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The White House – July 17, 2020
Trump Right to Act Against China for Its Inhumane Crimes Against Uighur Minority
-Fox News
“For far too long, Chinese President Xi Jinping and his communist regime have been allowed to trample the basic human dignity of the Uighur population in Xinjiang . . . With a committed Congress coupled with the leadership of President Trump, our country has begun to take the necessary steps to confront the Chinese regime,” Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-MO) writes.
 
🎬 WATCH: No leader has been tougher on China

NYPD-Bashing Ideologues Just Don’t Care About Reality
-New York Post
“Every day makes it more obvious that facts just don’t matter to the cop-bashers and the politicians who cater to them. [New York City] Police Commissioner Dermot Shea gamely told the truth again Thursday, calling out state and city lawmakers for ‘going too far’ to ‘handcuff’ the NYPD,” the New York Post editorial board writes.

Ivanka Trump’s Big Idea: Overhaul Government Hiring to Prioritize Job Skills Over College Degrees
-Fox News
Ivanka Trump, “a co-chair of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board, has urged the government to engage in hiring practices to ‘better recognize the talents and competencies of all Americans’ it hires. Part of that is to prioritize job skills and talents over college degrees,” Brooke Singman writes.

Trump’s New Regulations for Environmental Reviews Will Fix a Broken Process
The Denver Post
“President Donald Trump has taken bold action to fix our broken environmental review process . . . This long overdue regulatory reform will benefit our environment and our economy by accelerating environmental reviews and modernizing the NEPA process for the 21st century,” writes Mary Neumayr, Chair of the Council on Environmental Quality.
 
READ: How President Trump Modernized Federal Environmental Reviews

Media Are Just Plain Lying About Kayleigh McEnany ‘Science’ Quote
Washington Examiner
“White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Wednesday tried to explain President Trump’s position that schools in the United States should re-open sooner rather than later . . . But you would never know what McEnany said or meant from following members of the press, many of whom selectively edited [her remarks],” Becket Adams writes.

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