Tuesday, October 30, 2018

West Wing Reads

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 West Wing Reads

President Trump to Visit Pittsburgh After Synagogue Massacre


“President Trump will visit Pittsburgh on Tuesday to console victims of the synagogue massacre and their families,” S.A. Miller reports for The Washington Times. “White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the president, who will be accompanied by first lady Melania Trump in Pittsburgh, is working to comfort a country heartbroken by the horrific attack and unify Americans to confront anti-Semitism everywhere.”
“Anti-Semitism is a plague to humanity,” Sanders said from the White House yesterday.

“The so-called migrant caravan that’s slowly making its way to the U.S. from Central America is many things to many people. But one thing seems pretty certain: it’s not about seeking ‘asylum,’ or ‘refugee status.’ It’s about getting to the United States at all costs,” the Investor’s Business Daily editorial board writes. “It’s time we take our border seriously, or we’ll end up like those countries in Europe and the Mideast who find their nations no longer governable.”

“The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has been one of the strongest and boldest reforms of President Donald Trump’s first term in office. According to analysis from The Heritage Foundation, the tax law will give hardworking Americans tax breaks in every congressional district and in every state,” Kevin Dayaratna writes in The Daily Signal. See what the average tax cut is in your district here.

“In 2016, President Barack Obama said then-candidate Donald Trump would need a magic wand to deliver on his promise to bring back manufacturing. Turns out, Trump didn’t need a magic wand — all he needed was tax reform,” Abigail Marone writes in the Washington Examiner. “Since President Trump signed the tax cuts, manufacturing has been booming. At least 100 manufacturers have built new facilities, purchased new equipment, hired new employees, and invested in current employees through bonuses and benefit increases.”

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