To get to the bottom of what’s happening in Portland, the New York Times sent Nicholas Kristof, aka the most easily fooled journalist in America.
Sen. Tom Cotton and GOP U.S. Senate frontrunner Bill Hagerty laid out a vision to hold China accountable for the coronavirus pandemic and bring manufacturing back to the United States.
The president’s remarks are scheduled for 4:00 p.m. EST.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) called on the United States to rebuild its domestic pharmaceutical manufacturing capacity in order to end China’s monopoly on the drugs Americans rely on.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross credited President Donald Trump’s economic policies including tariffs with strengthening America’s national security and revitalizing American industries.
Even as Emmanuel Macron is zapping President Trump for being a nationalist, the French president will be pushing, in Trump’s absence, a whole new initiative built around—you guessed it—globalism. And guess who is funding Macron’s “Paris Peace Forum”?
“The courts, the economic growth of our country – which helps all of us, regardless of our faith – we’re all benefitting from a strong economy,” the evangelical leader observed. “I would certainly ask people to consider what’s at stake, and to pray before you vote.”