White House weekly update
In an effort to keep you fully informed and now fully engaged, while armed with the truth, in the effort to: “Make America Great Again,” and to return the American culture to its firm Judaeo-Christian foundation
A weekly email of highlights for–and requests for action from–the conservative world
-15 June 2017, DHS Secretary John Kelly, after consulting with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, signed a memo rescinding the November 20, 2014 memo that created the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (“DAPA”) program. The rescinded policy also provided expanded work authorization for recipients under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”) program for three years (versus two years). This policy has also now been rescinded. Learn more here:
Press Release and Q&A
–16 June 2017, President Trump announced in Miami a revision of the U.S. policy toward Cuba to better promote liberty in Cuba. Read more here:
–14 June 2017, President Trump signed an executive order to encourage private-sector apprenticeship. Learn more here:
–12 June2017, the Administration highlighted an announcement from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) about the most recent enrollment data under Obamacare. The report was not good for supporters of the law–and further demonstrated that Obamacare is inflicting significant harm on millions of Americans nationwide. See here for details:
- We would be most grateful for any public communications supporting the DAPA/DACA, Cuba, and apprenticeship items above.
- As part of the Administration’s continued push for enactment of the American Health Care Act (H.R. 1628), so that Obamacare can soon be repealed and replaced, please highlight the report above and how Obamacare is crumbling. President Trump has called for the Senate to pass this bill in June, so that a final version could reach his desk for signature in July.
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to be an exhaustive list of all relevant items.
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Brothers and sisters, let us stand strong to our oath! We can no longer sit back and bitch ‘n moan. We must realize, Americas future rests on our shoulders. President Trump is fighting to make America great again, but he cannot do it alone – we must stand strong and fight for and support him.
Please, let us not sit back and watch Americas exceptionalism fade into history – and then try to place the blame on him when in fact, it will be us who has failed him, our Constitution, our fallen brothers and sisters, and each other.