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“This is an outstanding woman who has done an outstanding job,” Trump said. “And Linda I want to thank you very much.”
Executives from the country’s largest tech conglomerates, the big business lobby, and multinational corporations are demanding Congress pass the latest Democrat plan giving amnesty to millions of illegal aliens.
Globalist-aligned business organizations with ties to the billionaire Koch brothers, the Bush dynasty, and Republican plutocrat donor class have dominated talks at the White House over a larger legal immigration deal.
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Jared Kushner is working with business groups to develop a pro-business immigration policy for approval by President Donald Trump in coming months, according to the McClatchy news service.
Last year, the owner of a Colorado sportswear store decided to stop selling Nike products because Nike made anti-American protester Colin Kaepernick the face of their ad campaign. However, the store is now closing its…
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Alfredo Ortiz of Job Creators Network writes in The Hill that the $15 minimum wage, a top priority for the new Democrat House majority, could seriously hurt the economic climate for small business.
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Small Business Administrator Linda McMahon touted Friday the economic benefits to the United States of shoppers partaking in “Small Business Saturday.”
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told reporters on Tuesday that a continued close relationship with Saudi Arabia is not a matter of arms sales but national security.