Jesus tells us in Matthew 6:33:

‘But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.’


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President Trump and The First Lady have a Social Dinner with the Prime Minister of Japan

 

 

President Trump and The First Lady have a Social Dinner with the Prime Minister of Japan

Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

WASHINGTON DC – President Donald J. Trump and The First Lady Melania Trump hosts a Social Dinner with the Prime Minister and Mrs. Abe of Japan


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Israel’s 70th Independence Day

 

 

Israel’s 70th Independence Day

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President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America Hosts a Joint Press Conference with Prime Minister Abe of Japan

 

 

 

President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America Hosts a Joint Press Conference with Prime Minister Abe of Japan

Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 


 

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA – President Donald J. Trump convenes a Press Conference of the global press with Prime Minister Abe of Japan at 5:30 PM EST on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 in Florida.

 


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President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America with Prime Minister Abe of Japan at a Working Lunch

 

President Donald J. Trump and Prime Minister Abe at a Working Lunch
Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA – President Donald J. Trump present remarks at a working lunch with Prime Minister Abe of Japan in Palm Beach Florida on April 18, 2018.

President Donald J. Trump at Working Lunch with Prime Minister Abe of Japan

Mar-a-Lago
Palm Beach, Florida

2:54 P.M. EDT

 

PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP:  “Thank you very much, everybody.  Prime Minister Abe and I have spent a lot of time today, and we really spent a lot of time since I got elected.  And right from the beginning we hit it off.  The relationship is a very good one.

We talked North Korea.  Covered that yesterday, a little bit today.  We’re talking military and, of course, we’re talking trade.  What we’re going to be doing now mostly is trade.  As the Prime Minister knows, they’ve done very well with the United States.  We have a very big deficit, and we’re going to weed that down and hopefully get a balance at some point in the not-too-distant future.  But we have a massive deficit with Japan.

We will, I believe, at the end of a fairly short period of time, be able to do certain things.  I know they’re ordering large numbers of airplanes — both jet fighters and passenger planes — and it’s in the tens of billions of dollars.  And they’ll not only get the best plane, but will help with the process of equalization.

So I think we’re going to have a very — this is a very exciting meeting for me because I like this maybe the best.  I love the world of finance and the world of economics, and probably, it’s where I do the best.  But we will be able to work things out.

I’m very happy to have Larry Kudlow with us.  He’s a special man.  He’s been a friend.  I’ve been on his show many, many times over the years.  And we’ve had a lot of fun together.  We haven’t always agreed, but I noticed lately Larry is agreeing more and more with me, which makes me quite happy.  (Laughter.)

And John Bolton — John was really very much involved yesterday with our meetings on North Korea and our meetings on the military.  And, John, it’s great to have you and Larry with us.  A real honor.  Thank you very much.

Mr. Prime Minister, thank you so much for being here, and your representatives.  The relationship has been so good with all of us, and let’s see how we do with, right now, the trade deficit.

Thank you very much for being here.  Please.”

 

PRIME MINISTER ABE:  (Speaks Japanese.)  (No translation provided.)

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  “Thank you very much, Shinzo.

I’d like to just maybe conclude by saying that it’s an honor that you wanted to be at Mar-a-Lago.  We have a lot of people that want to be here.  It’s just a special place.  And somehow it makes people feel good, and that’s good for a relationship.

“Reciprocal” is the world that I think we have to start using with a lot of nations, not only Japan.  So when we say, “free,” that’s good. “Fair,” that’s good.  But I like to say, “free, fair, and reciprocal.”  And the word “reciprocal” is that when you have a car come in, we charge you a tax.  When we have a car go through Japan, which aren’t allowed to go there, we have to take down the barriers and we have to pay the same tax.

But that goes for other countries, too.  I mean, China, as an example, when they send a car to us, it’s 2.5 percent tax.  When we send a car to them, number one, they don’t take it, and number two, it’s 25 percent tax.  And then you wonder why we have $500 billion of imbalance.  And it’s not right.

So hopefully, the word “reciprocal” will be the primary word that we’re going to be using.  And we use that with every nation now, because the United States has not been properly led on trade.  Our people have let us down.  Whether it’s our Presidents or our representatives, they’ve let us down.

So free, fair, and reciprocal.  And I think we’ve all agreed to that.  And that’s just very important.

Thank you very much.  Thank you.”

 

QUESTION:    “Mr. President, are you concerned about Mike Pompeo’s confirmation?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  “No, I think he’s going to come through.  I think Mike Pompeo is extraordinary.  He was number one at West Point.  He was top at Harvard.  He’s a great gentleman.  I think he’ll go down as truly a great Secretary of State.

I will say this about Rand Paul: He’s never let me down.  Rand Paul is a very special guy, as far as I’m concerned.  He’s never let me down.  And I don’t think he’ll let us down again.  So let’s see what happens.

If you remember, he voted for healthcare and he did us a big favor.  It was somebody else that voted against it that hurt us.  So I have a lot of confidence in Rand, but I also have a great deal of confidence in Mike Pompeo.

I think Mike Pompeo will go down as one of the great Secretary of States.  And, by the way, he just left North Korea.  Had a great meeting with Kim Jong-un, and got along with him really well, really great.  And he’s that kind of a guy.  He’s very smart but he gets along with people.  So I think that Mike will be in good shape.

We’ll see what happens.  You know, a lot of people are predicting other things.  But I have a feeling it’s going to work out very well, and I think our country really needs him.  He’s going to be a great leader.  Thank you very much.  Thank you.”

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Meeting of the President’s Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa

 

Meeting of the President Trump’s Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa
Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

 

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA – Meeting of the President Trump’s Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa at 3:00 PM.


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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

The 2018 White House Spring Garden Tours

 

The 2018 White House Spring Garden Tours

Reported by Karen Ann Carr


WASHINGTON DC – The 2018 White House Spring Garden Tours.


 

SAYING GOODBYE TO AN OUTDATED TAX CODE

 

WASHINGTON DC – This Tax Day, President Donald J. Trump and Members of Congress are highlighting the benefits of historic tax cuts and reforms for American families and businesses.

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PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP IN USA TODAY: America’s Economy Is Back and Roaring and Its People Are Winning

“Tuesday is a day hardworking Americans may dread more than any other. Tax Day. A day that individuals and families, small business owners and part-time workers struggle to conquer a burdensome, complex and extremely unfair tax code to determine how much money they owe the government. But we are changing Tax Day for Americans across the country. This is the last year Americans will fill out outdated, complicated tax forms. In the years ahead, because I signed one of the largest tax cuts in history and the most sweeping tax reform in a generation, many Americans will complete their taxes on a simple, single sheet of paper.”

 

SPEAKER PAUL RYAN (R-WI) AT FOX NEWS: Tax Day Isn’t Usually a Day to Celebrate. This Year Is Different

“Filing taxes is something that fills most of us with dread. We do the costly, complicated chore and can’t wait to move on. It’s usually not a day to celebrate. But this year, for a change, there is good news. Thanks to the recently enacted ‘Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,’ this is the last time you will have to file your taxes under the old, outdated system. What does this mean for middle-income families? In short, more money and less hassle.”

 

HOUSE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN REP. KEVIN BRADY (R-TX) IN USA TODAY: After April 17, Goodbye to the Old, Broken Tax Code. Hello, Economic Revival.

“On Tuesday, April 17, we Americans file our taxes — for the last time — under the old, broken tax code. Yes, for the last time. Goodbye and good riddance to that outdated, monstrosity of a tax code that took too much of your money, sent our American jobs overseas, and kept our economy so slow many workers didn’t see a pay raise for a decade or more. Going forward, Americans should all take comfort knowing that this time next year they’ll file under the new, modern tax code that lowers taxes for families and local businesses — and leapfrogs America to the lead pack among the world’s tax codes.”

 

SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN SENATOR ORRIN HATCH (R-UT) IN THE DAILY HERALD: Tax Day 2018: Out with the Old, In with the New

“To this day, I still think of spring as the perfect time to say, out with the old, in with the new. Looking back on the past four-plus decades I’ve spent in politics, I can think of no better day for us to celebrate that same sentiment than today. After all, this tax day is the last time most of us will ever have to think about our old, outdated tax code. Next April 15, Americans will file under an updated tax code that prioritizes middle-class tax relief, higher wages and job creation instead of special interests.”

 

SENATOR DAN SULLIVAN (R-AK) IN ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS: Relief for Alaskans on Tax Day

“Simply put, the tax bill is a major win for Alaska and for our country. The less money that Washington takes from the private sector, the more Alaskans can put toward creating business opportunities and hiring workers. The more money Alaskans have in their paychecks, the more they can save for their kids’ college, pay off bills, take a much needed vacation, or circulate that money in our local economy.”

 

SENATOR JOHN THUNE (R-SD) IN ARGUS LEADER: Out with the Old, In with the New

“Up until 2018, the only good news about Tax Day was the fact that we had 365 days until the next one. This year is a little different, though. There’s plenty to celebrate, not the least of which is that 2018 is the last time you and your family will need to file your federal taxes under the old, burdensome system. It’s out with the old, and in with the new. And not a moment too soon.”

 

REP. MARKWAYNE MULLIN (R-OK) IN WASHINGTON EXAMINER: It’s the End of the Tax Code as We Know It (and I Feel Fine)

“This year, Oklahomans can be glad that this is the last year they will have to file their taxes under the outdated tax code. Starting in 2019, Oklahomans can file their taxes on a simpler form and take advantage of a nearly doubled standard deduction.”

 

REP. DANIEL WEBSTER (R-FL) IN DAILY COMMERCIAL: It’s the Last Day of the Old Tax System

“It’s hardworking Americans least favorite day — Tax Day. Good news is this is the last time you will have to file taxes under the old, unfair tax system. Thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed by Republicans in Congress and signed into law by President Trump, hardworking, middle-class families across Florida will finally keep more of their hard-earned money. Small businesses in our area will finally be free from oppressive tax rates that kept them from expanding and hiring.”

 

REP. BRAD WENSTRUP (R-OH) IN THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER: Tax Cut Making a Real Difference in the Lives of Real Americans

“This is the last Tax Day under the old, burdensome tax code. Now that we’re into 2018, workers are already seeing more money in their take-home pay, and next tax filing season will continue to reflect these improvements.”


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President Trump and The First Lady Walk with the Prime Minister Abe & Mrs. of Japan

 

 

President Trump and The First Lady Friendship Walk with the Prime Minister of Japan

Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA – President Trump and The First Lady Friendship Walk with the Prime Minister of Japan


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President Trump has a Restricted Bilateral Meeting with the Prime Minister Abe of Japan

 

President Donald J. Trump has a Restricted Bilateral Meeting with the Prime Minister Abe of Japan

Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA – President Donald J. Trump has a Restricted Bilateral Meeting with the Prime Minister Abe of Japan.

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Remarks of President Donald J. Trump and Prime Minister Abe of Japan

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President Trump Presents Remarks at a Bi-Lateral meeting with Prime Minister of Japan

 

 

President Donald J. Trump Presents Remarks with Prime Minister of Japan

Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA – President Trump and Prime Minister Abe of Japan at Mar-a-Lago of Palm Beach, Florida on April 17, 2018. 3:00 P.M. EDT.

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Remarks Of President Trump and Prime Minister Abe

 

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA DONALD J. TRUMP: “Well, thank you very much, everybody. It’s an honor to have Prime Minister Abe with us. The Japanese people greeted me so warmly when I was there, and actually even before becoming President. It’s a very, very special country, special place, with a very, very extraordinary leader. So it’s an honor to have you in Florida with us, it’s an honor to have you at Mar-a-Lago, and an honor to have you in the United States. It’s really something special.

We’re going to be discussing trade with Japan. We are going to be discussing military. We’re going to be discussing security. And we will, I am sure at the outset — we’re going to get along. And when it’s all over, we’re going to get along even better. So thank you all very much for being here.

Mr. Prime Minister.”

PRIME MINISTER ABE: (As interpreted.) “I’d like to express my appreciation for Donald, who kindly invited me back to Mar-a-Lago, which is a gorgeous place. I’m very happy to be back.

So, for today and tomorrow, I am going to have an in-depth discussion with Donald, and I very much look forward to having our discussion, mainly on the two topics which includes North Korea and the economy.

For the North Korean issue, I’d like to underscore the importance of achieving the complete, verifiable, and irreversible denuclearization, as well as the abandonment of missile programs of North Korea. And on this specific point, I would like to share understanding and recommendation with Donald.

So both Japan and the United States have been demonstrating leadership in applying the maximum pressure campaign against North Korea, which actually successfully made North Korean side to start seeking dialogue with us. So it is fair to say that our approach has been proved to be successful and the right one.

And also, on this occasion, I would like to commend Donald’s courage in his decision to have the upcoming summit meeting with the North Korean leader.

So I look forward to having a thorough discussion on the issue of North Korea, including both nuclear as well as missile issues, and also the abductions issue, which is a priority issue for Japan.

So we have a gorgeous setting for both of us to have today’s discussion. And I very much feel both delighted and also privileged to have a discussion with Donald today to talk about our cooperation to achieve the development of both Japan and the United States, and also how we can collaborate together to realize peace in the region, as well as in the entire international community.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Well, thank you very much. Many of the world’s great leaders request to come to Mar-a-Lago and Palm Beach. They like it; I like it. We’re comfortable. We have great relationships. As you remember, we were here and President Xi of China was here. And when we do it — it was originally built as the Southern White House. It was called the Southern White House. It was given to the United States, and then Jimmy Carter decided it was too expensive for the United States. So they, fortunately for me, gave it back and I bought it. Who would have thought? It was a circuitous route. But now it is, indeed, the Southern White House. And again, many, many people want to be here. Many of the leaders want to be here. They request specifically.

North Korea is coming along. South Korea is meeting, and has plans to meet, with North Korea to see if they can end the war. And they have my blessing on that. And they’ve been very generous that without us and without me in particular, I guess, you would have to say, that they wouldn’t be discussing anything, including the Olympics would have been a failure. Instead, it was a great success. They would have had a real problem.

But as you know, North Korea participated in the Olympics, and it made it — really, it was quite an Olympics. It was quite a success that would not have happened. And they do have my blessing to discuss the end to the war. People don’t realize the Korean War has not ended. It’s going on right now. And they are discussing an end to the war. So, subject to a deal, they would certainly have my blessing. And they do have my blessing to discuss that.

Japan and ourselves are locked, and we are very unified on the subject of North Korea. We will probably be — depending on various meetings and conversations, we’ll be having meetings with Kim Jong-un very soon. It will be — that will be taking place probably in early June or a little before that — assuming things go well. It’s possible things won’t go well and we won’t have the meetings, and we’ll just continue to go along this very strong path that we’ve taken. But we will see what happens.

Tomorrow, we’ll have further discussions on trade, on North Korea, on our military. Japan is buying a tremendous amount of military equipment from the United States, which is good. And as you know, we’re buying a lot of cars and a lot of other things from Japan. But we are each buying a lot. But we still have to talk about trade, and the Prime Minister understands that.

We’re going to sneak out tomorrow morning and play a round of golf, if possible and if we have the time. When I was in Japan, the Prime Minister took me out too, and we played with a great golfer, Matsuyama. Right? Matsuyama. He’s one of the top three or four golfers in the world. And I always thought I was okay at golf, but then I realized we’re not so good. So he was really great and very special.

And I also, just in ending, I want to congratulate you. It wasn’t Matsuyama, but another great golfer from Japan won the big PGA event this weekend. And it’s been a long time. So I just want to congratulate you on that. That’s a big honor. It’s a great honor. Thank you.

Did he do a good job?”

PRIME MINISTER ABE: “Very good. Very. (Laughter.) Good memory.”

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “I think so. Very good. Thank you.

I just want to conclude by saying that our house — this great house — is filled with people from Japan, representatives from Japan, and from the U.S. And they’ve been negotiating for weeks, actually. And hopefully this will be the conclusion of some very good transactions for both, including tremendous purchases from the United States and also from Japan.

So I want to thank everybody for being here. And, Mr. Prime Minister, it’s a great honor to have you. Thank you so much.”

PRIME MINISTER ABE: “Thank you.”

QUESTION: “Where would you like the summit to be?”

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “We’re looking at five — five different locations.”


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Friday, April 2018

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April 2018

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Vice President Pence Presents Remarks at the First Plenary Session of the Summit of the Americas

 

 

Vice President Pence Delivers Remarks at the First Plenary Session of the Summit of the Americas

Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

LIMA, PERU – Vice President Mike Pence of the United States of America presents remarks at the First Plenary Session of the Summit of the Americas in Lima, Peru on April 14, 2018.

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Remarks of Vice President Mike Pence at First Plenary Session of the Summit of the Americas

Lima, Peru

 

THE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA MIKE PENCE: “Secretary General Almagro, President Vizcarra, Presidents, Prime Ministers, and leaders from across the Western Hemisphere — it is my great honor to join you today, as Vice President of the United States of America, at the 8th Summit of the Americas.

And I bring greetings and great respect to each of you from the 45th President of the United States of America, President Donald Trump.

As you are all well aware, last night, at President Trump’s direction, the United States, together with our allies France and the United Kingdom, launched precision strikes to cripple Syrian dictator Bashar al Assad’s chemical weapons program.

We acted in response to Assad’s horrific use of chemical weapons on his own citizens one week ago — an attack that horrified and shocked the conscience of the world. The United States assesses that the Syrian regime was responsible for this attack, and that chlorine and possibly nerve agents were used.

As President Trump said, these were “crimes of a monster.” And together with our allies, we took action in the wake of that “barbarism and brutality.” And I’m pleased to report that the strike by the United States, UK, and French forces was effective, overwhelming, and successful.

We delivered a clear and unambiguous message to the Syrian regime: The United States and our allies will not tolerate the use of chemical weapons against innocent men, women, and children; and we are prepared to deter any further use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime.

The United States and our allies will continue to integrate all instruments of our national power in this moment. And as President Trump made clear, our nation is ready to “sustain this response until the Syrian regime [abandons] the use of prohibited chemical agents.” Assad and his patrons would do well not to test our resolve or the capabilities of the Armed Forces of the United States.

The President also sent a message to the two nations that are most responsible for “supporting, equipping, and financing the criminal Assad regime” — Russia and Iran.

Even now, Russia is deliberately spreading disinformation about Assad’s heinous actions and even their own complicity in this crime. But the horrific pictures of dead children, the videos of suffering people prove what happened. Russia’s lies will crumble in the face of truth. And as the President said to both Russia and Iran, nations can be judged by the company they keep.

Allow me to take a moment to thank the nations here who have already offered their expressions of support for last night’s military action. Prime Minister Trudeau of Canada and President Santos of Colombia and others, we are grateful for your support. As President Santos said earlier today in support of the actions to, in his words, “punish [the] use of [chemical weapons] and seek their total elimination” — and we’re grateful for that moral clarity.

But today, I call upon every nation in this hemisphere of freedom to support this military action taken by the United States and our allies and to support it publicly, and also to add to that your condemnation expressed by nearly everyone here of Assad’s regime’s use of chemical weapons. The civilized world must send a message of resolve and unity that we will not accept such barbaric attacks now or ever.

With that, let me say, Mr. President, it is a great pleasure to be in Lima, and it’s my great privilege to address this historic summit. President Vizcarra, let me thank you, and congratulate Peru for hosting this 8th Summit of the Americas.

Peru has done a magnificent job on the summit. And in fact, it has inspired the United States to announce today that we will be submitting a bid to host the 9th Summit of the Americas, three years from now, in 2021. And we’ll see if we can do just as well as Peru has done.

We gather today to continue a great work. Twenty-four years ago, the nations of the Western Hemisphere came together in Miami, Florida, to chart a new era for ourselves and our posterity. At that first Summit of the Americas, we issued a Declaration of Principles, in which this body agreed to work together as never before to advance the prosperity and democratic values, as well as institutions and security in our hemisphere.

The United States is proud to stand with free nations across this hemisphere in pursuit of these noble goals. President Trump sent me to South America last year to deliver our message of commitment to the region. It’s a message I will deliver again when I visit Brazil next month.

But under President Donald Trump, the United States will always put the security and prosperity of America first. But America first does not mean America alone. The United States has always cherished our neighbors and friends across this region. Our nations are bound together by geography, but also by history and by an enduring aspiration for freedom.

Ours was always meant to be a hemisphere of freedom. As the charter of the Organization of American States declares, “the historic mission of America is to offer… a land of liberty.” And as President Trump has said, the United States seeks “a future [in the Western hemisphere],” in his words, “where the people of each country can live out their own dreams.” From the very first day of our administration, we have also taken decisive action to make this vision a reality.

Like the citizens of your nations, the people of the United States seek a future of opportunity and prosperity. That’s why, in America, I’m pleased to report to our friends and allies present that this administration has been rolling back burdensome regulations in record numbers, we’ve been unleashing our boundless natural resources, and quite recently President Trump signed the largest tax cuts and tax reform in American history.

And the results have been dramatic. Businesses large and small across the United States have created nearly 3 million jobs. Unemployment is at a 17-year low. Companies are investing in the United States again. Confidence is back, and growth is back. A strong America and a growing America is back.

Our President has also placed a renewed emphasis on trade relationships that are fair and reciprocal. While the United States trades nearly three times as much with our neighbors in the Western Hemisphere as we do in China, we recognize that there is still tremendous opportunity to forge stronger and more balanced trade relationships across this region.

Our administration has already taken action to reach new deals and update existing agreements, and we’re encouraged by the progress we’ve mad. Last year, in Colombia, I announced that the United States will allow Colombian Haas avocados into the U.S. market, while Colombia has expanded access for U.S. rough rice.

And as we speak, I’m pleased to report the United States is working very closely with Canada and Mexico to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement. We believe we are fairly close to a deal, and we’re going to be working earnestly to make that a reality for all of our nations.

Beyond trade, the United States will continue to share our traditions of entrepreneurship throughout the region. I’m honored to be joined today by Ivanka Trump, who is a great champion for women’s economic empowerment all over the world. She helped organize our administration’s new “2X Women’s Initiative.” And as Ivanka announced in Lima yesterday, through this vital program, the United States will invest an unprecedented $150 million to support women entrepreneurs throughout Latin America.

These actions, we know, will strengthen the prosperity for the people of the United States, and strengthen prosperity across this region. But ultimately, as we gather today, we all recognize, with few exceptions, that we cannot forget that security is the foundation of our prosperity.

For despite our progress, as we gather here for this historic summit, the challenges facing the Western Hemisphere remain. We see the gangs and criminal syndicates that plague our cities and towns. We see the illegal drugs that poison our children and tear families apart. We see a flow of migrants fleeing hardship and oppression in their homelands. And we see the migration of criminals, human traffickers, drug traffickers, and even terrorists making their way across our borders.

In the category of terrorists, the United States actually refuses entry to seven known or suspected terrorists every day — nearly 2,500 a year are stopped. We have real challenges for security at our borders.

Just yesterday, we were reminded of the threats that we face when Marxist narco-terrorists in Ecuador brutally killed two journalists and their driver. And I extend the condolences and the prayers of the American people to the victims and their families and the people of Ecuador.

Under President Donald Trump, the United States is working hard to confront these security challenges. We’re securing our borders, enforcing our laws, removing dangerous drug dealers and violent criminals from our streets as never before.

We’ve also taken significant steps to strengthen our partnerships with nations across the wider region. Our efforts include the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative to stop the flow of drugs, expanded security collaboration with Mexico, security assistance to a wide array of Central American countries. And be assured: We will continue to deepen our security relationships with countries across the region in the years ahead.

President Vizcarra, let me commend Peru for your ambitious agenda for this summit: “Democratic Governance Against Corruption.” This is a vitally important issue that bears upon the long-term prosperity as well as the wellbeing of the people of this hemisphere, and I commend this body’s agreement on the Lima Commitment earlier today.

Corruption emboldens vicious criminals and endangers public safety. Corruption corrodes the foundations of democracy as well, and undermines trust in government. For we know as corruption grows, freedom and prosperity wither.

And as all freedom-loving nations know as well, the greatest corruption of government is when the people lose their voice, their vote, their freedom, and their basic human rights under the heavy hand of dictatorship. And the free nations of this conference are right to focus in renewed ways on ending dictatorship here in the New World.

As we speak, a tired communist regime continues to impoverish its people and deny their most fundamental rights in Cuba. The Castro regime has systematically sapped the wealth of a great nation and stolen the lives of a proud people. Our administration has taken decisive action to stand with the Cuban people, and stand up to their oppressors.

No longer will the United States fund Cuba’s military, security and intelligence services — the core of that despotic regime. And the United States will continue to support the Cuban people as they stand and call for freedom.

But Cuba’s dictatorship has not only beset its own people, as we all well know — with few exceptions in this room acknowledging that. Cuba’s dictators have also sought to export their failed ideology across the wider region. And as we speak, they are aiding and abetting the corrupt dictatorship in Venezuela.

In Venezuela, as in Cuba, the tragedy of tyranny is on full display. As this body knows well, Venezuela was one of our hemisphere’s richest nations once, and not too long ago. It is now among the poorest. Venezuela was also once a flourishing democracy. It has now collapsed into dictatorship and tyranny.

Now let me be clear, the responsibility for the Venezuelan people’s suffering can be laid at the feet of one man — Nicolas Maduro. He promised his people he would restore prosperity, but delivered them only deeper poverty. He promised them safety and security, but Venezuela is now riven by chaos and rampant crime. Nicolas Maduro promised the people of Venezuela renewed greatness, and he has only brought a nation to its knees.

Just yesterday, I met with four courageous leaders of the Venezuelan opposition — great defenders of democracy who have been forced to flee their homeland or face Maduro’s wrath. They described to me how Maduro has corroded Venezuela’s democracy and corrupted the upcoming election. They also told me about the heartbreaking humanitarian crisis their family, friends, and fellow Venezuelans now face. It’s heartbreaking to think about.

I saw it firsthand when I visited Colombia last year along the border of Venezuela. But today, nearly 9 out of 10 Venezuelans live in grinding poverty. Venezuela’s grocery stores are all but empty. Food and daily necessities are often impossible to find. Hospitals lack the most basic medical services and supplies, putting lives at risk and causing untold misery and death.

And every day, some 5,000 Venezuelans flee the land of their birth, in the largest cross-border mass exodus in the history of our hemisphere. Under the Maduro regime, Venezuela is essentially a failed state. Failed states know no borders.

Venezuela’s ongoing collapse is already affecting economies across the region. It’s giving drug traffickers and transnational criminal organizations new opportunities to endanger our people.

President Trump has made it clear: The United States of America will not stand idly by as Venezuela crumbles. Our administration has already imposed strict financial sanctions on more than 50 current or former senior Venezuelan officials. And three weeks ago, we cut off the so-called “Petro” from the United States’ financial system.

Last month, we also announced that we are providing, through the generosity of the American people, $2.5 million to help meet the needs of vulnerable Venezuelans living in Colombia. And yesterday, it was my privilege to announce that we’ll add nearly $16 million more dollars of direct aid to assist Colombia’s efforts to come alongside those Venezuelans.

To be clear, the United States and our allies and partners stand ready to do more, much more, to directly support the long-suffering Venezuelan people. But the world deserves to know that as the people of Venezuela suffer, lacking basic humanitarian aid, Nicolas Maduro stands in the way. Maduro stands today, refusing to allow humanitarian assistance simply because he claims there is no humanitarian crisis, as his people starve and die and flee.

I’ll never forget when my wife and I visited the border of Venezuela in a visit to Colombia last year. We met a grandmother who had just made the long journey with her five grandchildren out of their small town in Venezuela. She told me, with tears in her eyes, how the poverty had become so acute, her grandchildren had to stand in line at 5:00 in the morning to get a ticket to buy a piece of bread at 5:00 in the afternoon. And that was the sum total of sustenance that was available to their family.

And today, we call on the Maduro regime to open up their country to life-saving aid the Venezuelan people so desperately need. Allow me to thank the many nations here who have already taken action to support the Venezuelan people with assistance and aid — nearly two million that have been displaced thus far. And the compassion and generosity of nations across this region is inspiring to see.

Let me also thank all those that have stepped forward to join us to rebuke and isolate the dictator Maduro and his brutal regime through economic and diplomatic means. Costa Rica has refused to let Venezuela’s Minister of Defense land on its territory, setting a precedent for other nations to deny Venezuela official travel.

Canada has sanctioned more than 40 Venezuelan officials. Argentina and Brazil led the effort to suspend Venezuela from Mercusor.

Panama designated more than 50 Venezuelan officials as high risks for money laundering and recalled its ambassador from Caracas.

And Peru withdrew Venezuela’s invitation to this summit. Mr. President, that sent a powerful message that Maduro and dictatorship and his despotism is not welcome here, and I commend you.

To all of you whose nations have taken action: Thank you for you stand. Thank you for your stand for freedom in our hemisphere.

But let me say on behalf of President Donald Trump: The United States believes now is the time to do more, much more. Every free nation gathered here must take stronger action to isolate the Maduro regime. We must all stand with our brothers and sisters suffering in Venezuela. And I can promise you, the United States will not rest. We will not relent until democracy is restored in Venezuela and the Venezuelan people reclaim their birthright of libertad.

And I believe with all of my heart, Mr. President, as I close, that that day will come. For as Simón Bolívar declared, and I quote, “A people that loves freedom will in the end be free.” And the people of the New World love freedom, and have proved throughout the generations the capacity to fight for it, to achieve it, to defend it.

This New World, from its very birth, was destined to be a hemisphere of freedom. In the long annals of our shared history, names like Bolívar, San Martín, and Martí stand shoulder to shoulder with Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln as champions of freedom and great defenders of the freedom — the freedom that each one of us are endowed with by our Creator.

As we gather here, we have much work yet to do. So today, let us rededicate ourselves that most cherished ideal. Let us strive with all our strength to reach the day when freedom reigns in every nation across the New World.

And as we go forward, let’s have faith — faith in the boundless capacity of the people of the New World to advance the principles that have always been the source of our greatness.

And let us have that other kind of faith. Remember to pray for people that are struggling under the weight of tyranny, remembering, as the Good Book says, that “where the spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.”

And with the courage of our citizens, with the conviction of the leaders gathered here, and with God’s help, I know this New World will prove, once more, that no force on Earth can overcome freedom.

Thank you. May God bless all the people and nations of this great Western Hemisphere, and may God bless the United States of America.” (Applause.)


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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

 

Vice President Mike Pence of the United States of America at the Summit of the Americas

 

 

 

Vice President Mike Pence at the Summit of the Americas

Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

LIMA, PERU – Vice President Mike Pence at the Summit of the Americas.


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Friday, April 13, 2018

President Donald J. Trump

 

 

President to the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the President Pro Tempore of the Senate

Reported by Karen Ann Carr

Dear Mr. Speaker: (Dear Mr. President:)

At approximately 9:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time on April 13, 2018, at my direction, United States military forces, acting in concert with French and British military forces, struck Syrian military chemical weapons-related facilities. The targets of the combined operation were a scientific research center installation, a storage facility, and a bunker. I directed this action in response to the Syrian government’s continued and unlawful use of chemical weapons, including in the horrific attack in Duma, Syria, on April 7 that injured or killed numerous innocent civilians. The purpose of this military action was to degrade the Syrian military’s ability to conduct further chemical weapons attacks and to dissuade the Syrian government from using or proliferating chemical weapons.

I acted pursuant to my constitutional authority to conduct foreign relations and as Commander in Chief and Chief Executive and in the vital national security and foreign policy interests of the United States to promote the stability of the region, to deter the use and proliferation of chemical weapons, and to avert a worsening of the region’s current humanitarian catastrophe. The United States will take additional action, as necessary and appropriate, to further its important national interests.

I am providing this report as part of my efforts to keep the Congress fully informed, consistent with the War Powers Resolution (Public Law 93-148). I appreciate the support of the Congress in this action.

Sincerely,

 

DONALD J. TRUMP


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April 2018

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April 2018

GOD’S PLAN – DRAKE

 

WASHINGTON DC – Drake sets a tone by giving back. He is a walking testimony of Jesus Christ. He is taking it higher.


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Friday, April 2018

Black Panther

 

WASHINGTON DC – Black Panther Trailer


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Friday, April 13, 2018

President Donald J. Trump

 

 

President Donald J. Trump Addresses The Nation On Tax Cuts for Florida Small Businesses Roundtable
Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

 

The White House Rose Garden | March 21, 2018 Photo Credit: White House Photo by Shealah Craighead

WASHINGTON DC – President Donald J. Trump presented remarks to the Nation Friday, April 13, 2018. The morning of Monday, April 16th, President Trump departs the White House South Lawn en route to Joint Base Andrews at 9:30 AM Monday, April 16. President Trump will arrive at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland at 9:40 AM. President Trump will then depart Joint Base Andrews and Washington, DC region en route to Miami, Florida at 9:50 PM. President Trump arrives at Miami International Airport in Miami, Florida at 12:10 PM. President Trump departs Miami, Florida’s International Airport en route to Hialeah, Florida at 12:20 PM. President Trump arrives at Bucky Dent Park in Hialeah, Florida at 12:35 PM. President Trump hosts the Tax Cuts for Florida Small Businesses Roundtable at 12:40 PM. In Hialeah, Florida at 12:40 PM. President Trump departs Hialeah, Florida en route to Miami, Florida in Hialeah, Florida at 1:45 PM. President trump arrives at Miami International Airport in Miami, Florida at 2:00 PM. President Trump departs Miami, Florida en route to Palm Beach, Florida at 2:10 PM from Miami International Airport. President Trump arrives at Palm Beach International Airport in Palm Beach, Florida at 2:45 PM. President Trump departs Palm Beach International Airport en route to Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida at 2:55 PM.


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Friday, April 13, 2018

President Donald J. Trump

 

 

President to the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the President Pro Tempore of the Senate

Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

 

 

Dear Mr. Speaker: (Dear Mr. President:)

At approximately 9:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time on April 13, 2018, at my direction, United States military forces, acting in concert with French and British military forces, struck Syrian military chemical weapons-related facilities. The targets of the combined operation were a scientific research center installation, a storage facility, and a bunker. I directed this action in response to the Syrian government’s continued and unlawful use of chemical weapons, including in the horrific attack in Duma, Syria, on April 7 that injured or killed numerous innocent civilians. The purpose of this military action was to degrade the Syrian military’s ability to conduct further chemical weapons attacks and to dissuade the Syrian government from using or proliferating chemical weapons.

I acted pursuant to my constitutional authority to conduct foreign relations and as Commander in Chief and Chief Executive and in the vital national security and foreign policy interests of the United States to promote the stability of the region, to deter the use and proliferation of chemical weapons, and to avert a worsening of the region’s current humanitarian catastrophe. The United States will take additional action, as necessary and appropriate, to further its important national interests.

I am providing this report as part of my efforts to keep the Congress fully informed, consistent with the War Powers Resolution (Public Law 93-148). I appreciate the support of the Congress in this action.

Sincerely,

DONALD J. TRUMP

PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP HAS TAKEN ACTION TO STOP SYRIAN CHEMICAL WEAPONS USE

“I call on all civilized nations to join us in seeking to end the slaughter and bloodshed in Syria.” – President Donald J. Trump

CALL FOR ACTION IN SYRIA: President Donald J. Trump is joining with allies to call on Syria and Syria’s defenders to declare and dismantle Syria’s chemical weapons arsenal.

  • The United States has issued clear warnings against the Assad regime’s chemical weapons attacks, and stated that we will not tolerate the continued use of chemical weapons.
  • President Trump is continuing a course he set last year following years of failure under the previous administration’s approach of appeasement and cooperation.
  • The United States joins with its allies and calls on Syria and Syria’s protectors to:
    • Declare all aspects of Syria’s chemical weapons program to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), destroy its remaining chemical weapons stockpile, dismantle its chemical weapons program entirely, and cooperate fully with the OPCW;
    • Allow the secure and unfettered access of the OPCW Fact-Finding Mission to investigate the chemical weapons attack on Duma; and
    • Comply with the de-escalation zones and ceasefires to allow humanitarian aid to reach civilians.

A PATTERN OF HEINOUS CRIMES: The Assad regime’s April 7, 2018 use of chemical weapons is only the latest in Assad’s continued pattern of heinous aggression against his own people.

  • The large amount of information about this attack clearly demonstrates Assad’s culpability for the April 7th chemical weapons attack in the Eastern Damascus suburb of Duma, which killed dozens and injured hundreds of civilians.
    • A large volume of high-resolution, reliable photos and video from Duma clearly document victims suffering from asphyxiation and foaming at the mouth, with no visible signs of external wounds.
    • Reliable intelligence indicates that Syrian military officials coordinated what appears to be the use of chlorine in Duma on April 7.
    • Credible medical personnel and organizations have reported symptoms of chlorine and sarin.
    • Eyewitness accounts report that an Mi-8 helicopter launched from a Syrian regime airfield was circling Duma at the time of the attack.
    • Photos of barrel bombs dropped in Duma closely match those previously used by the Assad regime.
    • Doctors and aid organizations on the ground in Duma reported the strong smell of chlorine and described symptoms consistent with exposure to sarin.
  • There have been reports of 30 separate incidents of chemical weapons use since the United States’ April 7, 2017 strike in Syria in response to the regime’s use of sarin.
  • In November 2017, the Assad regime conducted a sarin attack against its people.
  • Assad uses chemical weapons in a manner to maximize suffering, such as against families huddled in underground shelters, as was seen in Duma.
  • At the time of Assad’s chemical weapons attack in Duma, the population there was already negotiating for surrender and evacuation.

A CADRE OF WILLING ENABLERS: Russia and Iran have contributed to the discord and chaos in Syria, providing a shelter for Assad to continue his terrible chemical weapons attacks.

  • The Trump Administration has made it clear that Russia and Iran share responsibility for the brutal actions of the Assad regime.
  • The United States will not be fooled by another Russian disinformation campaign trying to deflect the blame.
  • Russian claims that Assad has eliminated his chemical weapons program are clearly untrue.
  • Due to its inability – or refusal – to curb Assad’s crimes, Russia must assume responsibility for his behavior.

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Monday, April 16, 2018

Vice President Mike Pence

 

Vice President Mike Pence Presents Remarks at the First Plenary Session of the Summit of the Americas
Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

 

WASHINGTON DC – Vice President Mike Pence departs Washington, DC on Air Force Two en route to Colorado Springs, Colorado from Joint Base Andrews at 8:50 AM. Vice President Pence arrives at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado on Air Force Two at 10:30 AM MDT. At 11:05 AM, Vice President Pence participates in a roundtable with the Space Foundation Board of Directors at The Broadmoor. Vice President Pence delivers remarks at the 34th Space Symposium being held at The Broadmoor at 11:55 AM. Vice President Pence departs Colorado Springs, Colorado on Air Force Two en route to Washington, DC from Peterson Air Force Base at 1:20 PM. Vice President Pence arrives at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on Air Force Two at 6:30 PM.

 

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Monday, April 16, 2018

President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address

 

President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

 

 

WASHINGTON DC – President Donald J. Trump presents an Address at the White House in Washington, DC, U.S.A..


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Friday, April 13, 2018

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders

 

White House Press Briefing
Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

 

 

WASHINGTON DC – White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders briefs the global press in the West Wing at the White House in Washington, DC, U.S.A. at 2:30 PM EDT on Friday, April 13, 2018.


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Friday, April 13, 2018

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Friday, April 13, 2018

 

President Donald J. Trump Proclaims April 12 through April 19, 2018, as the Days of Remembrance of Victims of the Holocaust

 

 

“On Yom HaShoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, and during this week of remembrance, we reflect on one of the darkest periods in the history of the world and honor the victims of Nazi persecution. This year marks the 75th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, when the imprisoned Polish Jews mounted a courageous and extraordinary act of armed resistance against their Nazi guards.

The Holocaust, known in Hebrew as “Shoah,” was the culmination of the Nazi regime’s “Final Solution to the Jewish Question,” an attempt to eradicate the Jewish population in Europe. Although spearheaded by one individual, this undertaking could not have happened without the participation of many others who recruited, persuaded, and coerced in their efforts to incite the worst of human nature and carry out the ugliest of depravity. The abject brutality of the Nazi regime, coupled with the failure of Western leaders to confront the Nazis early on, created an environment that encouraged and enflamed anti-Semitic sentiment and drove people to engage in depraved, dehumanizing conduct.

By the end, the Nazis and their conspirators had murdered 6 million men, women, and children, simply because they were Jews. They also persecuted and murdered millions of other Europeans, including Roma and Sinti Gypsies, persons with mental and physical disabilities, Slavs and other minorities, Christians, Jehovah’s Witnesses, gays, and political dissidents.

Let us continue to come together to remember all the innocent lives lost in the Holocaust, pay tribute to those intrepid individuals who resisted the Nazis in the Warsaw Ghetto, and recall those selfless heroes who risked their lives in order to help or save those of their persecuted neighbors. Their bravery inspires us to embrace all that is good about hope and resilience; their altruism reminds us of the importance of maintaining peace and unity, and of our civic duty never to remain silent or indifferent in the face of evil. We have a responsibility to convey the lessons of the Holocaust to future generations, and together as Americans, we have a moral obligation to combat antisemitism, confront hate, and prevent genocide. We must ensure that the history of the Holocaust remains forever relevant and that no people suffer these tragedies ever again.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, DONALD J. TRUMP, President of the United States of America, do hereby ask the people of the United States to observe the Days of Remembrance of Victims of the Holocaust, April 12 through April 19, 2018, and the solemn anniversary of the liberation of Nazi death camps, with appropriate study, prayers and commemoration, and to honor the memory of the victims of the Holocaust and Nazi persecution by internalizing the lessons of this atrocity so that it is never repeated.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this eleventh day of April, in the year of our Lord two thousand eighteen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and forty-second.

DONALD J. TRUMP


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Monday, April 10, 2018

 

President Donald J. Trump at a Briefing from Senior Military Leadership

President Trump Receives a Briefing from Senior Military Leadership
Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 

 

WASHINGTON DC – On Monday, April 9, 2018, President Trump receives a briefing from Senior Military Leadership in the White House Cabinet Room on Monday, April 9, 2018, Washington DC, USA.


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Monday, April 9, 2018

United Nations – LIVE

 

 

United Nations – LIVE
Reported by Karen Ann Carr

 


NEW YORK, NEW YORK – The United States of America will respond, stated US Ambassador Haley to the United Nations, for the irresponsible use of chemical weapons. The situation in the Middle East – Security Council, 8225th meeting on Monday, April 9, 2018 – The situation in the Middle East, under agenda item titled Threats to international peace and security. Syrian use of chemical weapons is reasoned by Russian United Nations representative as being a fake news narrative directed by the egotistical United States of ‘America and its so-called friends of the West. The question for the United States of America is will there be military action against Syria, non-state actors and perpetrators who use chemical weapons. The chemical weapons attacks in Syria and abroad are not fabrications.

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