Editor’s Note: Everyone’s got an opinion, but who has the facts? At LibertyNation.com, we like to say, “Truth is Making a Comeback because Facts Matter.” So, each week, our editorial staff combs through the noise to bring you the highlights of what the president did and said.
November 10 – Sunday was the 244th birthday of the U.S. Marines. “Since 1775, Marines have been known for always being faithful in their duty to defend our country and Constitution and for striking fear in the hearts of America’s adversaries,” the president declared. “From their inception at Tun Tavern in Philadelphia, Marines have fought in ‘every clime and place’ without ever losing their nerve.”
November 11 – Donald Trump spoke for the entire nation as he addressed the New York City Veterans Day Parade. “To every veteran here with us, to the thousands preparing to march on 5th Avenue – it’ll really be something – and to the 18 million veterans across our country: The First Lady and I have come to express the everlasting love and loyalty of 327 million Americans.”
November 12 – President Trump took the chance at the Economic Club of New York to remind folks of the failed predictions of the previous years. “In 2016, the Department of Labor predicted that Americans would continue dropping out of the workforce,” he said. “They predicted and projected a decade of sluggish growth, and they expected unemployment over 5% – and, really 6, 7, and even, in some cases, 8% – for many years to come.”
“I refused to accept that Americans had to lower their expectations or give up on their dreams,” he continued. “America is the single greatest country in the world, and I knew that working together we could make it even greater.”
November 13 – In a joint press conference with Turkey President Erdogan, President Trump called Turkey “a great NATO Ally.” “Our economic relationship has tremendous potential and continues to expand and to grow,” he averred. Trump then thanked President Erdogan for his “partnership and cooperation as we work to build a more stable, and peaceful, and prosperous Middle East.”
November 14 – On Thursday, the president announced his intent to appoint Shannon Blunt of Missouri and Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska of Ohio to the President’s Council on Science and Technology and Ricardo St. Hilaire of New Hampshire and Anthony Carroll Wisniewski of Maryland to the Cultural Property Advisory Committee.
November 15 – “Every child in America deserves equal access to an education that meets their individual needs and prepares them for success,” President Trump said during his proclamation on American Education Week. For that reason, he explained that the American education system should “inspire students to become lifelong learners, and it should preserve the rights of parents to play an active role in educating their children, facilitate dynamic teaching styles that fit individual students, and free students to pursue their passions.”
Tune in to LibertyNation.com next Sunday for the next installment of “The Trump Report: Just the Facts.”