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Bibi1581 Blog For 09/17/2018: Morning Edition

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1…………> Today’s White House Tweets: President Trump


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Immediately after Comey’s firing Peter Strzok texted to his lover, Lisa Page “We need to Open the case we’ve been waiting on now while Andy (McCabe, also fired) is acting. Page answered, “We need to lock in (redacted). In a formal chargeable way. Soon.” Wow, a conspiracy caught?

1 hour ago

“Lisa Page Testimony- NO EVIDENCE OF COLLUSION BEFORE MUELLER APPOINTMENT.” @FoxNews by Catherine Herridge. Therefore, the case should never have been allowed to be brought. It is a totally illegal Witch Hunt!

6 hours ago

Our Steel Industry is the talk of the World. It has been given new life, and is thriving. Billions of Dollars is being spent on new plants all around the country!

6 hours ago

Tariffs have put the U.S. in a very strong bargaining position, with Billions of Dollars, and Jobs, flowing into our Country – and yet cost increases have thus far been almost unnoticeable. If countries will not make fair deals with us, they will be “Tariffed!”

6 hours ago

“A lot of small & medium size enterprises are registering very good profit, sometimes record profits-there stocks are doing very well, low income workers are getting big raises. There are an awful lot of good things going on that weren’t during Pres. Obama’s Watch.” Peter Morici





2…………> Carolina Rescuers: Best Of America


Credit to the Carolinas The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes that “it is impossible not to be moved by the determination of North and South Carolinians to survive this storm and the acts of heroism on their behalf.” The editors note that “rescue teams, often led by the National Guard, have worked around the clock to save the stranded. Skilled rescuers have arrived from New York, Texas, Georgia, Missouri and elsewhere. Examples of looting have been rare.”





3…………> Credit To Trump: Media


“We must give President Trump the lion’s share of credit for this good economic news. Massive deregulation has greased the skids, and tax cuts have encouraged capital investment as well as buying power for consumers,” the Boston Herald editorial board writes. “U.S. industrial production rose by a robust 0.4 percent in August, spurred by a jump in the production of automobiles, oil and natural gas. It was the third consecutive monthly increase.”





4…………> Promisses Kept: President Trump


“Since his early days in office, Trump outlined priorities for a trade policy that include a stronger American economy, a focus on the American worker, enforcement of trade laws, and negotiations that ensure trade competitors do not take advantage of the United States,” former CEO of Nucor steel company Dan DiMicco said about  President Trump delivering on trade deals for American workers.

Paul Bedard writes in the Washington Examiner that “72% of blue-collar workers and 76% of white-collar workers are optimistic about their future,” according to a new survey by Secrets. “That recession-driven grimness hanging over the workplace has lifted, and now workers of all shades are feeling good about their future.”





5…………> Florence Misery: On & On


Florence drenched North Carolina with yet more rain, as authorities  warned residents that “the worst is yet to come” from a storm that has killed at least 16 people, with rivers inland likely to flood.

At least 14 people have been killed by Florence, with more flooding predicted 756,000 homes are still without power 900 people were rescued from floods in North Carolina, with 15,000 in shelters Florence, which crashed into the state as a hurricane on Friday (local time), had weakened to a tropical depression by Sunday morning but was forecast to drop another 13 to 25 centimetres of rain in North Carolina, bringing rainfall totals in some inland areas to more than 50cm, according to the National Hurricane Centre.

The most rain so far from Florence was 86cm in Swansboro, North Carolina, a new record for a single hurricane in the state. The previous record was 61cm, set by Hurricane Floyd, which killed 56 people in 1999. 


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