Thanks for human rights 【ＵＳＡMail magazine from the White House 2018-07-27a】 President Trump Announces Trade Concessions from EU Officials on Soybeans, Energy, Tariffs
“President Trump announced Wednesday that he has secured major trade concessions from European Union officials,” Adam Shaw reports for Fox News. “Both sides agreed to work toward the goal of ‘zero’ tariffs and subsidies on non-auto industrial goods, and to ‘resolve’ recent tariffs that both sides have imposed,” Shaw writes.
“This was a very big day for free and fair trade,” President Trump said alongside European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.
The Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act “unanimously passed the House on Wednesday afternoon after passing the Senate on Monday. It is now headed to President Trump’s desk,” Ali Breland and Juliegrace Brufke report for The Hill. The bill, which was supported by Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump, is “aimed at bolstering skills training for technical jobs in various industries.”
In USA Today, Richard Burkhauser of the White House Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) writes that the best way to escape poverty is through work—and the CEA has the research to back it up. “Well designed work programs are not punishment, they're investments in welfare recipients,” Burkhauser says.
“More than a million jobs have been created since the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) writes in The Cincinnati Enquirer. “President Trump said in his Inaugural Address, ‘the forgotten men and women of our country are being forgotten no longer,’ and the policy results of the past 18 months are showing that to be true.”
“By nominating Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump has chosen a nominee with impeccable qualifications who falls squarely within the mainstream of American legal thought and interpretation,” Arkansas Lt. Governor of Tim Griffin writes in Arkansas Online. Judge Kavanaugh’s “intellect, experience, and commitment to the Constitution make him the ideal addition to the Supreme Court.”In The Wall Street Journal, former CKE Restaurants CEO Andy Puzder breaks down “the left’s latest economic talking point”: That Americans have too many jobs. “The difficulty will lie in attempting to explain away the benefits of economic growth for American workers,” Puzder says.