Resolute Reads FIVE STORIES PRESIDENT TRUMP DOESN'T WANT YOU TO MISS
FIVE STORIES PRESIDENT TRUMP DOESN'T WANT YOU TO MISS
In Michigan Visit, Trump Calls for Americans to Get Back to Work, Expects 'Epic' Comeback -Detroit Free Press “Making his first visit to Michigan since the coronavirus pandemic began in the U.S., President Donald Trump on Thursday praised the ingenuity and pluck of Ford Motor Co. and its employees for turning its Ypsilanti components plant into a ventilator factory,” Todd Spangler reports. Ford and GE are jointly producing 50,000 ventilators.
Susan Rice’s Mysterious Email -The Wall Street Journal “The larger truth here is now undeniable: The Obama Administration spied on the political competition, it continued that spying even after Mr. Trump was elected, and then it tried to cover up what it had done,” The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes.
Trump is Right to Hold WHO Accountable -Washington Examiner “President Trump's effort to hold the World Health Organization accountable for its bungled handling of the coronavirus is well justified. It is outrageous to expect taxpayers to continue supporting an international body that acts as a lap dog for Beijing,” the Washington Examiner editorial board writes.
It’s Okay to Acknowledge Good COVID-19 News -National Review “The coronavirus has taken a heartbreaking toll on Americans, but the course of the virus is not the same as it was a few months ago. We are on the other side of the curve. There are encouraging signs all over the country, and no early indications of a reopening debacle,” Rich Lowry writes. “The question now is whether the media and political system can absorb good news on the virus, which is often ignored or buried under misleading storylines.”
Public-Private Partnerships Will Lead Recovery -The Detroit News “It took nearly a decade for Michigan’s small businesses to fully recover from the Great Recession of 2008-09. I’m optimistic these vital businesses will bounce back much quicker this time, thanks in large part to the indisputable success of the Paycheck Protection Program,” Small Business Administrator Jovita Carranza writes.