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November 25 – “We have a responsibility to honor the dignity of God’s creation,” President Trump said as he prepared to sign the new animal cruelty bill into law. “With today’s act, we take the critical step toward being more responsible and humane stewards of our planet and all who we want to cherish and take care of, and all of those who live on it.”
November 26 – The president pardoned two turkeys — named Bread and Butter — Tuesday in keeping with the Thanksgiving tradition. “Thankfully, Bread and Butter have been specially raised by the Jacksons to remain calm under any condition, which will be very important because they’ve already received subpoenas to appear in Adam Schiff’s basement on Thursday,” Trump joked. “It’s true. Hundreds of people have. It seems the Democrats are accusing me of being too soft on turkey.”
“In any event, I expect this pardon will be a very popular one with the media,” he continued. “After all, turkeys are closely related to vultures. I don’t know if I like that line, but there is a little truth to it.”
November 27 – “Our Nation unites on World AIDS Day to show support for people living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS),” President Trump said in a statement Wednesday. “We also pause to solemnly remember those worldwide who have lost their lives to HIV and AIDS-related illnesses. As we mourn this tragic loss of life, we acknowledge the remarkable advancements in medical care, treatment, acceptance, and understanding surrounding the virus. While admirable progress has been made, it is not enough, and we must continue to work toward a vaccine and a cure. Today, we reaffirm our commitment to control this disease as a public health threat and end its devastating impact on families and communities worldwide.”
November 28 – President Trump and a handful of others flew in secret to Afghanistan to surprise American troops for Thanksgiving. Trump met briefly with the president of Afghanistan, then the two addressed the troops and thanked them for their service. Trump told the soldiers, “there’s nowhere I’d rather celebrate this Thanksgiving than right here with the toughest, strongest, best, and bravest warriors on the face of the Earth. You are indeed that.”
November 30 – Former prime minister of Japan, Yasuhiro Nakasone, passed away Friday. President Trump quoted former President Ronald Reagan Saturday, calling Nakasone “a friend, a wise colleague, and the leader of America’s most important partner and ally in the Pacific.” “The former Prime Minister’s efforts to strengthen the United States-Japan alliance and his commitment to expanding democratic governance in Asia laid the foundation for the global partnership between the United States and Japan,” the president said, “which is a cornerstone of peace, prosperity, and freedom in the Indo-Pacific region and across the world.
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