President Donald J. Trump is launching infrastructure week today with thesigning of legislative principles calling for the separation of Air Traffic Control from the FAA. This action will improve safety, modernize flight technology, and encourage new technologies in aviation. President Trump has dedicated this week to addressing America's crumbling infrastructure.
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Ford's Theatre | June 4, 2017 (Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)
WHITE HOUSE UPDATES
Obamacare continues to fail Americans: Average individual health insurance premiums have more than doubled since Obamacare was implemented.
Last Friday, President Trump signed two bills into law to support our Nation's heroes: the Public Safety Officers’ Benefits Improvement Act of 2017 and the American Law Enforcement Heroes Act of 2017.
spoke with Prime Minister Theresa May of the United Kingdom to offer his condolences for the brutal terror attacks on June 3 in central London. He praised the heroic response of police and other first responders and offered the full support of the United States Government in investigating and bringing those responsible for these heinous acts to justice., President Trump
Yesterday, President Trump and the First Lady hosted the Ford’s Theatre pre-Gala reception at the White House and attended a variety show hosted by Larry Gatlin at Ford's Theatre.
WHAT WE ARE READING
"Rural areas would get federal dollars to rebuild roads, bridges and other infrastructure projects under a plan President Donald Trump will announce..."
"What the nation won’t do, thanks to the president, is devastate its own economy against the public’s wishes in order to satisfy the global elite. Count this as a major Trump promise kept." - The New York Post
"The entire Paris agreement was a largely meaningless piece of public relations stagecraft, designed for world leaders to give the illusion that they are doing something about climate change...President Trump was right to remove the United States from this non-treaty." - New Hampshire Union Leader
“Nearly 100,000 Nebraskans apparently will have only one choice for individual health insurance next year. Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts said Blue Cross’s decision “demonstrates the failure of Obamacare and how the system was so poorly designed that great companies like Blue Cross Blue Shield can’t stay in the marketplace. It highlights that Congress needs to act to make the health care system sustainable.” -The Omaha World-Herald