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The White House • September 30, 2019
Watch: New hoax, same swamp

First, Democrats in Congress and their footsoldiers in the mainstream media tried to overturn the 2016 election with an exhausting two-year investigation on alleged Russia collusion. It ended when a case built entirely on lies and deception collapsed in embarrassing fashion.

That they tried and failed already isn’t stopping Congressional Democrats, who are playing the same political games once again. Armed with a new fabrication, they’re determined to do what they couldn’t in a fair election: beat President Donald J. Trump.

Why are they so scared?

President Trump promised American citizens that he would fight for them—and, in the process, drain a swamp that’s served them countless empty promises for years. Democrats and the media cannot stand that President Trump has exposed their true colors with simple, brutally effective language that speaks to working Americans.

Just like last time, there’s no truth to anything they’re selling. There was no “quid pro quo” between President Trump and President Zelensky of Ukraine. There was no cover-up to a now publicly available call. And all this stemmed from the complaints of an anonymous “whistleblower” who admitted to having no firsthand knowledge of any of it.

The saddest part is that this doesn’t hurt President Trump, who won’t suffer in terms of public opinion facing another witch hunt. The only ones it hurts are the American people, who once again see their Congress squandering years on political theater rather than delivering on its promise of an agenda for the middle class.

It’s a new hoaxin the same swamp. The good news is that while the left breaks its promises once again, it will never stop President Trump from keeping his.

The Washington Times: “After failing on Russia, Democrats try a new hoax”

Coincidence? “Intel community secretly gutted requirement of first-hand whistleblower knowledge”
It’s a new era for the Hispanic American community  
On Friday, President Trump welcomed 400 Hispanic community, business, and faith leaders from across America to the White House to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.    

 President Trump: Hispanic Americans are a big part of our national story  

“This evening, we come together to honor the devotion, and the drive, and the faith, and genius, and exceptional achievements of our incredible Hispanic-American community,” the President said in the East Room. “Hispanic Americans enrich America in countless ways, and we will always honor this solemn commitment to you.”

Hispanic Americans are thriving like never before. When President Trump was elected, his pro-growth, pro-worker agenda was set to change the economic landscape for many. The Hispanic community in particular has felt that positive impact, seeing their unemployment rate fall to an all-time low of 4.2 percent.

A big theme of the Trump Economy has been soaring income and falling poverty rates. Hispanic families are no exception: Their median income has reached a historic high, surpassing $50,000 for the first time on record. And with a historic low poverty level last year, the gap between the poverty rate for Hispanic Americans and Americans overall is the smallest it has ever been.

“There is no part of American society you have not made better,” President Trump said. “There is no aspect of American life you have not made stronger. And I know that I speak for all Americans when I say that we could not be prouder of our Hispanic American community than we are today.”

President Trump’s Proclamation on National Hispanic Heritage Month.

MoreHispanic Americans are flourishing in the Trump Economy!
Photo of the Day
Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead
President Donald J. Trump participates in the ceremonial swearing in of Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia in the Oval Office | September 30, 2019

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