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Weekly Security Digest - March 3

 

 

Trump hits back at criticism that he gave Kim Jong Un a pass for Otto Warmbier's death

President Donald Trump on Friday defended himself against criticism that he gave North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a pass for the death of American student Otto Warmbier — including from Warmbier's parents — saying "of course" he holds the regime responsible.


Eliot Engel rips Ilhan Omar for ‘vile anti-Semitic slur’

Omar on Wednesday suggested that lawmakers and activists who support Israel hold “allegiance to a foreign country” — her latest inflammatory statement about Jewish people and Israel.

Israel condemns UN Report on Gaza protests, says Human Rights Council 'blinded by hatred'

The United Nations Human Rights Council has once again taken Israel to task over its reaction to guarding its Gaza border against the continuous threat of infiltration and attack by Palestinian protesters.


Democrats block Trump's border emergency, but their actions are our actual national emergency

Here is where the lethal erosion of societal norms stemming from the left’s misguided policies regarding our border, immigration and sanctuary city policy is revealed.


ICYMI: Bernie Sanders Refused To Call Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro A Dictator

He’s a darling of the far left and as such, cannot be bothered with slamming Venezuela’s socialist dictator Nicolas Maduro, the successor to the late Hugo Chavez.

 


Hugh Bryan is the latest veteran to be featured in Secure America Now's veteran recognition program: Home of the Free - Because of the Brave. 

"Hundreds gathered at Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery on Wednesday to say farewell to unaccompanied veteran Hugh Bryan. Bryan served in the U.S. Army for six years." KILLEEN, Texas (KWKT/KYLE)



Thank you, Hugh, for your service. Click the link to submit your own veteran to be featured! https://www.secureamericanow.org/submit_a_veteran



President Trump just performed one of the most important features of tough negotiating: he demonstrated a willingness to walk away."

Read more from SAN Advisory Board Member Christian Whiton here: https://bit.ly/2tJ8K2G