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From: USA Politics Today
LIVING IN HELL’: President Trump Says Baltimore Residents ‘Appreciate’ His Calls to Clean-Up Corruption #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #USAPoliticsToday #Trump2020
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From: CNBC
Top States For Business: Montana #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #CNBC #TRUMP2020
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From: WASHINGTON EXAMINER
AOC's Green New Deal would boost gas tax $10-$13, 'destroy economy' #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #WashingtonExaminer #TRUMP2020
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From: Forbes
Trump's Leaner White House 2019 Payroll Has Already Saved Taxpayers $20 Million #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Trump2020 #Forbes
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From: Fox News
Los Angeles business owners put up fences, thorny plants to deter homeless: report #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #FoxNews #TRUMP2020
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From: REUTERS
Exclusive: U.S. clears SoftBank's $2.25 billion investment in... #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Reuters #TRUMP2020
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From: Western Journal
Indiana is working overtime to abuse civil asset forfeiture seemingly in an effort to pad its budget. Apparently, even the smallest of crimes — such as driving a few miles per hour over the speed limit — can cost the average resident a lot more than he or she expected or thought was possible. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance. #WesternJournal #TRUMP2020
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From: Fox Business
Washington town where Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates live is having a budget crisis #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #FoxBusiness‬. #TRUMP2020
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From: NBC News
President Donald Trump on Wednesday awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom to economist Arthur Laffer, whose theories on tax cuts have guided Republican policy since the 1980s. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #NBCNEWS
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From: CNN Business
‪Almost half of US families can't afford basics like rent and food (Some states tax benefits as well as some give very little sometimes less than 50 dollars). #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #CNNMoney‬ #Trump2020
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From: usatoday
Seniors were sold a risk-free retirement with reverse mortgages. Now they face foreclosure.Urban African American neighborhoods are hardest hit as nearly 100,000 loans have failed. (People taking advantage of them) #AmericanFreedomPRessAlliance #USATODAY
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From: CNBC
Stock market’s value under Trump has grown by $6.9 trillion to $30.6 trillion #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Trump2020 #CNBC
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From: Forbes
Trump's Policy "Magic Wand" Boosts Manufacturing Jobs 399% In First 26 Months Over Obama's Last 26 #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Forbes
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From: CBS NEWS
Hawaii's homeless problem reaches crisis level #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #CBSNEWS
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From: California Globe
Every major city in California is spending tens of millions or more on programs for the homeless #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #CaliforniaGlobe
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From: FoxBusiness‬
First-time homebuyers encounter obstacles as prices rise quicker than incomes, analysis finds #AmerianFreedomPressAlliance #FoxBusiness‬
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From: USATODAY
Target "has been able to manage through last year's tariffs with minimal impact, and we have plans in place to mitigate the impact of additional tariffs already scheduled for next month," said CEO Brian Cornell. "As always, we remain focused on being priced competitively every day, delivering value for our guests while judiciously managing our margins.Brian Yarbrough, senior research analyst at the investment firm Edward Jones, isn't convinced Target is as insulated as it's presenting itself to be. He said he'd "be shocked if there's a way to pull that off" and compared Target to Walmart, which last week warned that it may have to raise prices if the next wave of tariffs comes to be. #AMericanFreedoMPressAlliance #USATODAY
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From: AP
American Airlines is accusing its mechanics and their unions of conducting an illegal work slowdown to gain leverage in contract talks, and the airline is asking a federal judge to stop the activity.Samuelsen said American is pushing to perform more maintenance work outside the U.S., which he said could threaten the jobs of 6,000 mechanics. (Will this compromise safety?)He said workers were willing to strike over the outsourcing plan. By federal law, airline workers can’t legally strike until a mediator declares an impasse in negotiations.The conflict is similar to one between Southwest Airlines and its mechanics, who are represented by the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association. The airline sued union officials over an alleged illegal slowdown in that case too. (Union and SW came to an agreement in that case) #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #AP
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From: The Hill
Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) said in an interview that aired Wednesday on “Rising” that Trump administration sanctions on companies like the Chinese telecom giant Huawei are reasonable, citing national security purposes. “I do think Huawei has dangerous implementation of technology where there’s a risk of spying, there’s a risk of the Chinese government subsidizing them,” Khanna told Hill.TV’s Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti.“While I don’t support the president’s broader trade war of tariffs, I think having targeted sanctions on a company like Huawei to ensure that our security isn’t compromised is reasonable,” he continued. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #TheHill
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From: CBSPolitics‬
Americans feel good about economy and give Trump credit - CBS News poll #AmericanFreedomPressALliance #CBSPolitics‬
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From: Reuters
Unlike millions of other U.S. farmers, garlic growers are profiting from the trade war with China and have cheered President Donald Trump’s latest economic attack accordingly.Sales of California-grown garlic are now increasing after decades of losing ground to cheaper Chinese imports. Sales are poised to get even better as Chinese garlic faces even higher tariffs, with no end to the trade war in sight.While many farmers are suffering through the trade war because they relied heavily on imports to China, U.S. garlic growers benefit because they rely overwhelmingly on domestic sales.Tariffs on Chinese garlic increased from 10 to 25 percent on May 9, when the U.S. hiked tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods and dashed hopes that a U.S.-China trade deal could come soon. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Reuters
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From: Business Insider‬
US and Chinese consumers are 'unequivocally the losers' of trade war tariffs — here are the unexpected winners #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #BusinessInsider‬
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From: CBS News
How the Danske Bank money-laundering scheme involving $230 billion unraveled #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #60MINTUES #CBSNEWS
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From: Reuters
European stocks slipped on Monday as concerns about an escalating fallout from a U.S. crackdown on China’s Huawei Technologies offset a slightly more positive tone on trade. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Reuters
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From: TheHIll
The United States Postal Service (USPS) will run out of cash in five years. Postmaster General Megan Brennan shared this news in testimony before the House Oversight and Reform Committee earlier this month.
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From: FoxNews‬
Rural America still struggling for access to high-speed internet service (same with cell service with dead spots) #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #FoxNews‬
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From: FoxBusiness
Rep. John Garamendi, D-Calif., said the U.S. has another big problem on its hands when it comes to China Opens a New Window. : control of the rail system. Opens a New Window.“The Chinese rail company CRRC is establishing itself in America. It's already wiped out the Australian rail industry Opens a New Window. . They could very easily do it in America,” he told FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo Opens a New Window. on Friday. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #FoxBusiness
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From: USAToday
President Donald Trump will suspend tariffs on steel and aluminum that were imposed on Canada and Mexico a year ago in an effort to gain leverage in broader trade negotiations, the White House said Friday. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #USAToday
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From: Jerusalem Post
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday that could prevent Chinese companies from building 5G networks in the US.
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From: AmericanThinker
President Trump has export blacklisting the exclusion of China’s giant Huawei Technologies Co Ltd from about 60 percent of the world’s potential market for 5G gear.China’s last-minute walk away from an agreed upon Trade War truce caused President Trump to first slap China with increased tariffs, and then go for a jugular by declaring a “national emergency” that directs the U.S. Commerce Department to place Huawei and 70 affiliates on its “Entity List” that bans the telecom giant from buying components and software from U.S. companies without prior U.S. approval. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #AmericanThinker
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From: USAToday
President Donald Trump will suspend tariffs on steel and aluminum that were imposed on Canada and Mexico a year ago in an effort to gain leverage in broader trade negotiations, the White House said Friday. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #USAToday
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From: SPUTNIKNEWS
The trade dispute between the two countries has been escalating for over a year, as both China and the US have repeatedly slapped billions of dollars' worth of retaliatory tariffs on each other. (are they trying to wait it out hoping that a democrat is elected in next election) #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #SPUTNIKNEWS
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From: Associated Press
China’s intensified tariff war with the Trump administration is threatening Beijing’s ambition to transform itself into the dominant player in global technology.The United States is a vital customer and source of technology for Chinese makers of electronics, medical equipment and other high-tech exports — industries that the ruling Communist Party sees as the heart of its economic future.Yet to the Trump administration, they’re a threat to America’s industrial leadership.Beijing managed to keep Chinese economic growth steady in the most recent quarter despite a drop in exports to the United States. It did so by boosting government spending and bank lending. But China’s technology exporters suffered huge sales drops of up to 40 percent, which ate into profits that pay for technology research. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #AP
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From: Reuters
U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday warned Beijing not to retaliate in an escalating trade dispute after China said it “will never surrender to external pressure.” #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Reuters
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From: Reuters
U.S. consumer prices rose moderately in April and underlying inflation remained muted, supporting the Federal Reserve’s projection of no further interest rates increases this year. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Reuters
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From: Reuters
Germany hopes that an escalation of the trade dispute between the United States and China can be avoided, Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said on Monday, adding that all parties should be careful with implementing unilateral decisions.U.S. President Donald Trump has threatened to ratchet up tariffs on $200 billion worth of imports from China, escalating the dispute marked by tit-for-tat duties between Washington and Beijing as ongoing talks were set to continue this week. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Reuters
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From: USATODAY
Every county in America is home to people who don't have enough money to buy healthy food. That's what a new study by Feeding America, a Chicago-based national network of 200 food banks. #AmericanFreedomPRessAlliance #USATODAY
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From: ASSOCIATED PRESS
When Fiat Chrysler began considering where to build its next assembly plant, the automaker didn’t have to look far to find land.A short walk from its Jefferson North plant on Detroit’s east side is 200 acres (80 hectares) of land the company is eyeing as part of a $1.6 billion investment to convert its Mack Avenue Engine Complex into a new facility. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #AP
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From: Western Journal
Hiring jumped in April as U.S. employers added 263,000 jobs, a strong gain that suggests businesses have shrugged off concerns the economy may slow this year. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #WesternJournal #Jobs #Economy
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From: US News and World Report
Companies Lure Workers With (Nearly) Free College Tuition
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