|“President Trump signed an executive order [yesterday] directing the Health and Human Services (HHS) Department to further assist foster children with what the department says are bipartisan measures particularly needed during the coronavirus pandemic,” Sam Dorman writes for Fox News.|
“We are grateful to President Trump and his administration for their commitment to strengthening and improving America’s foster care system through this executive order,” Lousiana Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards said.
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“The Trump administration announced Monday executive and regulatory action that will suspend guest worker visas through the end of the year and permanently end the exploitation of the H-1B visa system. Together, these actions go further than any administration in history toward prioritizing American jobs,” Rachel Bovard writes in USA Today.
“Fury exploded outside the Wisconsin State Capitol on Tuesday night as protesters smashed windows at the statehouse, attacked a state senator, and tore down two iconic statues—including one of an abolitionist who died trying to end slavery during the Civil War,” Molly Beck and Lawrence Andrea report for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
“The ignorance and nihilism of those who would tear the [Emancipation Memorial] statue down dishonor the freed slaves who created it and are remembered by it, the man who dedicated it, and the president who freed them. It deserves to stand forever, a silent monument whose history and character speak louder than anyone who would destroy it,” Jack Butler writes for National Review.
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