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Thank you freedom and democracy 【USA Mail magazine from the White House  2018-05-11c 】 West Wing Reads |   President Trump Welcomes Home Three American Returnees from North Korea


The three Americans freed from North Korean labor camps waved and smiled as they were greeted by President Donald Trump at a military base near Washington early Thursday,” Daniel Arkin and Alastair Jamieson report for NBC News. The President was accompanied by First Lady Melania Trump.

“A special night for these three really great people,” President Trump said. “They've been through a lot.”

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President Donald Trump said he would meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on June 12 in Singapore, hours after he welcomed home three U.S. citizens who had been detained in North Korea for more than a year,” Michael C. Bender and Rebecca Ballhaus report in The Wall Street Journal. “We will both try to make it a very special moment for World Peace!” President Trump wrote on Twitter.


Gina Haspel, the President’s nominee to lead the CIA, “gets rave reviews from former national security officials from Democratic and Republican administrations, and is said to be strongly supported by agency employees,” writes the Chicago Tribune’s Editorial Board. “The Senate should confirm her.”


In The Washington Post, National Security Adviser John Bolton writes that the Iran deal’s “very premise has been betrayed by its own abysmal track record over the past two years.” Mr. Bolton notes that President Trump’s decision to withdraw “reversed an ill-advised and dangerous policy and set us on a new course that will address the aggressive and hostile behavior of our enemies.”


The New York Post Editorial Board calls out the hypocrisy of Democrats in opposing Gina Haspel’s nomination for CIA Director but fully supporting former President Obama’s CIA pick, John Brennan. “Any Democrats voting against her, especially those who voted to confirm Brennan, ought to give a good explanation why,” the editors write.


An effort led by senior White House adviser Jared Kushner to both increase prison security and provide a pathway out for some 4,000 well-behaved prisoners has scored a major, and lopsided, victory” for President Trump in Congress, writes Paul Bedard in the Washington Examiner. “The House Judiciary Committee voted 25-5 to back the ‘First Step Act,’ a shocking turn after the media had earlier written off chances that it would pass.”

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