Posted on Blog For 03/22/2019: Morning Edition

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  1. Today’s White House Tweets: President TrumpDwMZEHrV4AEvW9d.jpg



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  3. “Our own Benjamin Hall is doing fantastic reporting on ISIS right on the from line (True). ISIS was willing to die but now, because of big pressure, save for a few people in caves, most have surrendered. A testament to our President.” Thank you Pete Hegseth


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    The American dream is back because President Trump understands what many experts don’t: that restoring American greatness is bigger than any one government policy or program.

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    You can’t deny our economy is roaring: *fastest GDP growth in 13 years *1M more job openings than people looking for work *record low unemployment *7 straight months of 3%+ wage growth *12 deregulations for every new regulation Thank you !

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    Super excited today that is signing an executive order today to protect free speech rights for ALL students! Great work by and who have been pushing this since the first time I met him years ago A big momentous day!

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    President ‘s historic investments in our defense industrial base keep two of his biggest promises to voters: to rebuild our military and to bring back American manufacturing.

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    Today, there are plenty of reasons for that trust. Manufacturing jobs are roaring back. Blue-collar workers are set to make almost $2,500 more in annual wages. We’re investing billions more in our military, and our service members are getting the best raise in nearly a decade. 🇺🇸


    2…………> One Against Deep State: Cezar Sayoc


    Cesar Altieri Sayoc, 57, aka “Cesar Randazzo,” “Cesar Altieri,” and “Cesar Altieri Randazzo,” pled guilty today to a 65-count Superseding Information in Manhattan federal court before US District Judge Jed S Rakoff,admitting to mailing 16 improvised explosive devices (IEDs) to 13 victims throughout the country, including 11 current or former US government officials, and that he intended to use the IEDs as weapons and to cause injuries



    3…………> Illegal Aliens: Managing Your Love?


    A citizen of Nigeria residing in Atlanta, Olufolajimi Abegunde, 31, of Atlanta, Georgia,and a citizen of Mexico residing in California, Javier Luis Ramos-Alonso, 29, of Seaside, California, were convicted Wednesday after a seven-day trial in the US District Court for the Western District of Tennessee on charges related to the part each played in an international cyber fraud scheme

    They participated in a criminal organization in which members “spoofed” emails and created fake profiles on dating websites in order to fool victims into sending money to bogus bank accounts under the control of members of the conspiracy, with the the proceeds would be laundered and subsequently wired out of the United States to destinations including West Africa



    4…………> Cracs In Trump/Macron Chemistry: Golan Heights


    Earlier in the day, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has expressed the position of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) member states, condemning the Trump’s statement on the necessity to fully recognise Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights




    5…………> Boeing Gets A Haircut: Max 8 Deliveries


    Indonesia’s flag carrier Garuda has sought to cancel a multibillion dollar order for 49 of the manufacturer’s 737 Max 8 jets, citing a loss of passenger confidence in the model after two fatal crashes in the past six months.

    The airline had ordered nearly $7 billion worth of 737 Max planes in 2014, but Indonesian passengers are afraid to take flights on any plane in the Max series, Garuda says it would consider switching to using another Boeing model, It is the first announcement of a cancellation since Boeing’s new model aircraft was grounded by airlines worldwide after the devastating crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia.

    Garuda Indonesia, which had ordered 50 Max 8 jets in 2014 and received just one plane last year, sent a letter to Boeing last week requesting to cancel the order worth $6.9 billion, the company’s spokesman Ikhsan Rosan said.




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