Resolute Reads REAL NEWS PRESIDENT TRUMP DOESN’T WANT YOU TO MISS Trump Stamps Veto on ‘Reckless’ Attempt to Stop Wall Construction -The Washington Times “President Trump flexed his veto for the first time in his administration Friday, rejecting Congress’s attempt to end his border emergency declaration and halt border wall construction,” Stephen Dinan reports. “Surrounded by ‘angel moms’ who have lost children to illegal immigrant violence, Mr. Trump called the attempt to stop wall construction ‘reckless’ and ‘dangerous.’” State Attorneys General: Donald Trump’s National Emergency Declaration is Constitutional -USA Today “President Donald Trump’s emergency declaration is a proper use of executive power to protect our country’s borders and keep Americans safe,” state Attorneys General Ken Paxton (R-TX), Curtis Hill (R-IN), and Jeff Landry (R-LA) write. “Unfortunately, the crisis at the southern border is one that only the federal government may truly solve.” Watch: Even The Washington Post knows there is a crisis on the border Give the Border Patrol a Break -The Washington Times “A new report from the U.S. Border Patrol proves that only the willfully ignorant can doubt that we’re dealing with an immigration crisis,” Dr. Ed Feulner writes. “Border Patrol agents apprehended more than 66,000 migrants at the U.S.-Mexican border in February. That’s the highest total for a single month in almost a decade.” Agent Manuel Padilla says that the entire system is “overwhelmed.” See Vice President Mike Pence’s visit to a border protection training facility Spending Addiction Threatens American Economic Resurgence -Fox News “The president’s budget was written with the everyday American taxpayer in mind. All across the country, hardworking taxpayers have to balance their household budgets, finding ways to do more with less and save for the future. Our federal agencies and departments should be held to the same level of responsibility and accountability,” Acting Office of Management and Budget Director Russ Vought writes. The Fentanyl Failure -The Washington Post “In May 2016, a group of national health experts issued an urgent plea in a private letter to high-level officials in the Obama administration,” Scott Higham, Sari Horwitz, and Katie Zezima report. “Thousands of people were dying from overdoses of fentanyl — the deadliest drug to ever hit U.S. streets.” But despite the mounting death toll, Obama officials did not take the necessary steps to confront an extraordinary crisis, experts say. Something to share: First Lady Melania Trump’s opioid town hall with Eric Bolling Workers at the Lower End of the Pay Scale Finally Are Getting the Most Benefit From Rising Wages -CNBC “The recent jump in paychecks has come with an unusual characteristic, as workers at the lower end of the pay scale are getting the greater benefit,” Jeff Cox reports. “Average hourly earnings rose 3.4 percent in February from the same period a year ago, according to a Bureau of Labor Statistics report last week. That’s the biggest gain since April 2009 and seventh month in a row that compensation has been 3 percent or better.” Toyota Ups Investment in US Plants to $13 Billion, Adds 600 Manufacturing Jobs -CNBC “Japanese automaker Toyota is upping its investment in the U.S. by 30 percent to $13 billion by 2021, the company said Thursday. The company pledged in 2017 to invest $10 billion in its U.S. factories over five years,” Robert Ferris reports. “The new plan includes adding 600 jobs at U.S. manufacturing plants.” President Trump’s Trade Policies Make Great Strides -USA Today “The U.S. trade deficit for goods hit a record high in 2018, but critics wrongly blame this on a failure of President Donald Trump’s trade policies,” White House Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro writes. “Gross domestic product growth of 3 percent in 2018, coupled with a rapid rise in real wages and the lowest unemployment in 50 years, boosted import demand even as slower growth in markets like Europe suppressed U.S. exports. The robust Trump economy is one of the deficit’s biggest drivers.” Privacy Policy | Contact the White House | Unsubscribe The White House · 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW · Washington, DC 20500 · USA · 202-456-1111

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Trump Stamps Veto on ‘Reckless’ Attempt to Stop Wall Construction
The Washington Times
“President Trump flexed his veto for the first time in his administration Friday, rejecting Congress’s attempt to end his border emergency declaration and halt border wall construction,” Stephen Dinan reports. “Surrounded by ‘angel moms’ who have lost children to illegal immigrant violence, Mr. Trump called the attempt to stop wall construction ‘reckless’ and ‘dangerous.’”State Attorneys General: Donald Trump’s National Emergency Declaration is Constitutional
USA Today
“President Donald Trump’s emergency declaration is a proper use of executive power to protect our country’s borders and keep Americans safe,” state Attorneys General Ken Paxton (R-TX), Curtis Hill (R-IN), and Jeff Landry (R-LA) write. “Unfortunately, the crisis at the southern border is one that only the federal government may truly solve.”
 
Watch: Even The Washington Post knows there is a crisis on the borderGive the Border Patrol a Break
The Washington Times
“A new report from the U.S. Border Patrol proves that only the willfully ignorant can doubt that we’re dealing with an immigration crisis,” Dr. Ed Feulner writes. “Border Patrol agents apprehended more than 66,000 migrants at the U.S.-Mexican border in February. That’s the highest total for a single month in almost a decade.” Agent Manuel Padilla says that the entire system is “overwhelmed.”
 
See Vice President Mike Pence’s visit to a border protection training facilitySpending Addiction Threatens American Economic Resurgence
-Fox News
“The president’s budget was written with the everyday American taxpayer in mind. All across the country, hardworking taxpayers have to balance their household budgets, finding ways to do more with less and save for the future. Our federal agencies and departments should be held to the same level of responsibility and accountability,” Acting Office of Management and Budget Director Russ Vought writes.The Fentanyl Failure
The Washington Post
“In May 2016, a group of national health experts issued an urgent plea in a private letter to high-level officials in the Obama administration,” Scott Higham, Sari Horwitz, and Katie Zezima report. “Thousands of people were dying from overdoses of fentanyl — the deadliest drug to ever hit U.S. streets.” But despite the mounting death toll, Obama officials did not take the necessary steps to confront an extraordinary crisis, experts say.
 
Something to share: First Lady Melania Trump’s opioid town hall with Eric BollingWorkers at the Lower End of the Pay Scale Finally Are Getting the Most Benefit From Rising Wages
-CNBC
“The recent jump in paychecks has come with an unusual characteristic, as workers at the lower end of the pay scale are getting the greater benefit,” Jeff Cox reports. “Average hourly earnings rose 3.4 percent in February from the same period a year ago, according to a Bureau of Labor Statistics report last week. That’s the biggest gain since April 2009 and seventh month in a row that compensation has been 3 percent or better.”Toyota Ups Investment in US Plants to $13 Billion, Adds 600 Manufacturing Jobs
-CNBC
“Japanese automaker Toyota is upping its investment in the U.S. by 30 percent to $13 billion by 2021, the company said Thursday. The company pledged in 2017 to invest $10 billion in its U.S. factories over five years,” Robert Ferris reports. “The new plan includes adding 600 jobs at U.S. manufacturing plants.”President Trump’s Trade Policies Make Great Strides
USA Today
“The U.S. trade deficit for goods hit a record high in 2018, but critics wrongly blame this on a failure of President Donald Trump’s trade policies,” White House Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro writes. “Gross domestic product growth of 3 percent in 2018, coupled with a rapid rise in real wages and the lowest unemployment in 50 years, boosted import demand even as slower growth in markets like Europe suppressed U.S. exports. The robust Trump economy is one of the deficit’s biggest drivers.”

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