaint came out, and the House Intelligence Committee grilled acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire, leaving most people with glazed-over expressions, wondering what the big deal is,” Jenna Ellis Rives writes. In the hearing, Chairman Adam Schiff attempted to play word games with Maguire in an effort to manipulate the situation. “So why the manipulation? Because the Democrats know their case is weak. Their only hope lies in trying to twist legal terminology for their political advantage.”
 
More dishonesty: “Adam Schiff performs fake conversation between Trump and Ukraine President”At the UN, Trump Rightly Stands Up for National Sovereignty
Washington Examiner
President Trump “is never afraid to stand up for popular self-government and the greatest guarantor self-government has ever had: the nation-state,” the Washington Examiner editorial board writes. “Trump did very well in his Tuesday speech to the U.N. General Assembly to reassert, once again, that the nation-state is a good thing; speaking as he was in an institution with misguided supranational ambitions. This was something U.N. bureaucrats and diplomats needed to hear from the leader of the free world.”
 
President Trump: “The future does not belong to globalists.”American Farmers Main Winners From U.S.-Japan Trade Agreement
Bloomberg
It’s U.S. farmers that “are set to be the main winners from President Donald Trump’s initial accord with Japan,” Mario Parker reports. “Under a trade agreement announced by Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday, the Asian country will lower or reduce tariffs on some $7.2 billion of American-grown farming products.”U.S. Will Remain in Postal Treaty After Emergency Talks
The New York Times
The Trump Administration “agreed on Wednesday to stay in a United Nations body that has regulated international mail service for more than a century after delegates agreed during emergency talks to change the way postal fees are structured,” Nick Cumming-Bruce reports. The deal “will allow the United States to start setting its own postal fees in July and allow other countries that receive more than 75,000 metric tons of mail a year to start phasing in higher rates in January 2021.” White House Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro called the decision a “huge victory for millions of American workers and businesses,” saving the United States between $300 million and $500 million a year.

Privacy Policy | Contact the White House 
The White House · 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW · Washington, DC 20500 · USA · 202-456-1111

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s