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Thank you freedom and democra 【USAMail magazine from the White House】Your 1600 Daily:   The White House • June 15, 2018 5 ways President Trump has restored American leadership



President Donald J. Trump promised that putting America first would be the solemn duty of his Administration. That approach also makes for an effective foundation for U.S. leadership in the world.

Here are five accomplishments from the past year:

Destroying ISIS: The Trump Administration worked with allies to liberate territory occupied by the self-declared caliphate. In December, the Iraqi government announced all Iraqi territory had been freed from ISIS control.

Responding to Syria's use of chemical weapons: In April, the United States, the United Kingdom, and France launched strikes against targets associated with Syria's chemical weapons capabilities, responding forcefully to the Assad regime's savage attacks.

Recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital: President Trump followed through on his promise—and that of prior U.S. presidents—to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. The U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, called for by Congress since 1994, officially opened last month.

Withdrawing from the unacceptable Iran deal: The deal provided the Iranian regime with a windfall of cash to destabilize the Middle East. President Trump ended U.S. participation in the deal and directed his Administration to begin re-imposing sanctions.

Momentum for real change in North Korea: With the historic Singapore summit, President Trump took a bold first step to completely, verifiably, and irreversibly denuclearize the Korean Peninsula. Before the talks, Kim Jong Un had already released three detained Americans and appears to have closed his nuclear test site.

How President Trump has restored American leadership on the world stage

Watch: President Trump answers questions after the Singapore summit





The Day Ahead

Vice President Mike Pence will travel to Rochester, Michigan, before delivering remarks at a "Tax Cuts to Put America First" event in Columbus, Ohio. Watch live at 4:25 p.m. ET.





The largest gathering of Hispanic clergy in the United States

The 12th Annual National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast and Conference took place this week in Washington, D.C. Vice President Mike Pence addressed the group yesterday, discussing how faith is the great unifier in a diverse country.

"[Remember] those words that Americans have clung to throughout our Nation's history, words first inscribed millennia ago," the Vice President said. "That in these challenging times of seemingly too much division, that we still have hope and we still have confidence, because we believe Him who said, 'I know the plans I have for you . . . plans to prosper you, and not to harm you, plans to give you a hope and a future.'"

Read Vice President Pence's full message to the Hispanic clergy.





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President Donald J. Trump answers questions on the north drive of the White House | June 15, 2018


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