News Roundup! Foreman Mike, Moving Out of D.C., Poland, Nunes & Meadows, China Is Hurting Real Bad, Black Approval, Immigration Polling In Battleground States…..

Foreman Mike’s update from earlier today.

I love the fact that Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue, is moving some of his offices from D.C. to the heartland of our country. Many of the snowflakes that work there will decide to retire or move on. Real Patriots will take those positions.

Yesterday our President hosted the President of Poland, Andrzej Duda. One of the agreements that came out of the visit is setting the groundwork for our troops based in Germany to eventually move to Poland where they will be welcomed as HEROES. The Russians are not going to be happy.

From the article linked above:

President Trump on Wednesday said Poland has agreed to base about 1,000 U.S. troops on its soil, further solidifying the American-Polish relationship in the face of Russian mischief in Eastern Europe.

Polish President Andrzej Duda said the final number of U.S. troops in his country will be decided by Mr. Trump, who earlier suggested up to 2,000.

American taxpayers will not pay a dime for the infrastructure needed to house and support the soldiers, Mr. Trump said.

The Polish government will pay for this,” he said in a joint press conference with Mr. Duda in the White House Rose Garden.

Mr. Trump suggested that the troops would be transferred from foreign bases such as those in Germany rather than from the U.S. The president said he was not trying to punish Germany, though he chided its leaders for purchasing natural gas from Poland’s neighbor, Russia.

“I just will tell you, very strongly, I think Germany is making a tremendous mistake by relying so heavily on the pipeline,” Mr. Trump said.

Our President and FLOTUS hosted a reception for Poland’s President, Andrzej Duda and his wife Agata Kornhauser-Duda.  The reception included dignitaries, politicians, business leaders and friends from the Polish-American community.

You can find the transcript below. I will highlight some important information.

From the transcript above:

PDJT: And I’ve just also spent a lot of time having some very productive meetings. Good for Poland and good for the United States. The alliance between the United States and Poland is stronger than ever before.

On my trip to Poland two summers ago — and I will never forget it — I was deeply moved to speak at the Monument to the Warsaw Uprising. Many of you remember that scene. The people went 10 blocks long. It was like spokes on wheel and it went deep, deep. And there were — I guess, I’ve never seen anything like it.

President Duda: We have filled the declaration on strategic partnership with political, economic, energy, and security content. In all these areas, our cooperation has been dependent — benefiting both Poland and the United States.

These are not words; these are concrete effects. Our mutual relations have been deepened and strengthened through our reverence to assured values, which are the pillars of the transatlantic community.

Things are beginning to really heat up for the Good Guys!

Rep. Devin Nunes appears with judiciary committee member Mark Meadows to discuss the HPSCI hearing. The also touch on corruption within the DOJ/FBI, and the NYT story about AG Bill Barr questioning the CIA construct of the 2017 Intelligence Community Assessment.

From the article linked above:

Clapper has also admitted he broke with tradition and didn’t put out the assessment to all 17 US intelligence agencies for review. (The New York Times and other media have parroted Clinton in falsely stating the ICA was the “unanimous” conclusion of “all 17 agencies.”)

Instead, he says he limited input to a couple dozen “handpicked” analysts from three agencies — the CIA, NSA and FBI — and that the report was drafted under the supervision of his office. All three agencies agreed Putin hacked and leaked Clinton’s emails to “help Trump’s chances of victory” — though the NSA, which captures Russian signals, expressed only “moderate confidence” in the conclusion.

The Defense Intelligence Agency, Homeland Security, State Department’s intelligence bureau and other agencies with relevant expertise on Russia were excluded, in violation of normal rules for drafting such assessments. And in another departure from custom, the report is missing any dissenting views or an annex with evaluations of the conclusions from outside reviewers.

US intel veterans suspect the administration “manipulated” the process to reach a “predetermined political conclusion” in order to delegitimize Trump.

China is in serious trouble. Not only are companies leaving, the price for fruits and vegetables have gone up. That is a dangerous predicament to be in when you have 1.4 billion people living in China.

From the article linked above:

China’s factory inflation slowed in May as faltering manufacturing hit demand, reinforcing worries about cooling growth in the world’s second-largest economy, while a surge in food prices could add to consumer grievances about living costs.

In contrast to the softer upstream prices, consumer inflation accelerated, driven by soaring food prices, which rose at their fastest pace in seven years, as bad weather hit fruit production, and African swine fever wiped out pork supply.

The headline jump was driven by a 7.7 percent year-on-year increase in the food price index, the fastest pace since January 2010 and higher than April’s reading of 6.1 percent.

Fresh fruit prices soared 26.7 percent in May from a year earlier and hovered around historical highs, according to NBS, after bad weather hit major producing regions, while the escalating China-U.S. trade war made it difficult for fruit traders to find alternatives to fill the shortage.

From the article linked above:

China reported the worst-ever monthly sales drop in the world’s largest vehicle market on June 12, exacerbating concerns over the country’s economic slowdown and growing impact of an ongoing trade war with the United States.

Sales tumbled 16.4 percent in May from the same month a year prior, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) said. That marked the 11th consecutive month of decline and followed falls of 14.6 percent in April and 5.2 percent in March.

Our President continues to range between 16% – 18% approval with Blacks. Keep in mind that he only got 8% of the Black vote in 2016 and still won.

This tells you why you should never pay attention to any poll that says our President will lose to the Democrat candidate in 2020. Immigration is in the top 3 categories for voters going into 2020. Look at these numbers.

From the article linked above:

Voters in several battleground states key to winning the 2020 election widely support President Trump’s newly unveiled immigration proposal spearheaded by chief adviser Jared Kushner.

What’s more, voters in seven states targeted by liberal Democrats said in a new survey that they will support the candidate who agrees with the Trump-Kushner plan to build the wall, crackdown on false asylum claims, chose skilled over unskilled immigrants and end “chain migration.”

The Zogby Analytics surveys conducted for the Federation for American Immigration Reform are the latest to show that immigration, and the crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border, has become the leading issue in the early stages of the 2020 election. FAIR said that the White House plans are “overwhelmingly supported” by voters in the battleground states.

And they show that voters are in agreement with Trump’s plan to demand that Congress take action to tighten up immigration regulations, including wider use of E-Verify to check the legal status of potential workers.

I absolutely LOVE all this WINNING!

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