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Time To Review
How many times have you cringed when you were reminded by friends or the media that President Trump said there were "very fine people on both sides" during the 2017 neo-Nazi riot in Charlottesville, Virginia? 

America First
President Trump has taken several actions in recent days that highlight his "America First" leadership.  Here's a quick rundown: 

Trump's First Veto
President Trump was up early today and tweeting up a storm.  The president was making the case for his national emergency declaration at the southern border and urging Senate Republicans to stand with him in opposition to the Democrats' resolution of disapproval. 

Victory For Life
Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion business, suffered a big legal defeat yesterday in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. 

Democrat Divisions
How in the world did we get to the point where it is now a political crisis in the Democrat Party to simply condemn anti-Semitism on the left?  But that's exactly what's happening.

Trump's Reykjavik
We awoke this morning to the news that no deal was reached at the Hanoi Summit.  During a press conference that took place around 2:00 AM ET, President Trump explained what happened:  The issue was denuclearization, which is why we are having these talks. 

Cheering For America
I got up this morning and, like millions of other Americans, I turned on the news to see if there were any signs of progress in the negotiations between President Trump and Kim Jong-un. 

Fighting For Truth & Justice
Growing up I used to watch Superman.  One of the opening lines of the show was that Superman was always fighting for truth, justice and the American way.  Is that quaint?  Well, maybe not.

What The Resistance Hath Wrought
Several headlines today got me thinking about what we are reaping because the left and its deep state allies could not accept the results of a presidential election. 

Trump Is Right
If you want a good example of fake news, the hysteria over President Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the border is it. 
You are being told by a media mob that the president has made himself a dictator, that he is using powers he does not have.  Senate Democrat Leader Chuck Schumer called Trump's decision "lawless." 
Here are the facts: 

BREAKING NEWS:  Trump To Declare Border Emergency
Moments ago, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders delivered the following statement:

Not A Done Deal
Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC), chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, talked to Fox & Friends this morning about the border security deal that was announced late Monday night. 
While most reporting indicates that the president is likely to accept the deal, if only to avoid another government shutdown, Rep. Meadows expressed his frustration with the process and urged Trump to be very cautious. 

"Extremely Unhappy"
Details about last night's border security deal are slowly leaking out.  It appears that House and Senate negotiators agreed to $1.4 billion for an additional 55 miles of border barriers, while funding for detention beds essentially remains at current levels. 
Speaking to reporters at the White House this afternoon, President Trump said this:

Trump Up
The American people clearly liked what they heard in last week's State of the Union address.  President Trump's approval rating has surged to 52%.  That's up seven points over the past week, and his highest approval rating in nearly two years.

Collusion Delusion
Senator Richard Burr, chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said yesterday that after two years of investigation and testimony from more than 200 witnesses, his committee has found no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Just in case you missed it on the evening news, Burr said: