|Trump Signs USMCA, Paving Way for Job Market Boom|
“President Trump signed the historic United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, replacing the Clinton-era North American Free Trade Agreement that he called a ‘disaster.’ The USMCA, which is the biggest trade deal of all-time, covers more than $1.3 trillion of commerce,” Jonathan Garber reports.
In photos: President Trump keeps his promise to replace NAFTA
Crying Wolf on Impeachment
-The Wall Street Journal
“The impeachment trial of Donald J. Trump is coming down to one big question: Will Democrats, by crying wolf, drown out the more legitimate Republican cry of foul?” Kimberly Strassel writes. “Democrats broke every standard of due process, transparency and fairness in their House investigation, making a mockery of their constitutional duty.”
🎬 Watch: House Dems called 17 witnesses. Their case failed, so they want more.
Jared Kushner: A Pivotal Moment in the Middle East
“After joining the administration, one of the first assignments I was given by President Trump was to develop a plan to resolve the decades-old Israel-Palestinian conflict. I am pleased to say that, after three years of work, we have made a breakthrough. Our vision for peace is by far the most comprehensive and realistic plan that has ever been released,” Senior Advisor to the President Jared Kushner writes.
Ivanka Trump Confirms $42M Budget Increase to Support Human Trafficking Victims
President Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, Attorney General William Barr, and Adviser to the President Ivanka Trump discussed ways to combat human trafficking at a White House Summit yesterday. “The first daughter confirmed a Wednesday report during the summit that President Trump will soon be proposing a $42 million budget increase for 2021 to support victims and efforts to prosecute criminals who take part in human trafficking,” Audrey Conklin reports.
President Trump: We are 100% committed to ending human trafficking.
USMCA Paves the Way for Productivity and Prosperity
–Des Moines Register
“Skeptics of President Donald Trump’s bold way of negotiating trade ate a bit of crow this month. That includes this Iowa senator. I’m not a big fan of tariffs. So, when the president imposed tariffs as leverage in world trade talks, I was skeptical. [Yet] President Trump has succeeded in securing two major trade agreements that are good for America and good for Iowa,” Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) writes.
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