Week 41: President Donald J. Trump in the Oval Office
RESILIENCE AND COURAGE
In the aftermath of Tuesday’s terrorist attack in New York City, our thoughts and prayers are with all of the victims and their families. I
Immediately after the attack, President Trump committed his full support to the New York City Police Department.
The NYPD was proudly represented by the first responders who stopped the terrorist and rendered immediate aid to the victims.
While we mourn the lost lives from this attack, and the details are still under review, it is a harsh reminder that we must never admit foreign nationals to the United States who pose a terrorist threat to our nation. President Trump’s immigration policies put Americans first and should be fully implemented as soon as possible to help prevent similar attacks in the future and save lives.
PRESIDENT TRUMP WILL FIX IT
Democrats in Washington claim that the effort to repeal and replace Obamacare is dead, but they don’t understand President Trump.
While the nations’ economy is starting to improve under the President’s leadership, and tax cuts are just around the corner, our President will not rest until he provides relief from skyrocketing premiums for hardworking American families.
This week we released a new campaign ad to remind people that the President is fully committed to repealing and replacing Obamacare.
Our new ad sends a clear message to the Democrats: end the obstruction and work with our President.
That’s what the American people expect and deserve. You can view our new ad by visiting the video section of our Facebook page.
STRENGTH AND PATRIOTISM
On Monday, President Trump awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor to retired Army Captain, Gary Michael Rose.
From September 11 through September 14, 1970, Captain Rose repeatedly ran into enemy fire to provide critical medical aid to his partners, using his own body on one occasion to shield a wounded American from harm. “[Y]our will to endure, your love for your fellow soldier, your devotion to your country inspires us all,” the President said.
“Nations are formed out of the strength and patriotism that lives in the hearts of our heroes.”