Trump visits site of riots in Kenosha, promises to help businesses rebuild
President Trump on Tuesday got an up-close look at the damage caused by recent riots and looting in Kenosha, Wis. -- touring property damaged by the violence, blasting "anti-American" riots and promising to help devastated businesses rebuild.
President Trump on Thursday went off on Nancy Pelosi’s claims that she was “set up” at a San Francisco hair salon — as his press secretary laced into the House speaker while repeatedly playing the video that kicked off the fiasco.
Iran’s stockpile of low enriched uranium is more than ten times over the limit set by the Iran deal, according to a quarter reports by the International Atomic Energy Agency released Friday.
Serbia announced Friday that it would move its embassy to Jerusalem, while Muslim majority Kosovo is to recognize Israel. The moves come as part of US-brokered discussions to normalize economic ties between Belgrade and Pristina.
On the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, President Trump plans to award the Medal of Honor to U.S. Army Sgt. Major Thomas Payne for conspicuous gallantry for his role in leading a dangerous nighttime raid in Iraq that freed 75 hostages.
Thank you, Bryan, for submitting Arthur "Bunky" Woods to be featured as Secure America Now's Veteran of the Week!
"Arthur Woods or as we know him Bunky was an ARMY Ranger. He served for 7 years, until he was shot and paralyzed in Iraq. Bunky didn’t let it slow him down. Learning new languages, and a smile on his face whenever I saw him. He doesn’t think of himself as a hero, but is a true inspiration to anyone who knows him. I met Bunky through his father, while doing some work at his house. When you talk to him, you feel as if you’ve known him forever. Not just a likable guy, a true genuine person. Who I am honored to call a friend!"
Thank you, Arthur, for your service!
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