Thanks for human rights 【USAMail magazine from the White House 】 The White House • June 14, 2018 The Day Ahead Today is President Donald J. Trump's birthday, which coincides with both National Flag Day and the 243rd birthday of the U.S. Army.




What a 'Nation of faith' looks like

The 161st session of the Southern Baptist Convention assembled this week in Dallas, Texas. The Convention includes more than 47,000 churches ministering to more than 15 million people, and its houses of worship can be found in all 50 states and in communities of every size.
Vice President Mike Pence addressed the Convention yesterday. "You know, the President likes to say, in his words, that we're a Nation of faith," the Vice President said. "The truth is, Southern Baptists have always worked to bring about renewal of America, and new beginnings. And as I stand before you today, I believe that our Nation is in the midst of a time of renewal."
The real source of America's greatness, he reiterated, is in the work of its people. "The truth is no podium that President Trump and I will ever stand behind will be of greater consequence than the pulpits you stand behind every Sunday morning. No policy we enact will ever be more meaningful than the ministries you lead. And no action we take will ever be more powerful than your prayers."


A tremendous moment for the world

President Trump's successful Singapore summit marks a new pathway to peace on the Korean Peninsula. "Chairman Kim has the chance to seize an incredible future for his people. Anyone can make war, but only the most courageous can make peace," President Trump said.
Headlines across the U.S. this week tell the story of what this new chapter in American diplomacy will look like:

Fox News: North Korea Agrees to 'Complete Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula' after Trump-Kim Summit

The Daily Caller: Kim Jong-Un Promises 'Major Change' At Trump Signing Ceremony

New York Post Editorial Board: Singapore Summit is a Good First Step

Byron York of the Washington Examiner: On North Korea, a President Who Tried Something Different


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Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian
President Donald J. Trump at a press conference in Singapore | June 12, 2018

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