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Thursday, 15 February 2018 15:45

Statement from president Donald J. Trump

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My fellow Americans, today I speak to a nation in grief. Yesterday, a school filled with innocent children and caring teachers became the scene of terrible violence, hatred, and evil.
Around 2:30 yesterday afternoon, police responded to reports of gunfire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida -- a great and safe community. There, a shooter, who is now in custody, opened fire on defenseless students and teachers. He murdered 17 people and badly wounded at least 14 others.
Our entire nation, with one heavy heart, is praying for the victims and their families. To every parent, teacher, and child who is hurting so badly, we are here for you -- whatever you need, whatever we can do, to ease your pain. We are all joined together as one American family, and your suffering is our burden also.
No child, no teacher, should ever be in danger in an American school. No parent should ever have to fear for their sons and daughters when they kiss them goodbye in the morning.
Each person who was stolen from us yesterday had a full life ahead of them -- a life filled with wondrous beauty and unlimited potential and promise. Each one had dreams to pursue, love to give, and talents to share with the world. And each one had a family to whom they meant everything in the world.
Today, we mourn for all of those who lost their lives. We comfort the grieving and the wounded. And we hurt for the entire community of Parkland, Florida that is now in shock, in pain, and searching for answers.
To law enforcement, first responders, and teachers who responded so bravely in the face of danger: We thank you for your courage. Soon after the shooting, I spoke with Governor Scott to convey our deepest sympathies to the people of Florida and our determination to assist in any way that we can. I also spoke with Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel.
I'm making plans to visit Parkland to meet with families and local officials, and to continue coordinating the federal response.
In these moments of heartache and darkness, we hold on to God’s word in scripture: “I have heard your prayer and seen your tears. I will heal you.”
We trust in that promise, and we hold fast to our fellow Americans in their time of sorrow.
I want to speak now directly to America’s children, especially those who feel lost, alone, confused or even scared: I want you to know that you are never alone and you never will be. You have people who care about you, who love you, and who will do anything at all to protect you. If you need help, turn to a teacher, a family member, a local police officer, or a faith leader. Answer hate with love; answer cruelty with kindness.
We must also work together to create a culture in our country that embraces the dignity of life, that creates deep and meaningful human connections, and that turns classmates and colleagues into friends and neighbors.
Our administration is working closely with local authorities to investigate the shooting and learn everything we can. We are committed to working with state and local leaders to help secure our schools, and tackle the difficult issue of mental health.
Later this month, I will be meeting with the nation’s governors and attorney generals, where making our schools and our children safer will be our top priority. It is not enough to simply take actions that make us feel like we are making a difference. We must actually make that difference.
In times of tragedy, the bonds that sustain us are those of family, faith, community, and country. These bonds are stronger than the forces of hatred and evil, and these bonds grow even stronger in the hours of our greatest need.
And so always, but especially today, let us hold our loved ones close, let us pray for healing and for peace, and let us come together as one nation to wipe away the tears and strive for a much better tomorrow.
Thank you. And God Bless you all. Thank you very much.
PARKLAND, Fla. — A heavily armed 19-year-old who had been expelled from a South Florida high school opened fire on campus shortly before classes let out Wednesday, killing 17 people while terrified students barricaded themselves inside classrooms, police said.
The violence unfolded at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, a school of more than 3,000 students in an affluent suburb northwest of Fort Lauderdale where houses sit on broad lots, The Washington Post report Thursday. 
The Broward County sheriff identified the suspect as Nikolas Cruz, who had recently attended the school but had been kicked out for “disciplinary reasons.” He was captured after a manhunt that transfixed the region and forced a nearby school into a lockdown, said Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel. Students recalled terror and confusion in the aftermath of the shooting.
“It’s a horrific, horrific day,” said Israel, whose own triplets graduated from the well-regarded high school. “It’s catastrophic. There really are no words.” The victims included several students and adults, authorities said.
In an English class, students were reading Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” when the shooting began, and a Code Red was declared.
“We had a fire drill early in the day, so we really didn’t know what was going on,” said Ryan Kadel, a 17-year-old senior. “We went outside, and we saw a security guard on a golf cart driving really fast and yelling at us to run.”
He and two dozen other students fled to the nearest building, piling into a large closet, where they stayed for more than 90 minutes.
“People were texting, trying to find out what was going on. Kids were crying; some people were freaking out,” Kadel said. “I’m kind of surprised it happened here, but I’m not really shocked. School shootings happen all the time, and then the news just forgets about them.”
The gunman started firing before even entering the school, leaving a trail of carnage across the sprawling campus, Israel said. A dozen of the dead were found inside the school, and three were found outside. Two others succumbed to their injuries at a hospital. By 9 p.m. Wednesday, 12 of the victims had been identified, Israel said.
Reads complete story written by Lori Rozsa, Moriah Balingit, William Wan and Mark Berman: 
Tuesday, 13 February 2018 14:08

The White House News: Our infrastructure is broken

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Years of inaction have allowed American infrastructure to degrade into a state of disrepair. With yesterday’s release of President Donald J. Trump’s Legislative Outline for Rebuilding Infrastructure in America, the Administration is committed to reversing this sad course.
Here are the facts:
One out of every five miles of highway pavement in the United States is in poor condition.
More than 50,000 American bridges are rated as “structurally deficient.”
Commute times have increased every year since 2009—and more than 40 percent of urban interstate miles are congested.
Nearly 40 percent of Americans living in rural areas lack sufficient broadband access.
Lengthy reviews hold up infrastructure projects for years.
The American Society of Civil Engineers estimates that failing to meet our infrastructure needs will cost us $4 trillion in GDP and 2.5 million jobs by 2025.
An American budget
Yesterday, White House Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney released the Fiscal Year 2019 Budget for the U.S. Government: “Efficient, Effective, Accountable: An American Budget.”
“As a nation, we face difficult times—challenged by a crumbling infrastructure, growing deficits, rogue nations, and irresponsible Washington spending,” Director Mulvaney said. “Through this budget proposal, it is clear that the President and this Administration are determined to reverse these trends.”
Seven things to know about the President’s budget:
  1. It provides for a robust and rebuilt national defense.
  2. It promotes a healthy American economy.
  3. It curbs wasteful Washington spending.
  4. It supports the President’s innovative infrastructure initiative.
  5. It secures our porous southern border and strengthens enforcement of immigration law.
  6. It keeps our commitment to improving veterans’ health.
  7. It combats the opioids epidemic.

Watch: Let the Games begin
Vice President Mike Pence arrived in South Korea last week with Second Lady Karen Pence to lead the American Olympic Delegation for the 2018 Winter Games. He attended the Opening Ceremony in Pyeongchang, South Korea, on Friday.
The Vice President met with South Korean President Moon Jae-in ahead of the Games, discussing how the United States and our global allies will continue to intensify a maximum pressure campaign on North Korea until it abandons its nuclear and ballistic missile programs once and for all.
“We will protect our peoples. We will defend our freedom. And together, we will forge a future of security, prosperity, and peace for both of our nations for generations to come,” the Vice President said.
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The Trump administration predicts Russia will meddle in U.S. elections this year as it pursues bolder cyber operations and false information campaigns against America and its allies, U.S. intelligence agencies said Tuesday, the Chicago Tribune report.
In this year's global threats assessment, they also described the risk of conflict, especially with North Korea, as higher today than at any time since the end of the Cold War. So, too, is a rivalry between Iran and Saudi Arabia that is destabilizing the Middle East. The danger posed by weapons of mass destruction also is rising.
"In the next year, Russian intelligence and security services will continue to probe U.S. and allied critical infrastructures, as well as target the United States, NATO, and allies for insights into U.S. policy," the report said.
"The 2018 U.S. midterm elections are a potential target for Russian influence operations.
National Intelligence Director Dan Coats was even stronger.
"Russians stepped up their game with cyber, in particular, in 2016," Coats said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press.
His expectation: Russian interference in the midterm or in state elections.
"We think it's very likely because we don't see a let up in efforts to do this," Coats told the AP.
U.S. intelligence concluded Moscow interfered in the 2016 presidential election, which has led to the current FBI investigation into possible Trump campaign connections. Russia denies the allegations and President Donald Trump has called the FBI probe as a witch hunt.
Tuesday's report predicted Russian intelligence agencies will disseminate more false information over Russian state-controlled media and through fake online personas to spread anti-American views and exacerbate social and political divides in the United States.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo also has said he expects Russia will insert itself in the November midterms, in which Republicans and Democrats will vie for control of the House and Senate. "We will push back in a way that is sufficiently robust that the impact they have on our election won't be great," Pompeo recently told the BBC.
NEW YORK, NY. - Donald Trump Jr.'s wife was taken to a New York City hospital as a precaution Monday after she opened an envelope addressed to her husband that contained an unidentified white powder, police said.
A preliminary test indicated the substance wasn't dangerous, police said.
Vanessa Trump, 40, opened the letter addressed to the president's son Monday morning at their midtown Manhattan apartment, investigators said. She called 911 and said she was coughing and felt nauseous, police said.
The Trump Organization didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
Detectives from the New York Police Department's intelligence division and Secret Service agents were investigating.
"The Secret Service and our law enforcement partners in New York City are investigating a suspicious package addressed to one of our protectees received today in New York, New York. This is an active investigation and we cannot comment any further," Secret Service Special Agent Jeffrey Adams said in a statement.
Vanessa Trump, a former model, and Donald Trump Jr. have five children, none of whom were home at the time of the incident.
In March 2016, police detectives and FBI agents investigated a threatening letter sent to the Manhattan apartment of Donald Trump Jr.'s brother, Eric, that also contained a white powder that turned out to be harmless. Envelopes containing white powder were also sent to Trump Tower, which served as Trump's campaign headquarters, twice in 2016.
President Donald Trump on Friday signed a $400 billion budget deal that sharply boosts spending and swells the federal deficit, ending a brief federal government shutdown that happened while most Americans were home in bed and most government offices were closed, anyway, says Orlando Sentinel.
The House and Senate approved a bill to keep the government funded through March 23, overcoming opposition from liberal Democrats as well as tea party conservatives to endorse enormous spending increases despite looming trillion-dollar deficits. The House voted 240-186 to approve the bill just before dawn Eastern time, hours after the Senate had approved the measure on a 71-28 vote.
Trump tweeted Friday morning that he had signed the bill, writing that the U.S. military "will now be stronger than ever before." The budget bill "also means JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!" Trump tweeted.
The twin votes put to rest a brief federal freeze that relatively few would notice. Many who did quickly labeled it a pointless, head-scratching episode. The shutdown was the second partial government shutdown in three weeks.
The breakdown came largely in the Senate, when after a day of inaction, Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky went rogue and stalled a vote in protest over his party's willingness to bust the budget. But Democrats also had their divisions and wrangling, largely with liberal upset the measure were not tied to any plans to assist the "Dreamer" immigrants.
Rand Paul

Sen. Rand Paul briefly speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill on Feb. 8, 2018. Paul blocked a vote on the spending deal Thursday night, sending the government into a shutdown.

 (Melina Mara / The Washington Post)
Sen. Rand Paul briefly speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill on Feb. 8, 2018. Paul blocked a vote on the spending deal Thursday night, sending the government into a shutdown. (Melina Mara / The Washington Post)
Most Democrats opposed the measure, following the lead of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., who tried and failed to use the moment to secure a promise for a separate vote on immigration. Up to the final minutes, it was not clear the bill would pass and many Democrats held their votes, allowing the tally to creep slowly and giving no indication which way it might fall.
House Speaker Paul Ryan urged Congress to avoid a "second needless shutdown in a matter of weeks — entirely needless."
There was far less drama in the Senate, where the measure sailed through by a 71-28 tally once Paul's protest ran its course.
Thursday, 08 February 2018 17:01

The White House News: ‘A Nation of believers’

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Each year for more than half a century, the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington has drawn religious leaders and members from both sides of the aisle in Congress to reflect on the importance of faith in public life.
This morning, President Donald J. Trump delivered remarks to the thousands assembled for this year’s event. He also dined last night with faith leaders and a bipartisan group of senators and congressmen ahead of today’s session. The President’s guests included Reverend Franklin Graham, Pastor Paula White, and Pastor Robert Jeffress.
“America is a Nation of believers,” President Trump said this morning. “Across our land we see the splendor of God’s creation. . . . Together as Americans, we are a tireless force for justice and for peace.”

Vice President: U.S. will unveil tough new North Korea sanctions
Vice President Mike Pence completed his first day in Japan yesterday, meeting with Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera, participating in a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, and reaffirming the United States’ unwavering commitment to the United States-Japan alliance.
Something else the Vice President did will send a powerful message to both our allies in Asia and the international community beyond: He announced that the United States will soon unveil the toughest and most aggressive round of economic sanctions on North Korea ever.
“We will continue to isolate North Korea until it abandons its nuclear and ballistic missile programs once and for all,” Vice President Pence said. “We have brought unprecedented diplomatic and economic pressure to bear on North Korea through our maximum pressure campaign.”

Senate reaches budget deal
The headlines that broke yesterday afternoon as Senate leaders reached a budget compromise signal good news for Americans:
Senate Reaches Two-Year Budget Deal in Hopes of Averting a Shutdown (The Weekly Standard)
Senate reaches spending deal that includes opioid funding, CHIP extension (Modern Healthcare)
Senate reaches budget deal with huge defense boost (Defense News)
“We are pleased that Congress has been able to meet our defense spending requirement and come together on a two-year spending bill,” Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said. “This deal achieves our top priority: a much-needed increase in funding for our national defense.”
Defense Secretary James Mattis echoed her statement. “I’ve spent the last day and a half on Capitol Hill briefing the members of Congress on our 2018 National Defense Strategy,” the Secretary said. “I’m heartened that Congress recognizes the sobering effect of budgetary uncertainty on America’s military and on the men and women who provide for our nation’s defense.”
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PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — Kim Jong Un’s younger sister, Kim Yo Jong, will be coming to the PyeongChang Winter Olympics on Friday, making her the first member of the ruling Kim family to ever cross into South Korea, says Thursday a report published by The Washington Post.
South Korea is viewing her visit as a positive sign of the North Korean leader’s “willingness to ease tensions on the Korean Peninsula.” She is expected to stay in South Korea for three days.
We know very little about Kim Jong Un, and we know even less about Kim Yo Jong. But here’s what we do know:
She is 29 or 30 or 31
Kim Yo Jong is the youngest child and only daughter of Kim Jong Il and his consort, the Japanese-born dancer Ko Yong Hui. Their oldest child is Kim Jong Chol, followed by Kim Jong Un, who is 34. Kim Yo Jong was born in Pyongyang on Sept. 26, 1989, according to the U.S. Treasury Department. It released this information when it blacklisted her for human rights abuses last year. But South Korea’s intelligence service has said that she was born in 1987. Either way, she’s about 30.
She went to school in Switzerland
Like her older brothers, Kim Yo Jong attended school in Bern, the Swiss capital. She attended the Liebefeld-Steinhölzli public school, the same school as Kim Jong Un, for several years and lived in a modest apartment nearby. She went by the alias Pak Mi Hyang and is thought to have enjoyed ballet lessons while in Bern. (Kim Jong Chol was “Pak Chol” and Kim Jong Un was “Pak Un.”)
Kim Yo Jong as a girl: this is the earliest photo we have of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's sister, taken while she was at school in Switzerland. pic.twitter.com/LrDFgGBzdt
— Anna Fifield (@annafifield) February 8, 2018

Kim Jong Il doted on his youngest daughter, according to Kenji Fujimoto, a Japanese sushi chef who worked in the royal household for years. He called her “sweet, sweet Yo Jong” and “Princess Yo Jong.”
She showed political potential from an early age
Kim Yo Jong is thought to have returned to North Korea in 2000 or 2001, at the same time as Kim Jong Un. It is not known where she went to high school, but she is thought to have completed special classes at Kim Il Sung University in Pyongyang. As early as 2002, Kim Jong Il proudly told foreign interlocutors that his youngest daughter was interested in politics and wanted a career in North Korea's political system, according to the North Korea Leadership Watch blog.
Konstantin Pulikovsky, who was Russia’s envoy to the Far East and visited North Korea frequently during the Kim Jong Il era, also said that Kim Jong Il identified Kim Jong Un and Kim Yo Jong as showing an interest in and aptitude for political life. Kim Yo Jong was considered “quick-witted and showing good leadership skills,” Pulikovsky told the Japanese public broadcaster NHK in 2012.
She first appeared in public at her father’s funeral
Kim Yo Jong wasn’t seen in public for a decade after her return to Pyongyang. She made her debut in the North Korean media when she appeared among the mourners at Kim Jong Il’s funeral at the end of 2011.
Kim Yo Jong's first recorded public appearance: The North Korean princess appeared among the mourners at her father's funeral at the end of 2011. pic.twitter.com/GWPw4dgbZU
— Anna Fifield (@annafifield) February 8, 2018

In the intervening years, she is thought to have been groomed for a leadership role by her aunt, Kim Kyong Hui, who performed the same supporting role for her own brother, Kim Jong Il, as Kim Yo Jong now does for Kim Jong Un.
Kim Yo Jong carried out her behind-the-scenes work for her father and brother and is thought to be the woman pictured with them in a grainy photo taken in 2009, which briefly appeared on North Korean television.
She began helping establish Kim Jong Un’s hereditary succession campaign in 2010 and 2011, working in the National Defense Commission and Kim Jong Il’s personal secretariat, according to North Korea Leadership Watch.
She is modeling herself on her aunt
In 2012, North Korea’s state television channel broadcast footage of her riding a horse with her aunt, Kim Kyong Hui, to coincide with Kim Jong Un’s visit to the Korean People’s Army equestrian company. Kim Kyong Hui disappeared from the public eye in 2013, when her husband, Jang Song Thaek, was executed for trying to build an alternate power base to rival Kim Jong Un. She is thought to still be alive, but ill.
Kim Yo Jong was shown horse-riding with her aunt, Kim Kyong Hui, in 2012. Just as Kim Kyong Hui supported Kim Jong Il, Kim Yo Jong is now supporting her brother. pic.twitter.com/p9XTl1m6lJ
— Anna Fifield (@annafifield) February 8, 2018

Kim Kyong Hui was a member of the powerful political bureau of the ruling Workers’ Party, and last year Kim Yo Jong took her aunt's place there.
Both women were promoted to help their brothers, former CIA analyst Jung H. Pak said after Kim Yo Jong’s promotion last year. “She’s supporting him. You know she’s not a leader in her own right,” Pak said.
She is in charge of protecting and promoting her brother's image
Kim Yo Jong is officially deputy director of the Propaganda and Agitation Department of the Workers’ Party of Korea, the communist organ that runs the state. In this role, she makes sure that Kim Jong Un is presented as a strong leader and that everything runs smoothly.
Kim Yo Jong's role in the North Korean regime is not just ceremonial. She's actually working, protecting the image of her brother Kim Jong Un and making sure that everything runs smoothly. pic.twitter.com/hWsQnPIZzr
— Anna Fifield (@annafifield) February 8, 2018

She was seen working during a big parade in Pyongyang in April last year, rushing out from behind pillars to bring paperwork to her brother. She also appeared on stage with him during the opening of a landmark construction project in the capital, Ryomyong Street, where she was dressed in a functional black suit and appeared to be coordinating photographers and other logistics.
Blood is thicker than water in North Korea’s bizarre personality cult, and Kim Jong Un clearly trusts his full-blooded sister most of all.
Kim Jong Uns 28 year old sister Kim Yo Jong was promoted to a senior position in Pyongyangs top decision making body
So could she one day be leader?
In a word, no. North Korea adheres to highly Confucian — hierarchical and male-dominated — rules that would make it impossible for her to govern. “She can’t be leader. She’s a female,” said Lim Jae-cheon, a Kim family expert at Korea University in Seoul.
But she has an important role to play. “Kim Yo Jong is very influential,” Lim said.
That role will only become more important as she travels to South Korea on Friday, where she is likely to meet South Korean President Moon Jae-in — and possibly even encounter the vice president of the United States, Mike Pence.

South Korea is eagerly awaiting her arrival.
Kim Jong Un’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, was all smiles at Pyongyang station as she farewelled a North Korean delegation. South Korean media is abuzz with speculation she will come to the Olympics. pic.twitter.com/zrUDkufEQC
— Anna Fifield (@annafifield) February 7, 2018
She will definitely be mobbed by South Korean media when she arrives, but we can also expect South Korean intelligence to try to pick up every detail it can. After Kim Jong Nam, the older half brother of Kim Jong Un and Kim Yo Jong, was killed in Malaysia last year, details of efforts to collect intelligence on him emerged. Alex Hwang, the owner of a Korean restaurant in Kuala Lumpur that Kim Jong Nam sometimes visited, said he would send dishes and cutlery used by Kim Jong Nam to the South Korean Embassy for DNA testing.
Do we know any personal details about her?
As with many other figures in North Korea’s opaque leadership, little else is known about Kim Yo Jong. Some South Korean and Japanese newspapers have reported that she is married to a finance official, the son of senior official Choe Ryong Hae, and that they have at least one child. Another report has it that she fell in love with a bodyguard. And another says she is single and childless. She has, however, been seen with a band on her wedding ring finger. Beyond that, we can’t be sure of anything. (
Tuesday, 06 February 2018 16:25

6.4 Magnitude Quake Hits Taiwan, At Least 2 Dead

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A series of earthquakes is rocking Taiwan, leaving two dead and more than 100 injured, according to the Associated Press, which cites Taiwan's Premier William Lai, says a report published by npr.org
The temblors started late Tuesday night, toppling buildings, destroying one bridge, and buckling paved streets along the island's eastern coast. The quakes continue to jolt the area near Hualien County through early Wednesday morning.
The latest AP tally reports 144 people are injured.
Four buildings have collapsed and one bridge has been damaged, Taiwan's National Fire Agency told ABC News.
The largest quake so far was reported at 11:50 p.m. Tuesday night local time, registering at 6.4 magnitude by the United States Geological Survey.
The Central Weather Bureau, which tracks seismic activity in Taiwan, reported the epicenter of the earthquake was at sea about 18.3 kilometers north of Hualien City.
Huallen City TaiwanThe Central News Agency reported that the ground floor of the Marshal Hotel, a building in Hualien district, had caved in and people were believed to be trapped inside. According to ABC, "there were over 100 guests in the hotel at the time of the quake, and at least three people remain trapped, the department said. Firefighters are continuing to deal with gas leaks and fires as a result of the quake."
Update: So far 29 casualties have been reported. Strong 6.5 earthquake hits eastern Taiwan’s Hualien  
And, the AP says, Taiwanese media reported that a separate hotel known as the Beautiful Life Hotel is tilting.
Compilation footage posted to Twitter by the China Global Television Network shows a building tilting on its side over a line of cars parked along the street. People can be seen running down the street, carrying ladders to climb over the rubble and reach people still inside the collapsed building. Another clip shows the damage caused inside a store. A handful of employees race out of frame as merchandise is shaken off the shelves and onto the ground.
Don Blakeman, a geophysicist at the National Earthquake Information Center, says the temblors have continued into the early morning hours on Wednesday. There have been three aftershock quakes over 5.0 so far. And, he added, these are just the latest in a series of quakes that began last week.
The AP reported the 6.4 temblor followed one over the weekend off the coast of Hualien, which lies along the famed "Pacific Rim of Fire" known for seismic activity from Alaska to Southeast Asia.
This is a developing story. Some facts reported by the media will later turn out to be wrong. We will focus on reports from police officials and other authorities, credible news outlets and reporters who are at the scene. We will update as the situation develops.
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Tuesday, 06 February 2018 14:41

The White House News: Getting tough on MS-13

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Elizabeth Alvarado, Robert Mickens, Evelyn Rodriguez, and Freddy Cuevas joined President Donald J. Trump last week as four of the special guests for his first State of the Union Address. They are the parents of Nisa Mickens and Kayla Cuevas, two young girls who were killed by the gang MS-13 in September 2016.
It’s estimated that MS-13 has as many as 10,000 members in at least 40 states. In the immigration framework President Trump sent to Congress last month, the White House calls for a bill that will give law enforcement the tools it needs to combat this brutal gang and stop its proliferation into American communities.
Today, the President is hosting a roundtable with law enforcement professionals and community leaders to discuss what immigration reforms are needed to dismantle this transnational gang once and for all.

Vice President Pence’s message in South Korea
Vice President Mike Pence left yesterday en route to Asia, where he’ll lead the American Presidential Delegation at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in South Korea. Second Lady Karen Pence joined him as a member of the Delegation.
This year’s Games hold particular importance given the recent actions of North Korea related to its nuclear weapons program. President Trump held a call Friday with South Korean President Moon Jae-in before meeting with defectors from North Korea in the Oval Office.
It was announced over the weekend that a special guest will accompany Vice President Pence. “Honored that Fred Warmbier, father of Otto Warmbier, will join us” in South Korea, the Vice President tweeted. Otto Warmbier was an American student detained in North Korea for 17 months before being released in severe condition and passing away four days later.

‘Four magnificent words’
President Trump addressed workers at an Ohio manufacturing company yesterday, talking through the effects of tax reform and previewing what the Administration will fight for in 2018.
"Right here in Cincinnati, the Sheffer Corporation announced every single worker was getting a $1,000 tax cut bonus,” the President said. “That’s good. Hard working patriotic Americans like you are what makes this country run.”
At heart, tax relief is about reinvigorating the great middle class that built America. “We’re bringing back those four magnificent words: ‘Made in the USA,’” the President said.
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