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"TRUMP RETURNS U.S. TO REALPOLITIK IN WORLD AFFAIRS"Mail magazine from the White House 2017-09-19 "The Return of American Foreign Policy to Realpolitik"  

Mail magazine from the White House 2017-09-19

"The Return of American Foreign Policy to Realpolitik"



- Gerald F. Seib, Wall Street Journal

Gerald Seib of The Wall Street Journal writes on President Trump’s first address to the 72nd United Nation General Assembly, calling it “the return of American foreign policy to realpolitik,” as he remarks on the President’s “refreshing” bluntness when speaking about engaging with the world “in pursuit of American interests.” Sieb states the President delivered “the most important and most revealing speech of his young presidency,” with his declaration to defend the U.S. against North Korea’s nuclear weapons and his devotion to encouraging sovereignty and responsibility in all nations. As a result of the broader strokes of American ideals and leadership entwined with more direct messages to American foes, President Trump’s address was more of two speeches back-to-back that offered the best and most concise summary of his approach to world politics: “We are guided by outcomes, not ideology,” Sieb observes.
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On tax reform, Luke Messer of The Indianapolis Star writes “President Trump is right. American workers need a raise.” Messer states the President’s tax plan “will help create jobs and increase wages” and “delivers the lowest tax rates in modern history for American job creators of all sizes.” Not only will the tax cuts restore confidence in the American worker, but they have “the potential to launch our country into a new era of economic growth,” Messer concludes.


Regarding health care, The New York Times’ Lanhee Chen and Micah Weinberg comments that “single-payer healthcare, including the proposal advanced by Senator Sanders, is the wrong choice for the country.” According to Dr. Chen and Dr. Wienberg, “a vanishingly small number” of countries actually have single-payer health care systems, and those that do have “failed to control rising health care costs.” They conclude by saying “if the Sanders plan sounds too good to be true, it probably is.”


In regulation reform news, Paul Bedard of The Washington Examiner reports the Trump administration’s “one in, two out” plan for cutting Obama-era regulations has successfully saved $645 million, and has “another $600 million in savings on the way.” This achievement fulfills “one of the president’s key campaign promises” and is a result of cuts made through the Congressional Review Act and Executive Order 13,771, Bedard writes.


And on the Graham-Cassidy bill, CNN’s Deirdre Walsh writes House Speaker Paul Ryan called the proposal “our best, last chance to get repeal and replace done,” and was encouraging the Senate to vote for the plan. Ryan further said the bill was “a far greater improvement over the status quo,” Walsh states, and that he would bring the bill immediately to the House floor if it passed the Senate.





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ニューヨーク・タイムズ紙のLanhee ChenMicah Weinbergは、サンダーズ上院議員の提案を含む単身者医療は、間違った選択であると述べている。Chen博士とWienberg博士によると、国民の数が衰えているにもかかわらず、実際には単身者の医療制度があり、「医療費の上昇を抑えることができませんでした」と結論付けています。「サンダーズの計画があまりにも真実であれば、 "




規制改革のニュースでは、ワシントン審査官のポール・ベダード氏は、オバマ時代の規制緩和のためのトランプ政権の「1つ、2つの」計画が成功すれば64,500万ドルを節約し、「途中でさらに6億ドルの節約」をもたらしたと報告している。 「大統領の主要なキャンペーンの約束の1つ」を果たし、議会審査法と大統領令13,771によって削減された結果である、とBedard氏は記している。