Weekly Message on President Trump

President Trump Meets with Kim Jong Un 

  • Once again, President Trump is leading on the world stage. President Trump became the first sitting U.S. President to enter North Korea, as he held a historic meeting with Kim Jong Un at the DMZ.
    • As the President said, the meeting with Kim Jong Un was positive and a good step for the world that the two leaders met again.
    • As a result of the meeting, both nations will designate a team of representatives to see if more progress can be made to achieving a deal.
    • The meeting is something members of all parties should support.
  • There is no question that President Trump has made more progress on deescalating tensions with North Korea over the last year than any previous Administration.
    • By the time President Obama left office, North Korea was considered the preeminent threat to the United States.
    • During the Obama Administration’s policy of strategic patience, North Korea conducted more than 70 missile tests. (Source)
  • Continual pressure from President has brought North Korea to the negotiating table once again.
    • Under the Trump Administration, the United States has implemented extensive sanctions on North Korea resulting in more than 80% of North Korea being sanctioned today. (Source)
    • The Trump Administration has worked with our allies in the United Nations Security Council to pass four security council resolutions regarding North Korea, furthering isolating the country and increasing pressure on the regime to denuclearize. (Source)
    • The Trump Administration’s has negotiated tirelessly to free American citizens held in North Korea and has negotiated the release of Americans Kim Dong-Chul, Kim Hak-Song, Kim Sang-Duk and Otto Warmbier. (Source)
  • The Trump Administration remains committed to achieving an enduring peace for the United States, the Korean Peninsula, and the world.
  • Complete, verifiable, and irreversible denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula remains the ultimate goal.
Democrat Primary Debate in Miami

  • Last week, voters saw 2020 Democrats endorse an extreme agenda that includes:
    • Government-run healthcare system that would kick close to 200 million people off their private insurance.
    • Support for open borders – not one Democrat on the stage said it is a crime to cross the border illegally.
    • Support for the disastrous Iran Nuclear Agreement that gave the largest state sponsor of terror $1.7 billion in cash.
    • No protections for human life.
  • There’s no question, 2020 Democrats have offered proposals that are completely out of touch and would mean a massive tax increase on hardworking Americans.
    • Bernie Sanders and his ideas that were considered “fringe” are now the mainstream of the party.
  • As 2020 Democrats move to the extreme left, President Trump continues to achieve monumental results for the American people.
  • On November 3, 2020, voters will have a clear choice and will remember that President Trump has delivered a record of results that have improved the lives of all Americans.
President Trump Is Taking Unprecedented Steps To Stop the Border Crisis

  • President Trump has taken unprecedented steps to stop the crisis at the border.
    • The President is following through on his promise to build the border wall and it’s expected 400 miles will be finished by the end of next year.
    • The President got Mexico to step up and help stop the crisis at the border by using the threat of tariffs.
  • The President is achieving all of this in the face of unprecedented obstruction from Nancy Pelosi and Democrats in Congress.
    • It’s time Democrats work to close dangerous loopholes such as “catch and release” that are driving this crisis.
  • We are facing an unprecedented crisis at our southern border. Figures from Customs and Border Protection (CBP) highlight the growing crisis at the border.
    • In May, 144,278 migrants were apprehended or deemed inadmissible at the border – a 32% increase from April.
      • There have been 3 straight months with more than 100,000 migrants apprehended or deemed inadmissible at the border.
    • This Fiscal Year (FY), more than 675,000 migrants have been apprehended or deemed inadmissible at the border. This is double the number during the same period last year.
      • In May, more than 132,000 migrants were apprehended at the border alone – a 229% jump from May 2018.
    • This FY, more than 600,000 migrants were apprehended at the border – the largest figure in at least 10 years. We are on pace to apprehend at least 1,000,000 migrants this fiscal year.
    • In FY2019 to date, the U.S. Border Patrol and Office of Field Operations has encountered more than 11,000 criminal aliens attempting to cross the border.
    • This FY, Border Patrol has seized a combined 395,000 pounds of drugs.
  • As the President takes unprecedented steps to stop the border crisis, 2020 Democrats are continuing advocate for tearing down existing border wall, abolishing ICE, and supporting sanctuary cities.

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