Donald Trump Signs Up To Call Boxing Match On 20th Anniversary Of 9/11
I LOVE GREAT FIGHTERS!
On Saturday, the United States will pause for a moment of reflection on the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. Donald Trump, however, will reportedly be calling a boxing match at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida. According to ESPN, Trump and his eldest son, Donald Jr., have signed up to provide commentary on Saturdays four-bout event headlined by Evander Holyfield vs. Vitor Belfort. In a statement, Trump said: I love great fighters and great fights… I look forward to seeing both this Saturday night and sharing my thoughts ringside. You wont want to miss this special event. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden reportedly plans to visit all three 9/11 memorial sites to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the attacks.
Ohio Man Paints Entire Yard As Trump Banner
BAY TOWNSHIP Politically inspired yard signs are nothing new, but one local Bay Township resident took it a step further by turning his entire front lawn into a massive banner showing his support for President Donald Trump.
It took J.R. Majewski about 120 gallons of biodegradable paint to create the 19,000-square-foot banner, which spans nearly the entire length of his long, triangular front yard in the 3000 block of West Elmore Road in Bay Township, just west of Port Clinton near the Portage River.
The effort was not an entirely new experience for Majewski, who around the same time last year in early July painted a huge American flag in his yard as both a patriotic gesture and a way to support his fellow military veterans.
But this year, he went even bigger.
Originally, Majewski said he had planned to paint the well-known National League of Families POW/MIA flag, but later found that there could be issues with the amount of black paint needed for the project.
Majewski uses a biodegradable, chalk-based paint that will not harm the environment.
After speaking with other members of a local veterans group he is a part of, many of which are also Trump supporters, Majewski said he decided to go for it.
You see and hear a lot from the president on his support of the military. New weapons, new equipment, new technology all of those things matter, he said. I think as a veteran, its highly appreciated.
Trump Signs Save Our Seas 20 Giving Plastics Recycling Infrastructure Potential Boost
President Trump signed the Save Our Seas 2.0 Act into law on Friday. A White House announcement highlighted the bill’s creation of a Marine Debris Foundation, “genius prize,” increased cooperation “to raise international awareness of plastic waste and combat marine debris” and infrastructure grants to be administered by the U.S. EPA.
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President Trump Signs Executive Order Securing The United States Bulk
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, President Donald J. Trump signed an Executive Order, Securing the United States Bulk-Power System. The Executive Order authorizes U.S. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette to work with the Cabinet and energy industry to secure Americas Bulk-Power System.
Today, President Trump demonstrated bold leadership to protect Americas bulk-power system and ensure the safety and prosperity of all Americans, said Secretary Brouillette. It is imperative the bulk-power system be secured against exploitation and attacks by foreign threats. This Executive Order will greatly diminish the ability of foreign adversaries to target our critical electric infrastructure.
The bulk-power system is vital to the Nations energy security, supporting national defense, emergency services, critical infrastructure, and the economy. Each year the Federal government spends millions of dollars on a wide range of BPS components. Current government procurement rules often result in contracts being awarded to the lowest-cost bids, a vulnerability that can be exploited by those with malicious intent.
Accordingly, under this Executive Order, the Secretary of Energy is authorized to do the following:
How To Join Trump’s Truth Social App And Create An Account On Ios
Former President Donald Trump‘s new social media app, Truth, launched on Monday, but people have to wait in line to access the platform.
Trump railed against social media companies for being biased against Republicans and having been kicked off several social media platforms, the former president launched his own. Marketed as a platform free of censorship, Trump also plans to use the platform as a means of connecting with voters ahead of the 2022 midterms and a potential presidential run in 2024.
After downloading the application from the Apple store, users are brought to a page where they can either sign in or create a new account. Those creating a new account are asked to put in their birth date, as users must be at least 18 years old to access the platform.
Before accessing the platform, users also input their email address and then validate it with a verification email. After verifying their email, users are asked to create a username and password.
Unlike many social media applications, where a person can access content and features immediately after creating an account, the Truth social platform requires a bit more patience. Once successfully creating an account, users are put into a “waitlist” that could be more than a hundred-thousand people long.
As of Monday, Trump’s social media application is only available in the Apple app store, so only people using an iPhone or iPad can create accounts.
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Trump Signs Into Law The Never Again Education Act
U.S. President Donald Trump signed the Never Again Education Act, which seeks to expand Holocaust education in the United States, into law on Friday.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed the legislation in January, while the U.S. Senate did so on May 13.
The new law expands the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museums education programming to teachers nationwide, requiring the museum to develop and disseminate resources to improve awareness and understanding of the Holocaust and its lessons.
A total of $2 million will be allocated annually this year and for each of the next four years to the Holocaust Education Assistance Program Fund, administered by the USHMMs governing body, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council. Private donations for the fund would be permitted.
The measure will create an online Holocaust-education repository of resources for educators to teach both middle-school and high school students about the genocide that killed 11 million people, 6 million of whom were Jews.
The bipartisan Never Again Education Act is finally law, Rep. Carolyn Maloney , who introduced the U.S. House of Representatives bill with Rep. Elise Stefanik , told JNS. Im proud our country has come together to make clear that anti-Semitism cannot and should not be tolerated.
Currently, 18 states either encourage or require teaching about the Holocaust.
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Trump Signs Massive Measure Funding Government Covid Relief
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. President Donald Trump signed a $900 billion pandemic relief package Sunday, ending days of drama over his refusal to accept the bipartisan deal that will deliver long-sought cash to businesses and individuals and avert a federal government shutdown.
The massive bill includes $1.4 trillion to fund government agencies through September and contains other end-of-session priorities such as an increase in food stamp benefits.
The signing, at his private club in Florida, came amid escalating criticism over his eleventh-hour demands for larger, $2,000 relief checks and scaled-back spending even though the bill had already passed the House and Senate by wide margins. The bill was passed with what lawmakers had thought was Trumps blessing, and after months of negotiations with his administration.
His foot-dragging resulted in a lapse in unemployment benefits for millions struggling to make ends meet and threatened a government shutdown in the midst of a pandemic.. But signing the bill into law prevents another crisis of Trumps own creation and ends a standoff with his own party during the final days of his administration.
Republicans and Democrats swiftly welcomed Trumps decision to sign the bill into law.
Trump Signs $23t Relief Spending Package
President Trump on Sunday signed the government funding and coronavirus relief package, the White House said, averting a government shutdown and delivering economic aid as the pandemic worsens.
Trump signed off on the $2.3 trillion package from his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla., days after he expressed displeasure with the spending outlined in the omnibus and complained that the coronavirus relief measure should include direct payments of $2,000 per person, up from $600.
But the delay came after Trump single-handedly brought the government to the brink of a shutdown and unemployment benefits expired for millions of Americans Saturday as the bill went unsigned.
Trump has visited his golf club in Florida each day since arriving in the state on Wednesday and has made no public appearances. He did so again on Sunday both before and after signing the legislation.
I will sign the Omnibus and Covid package with a strong message that makes clear to Congress that wasteful items need to be removed, Trump said in a statement upon signing the legislation. I will send back to Congress a redlined version, item by item, accompanied by the formal rescission request to Congress insisting that those funds be removed from the bill.
Trumps demand that Congress clawback some of the spending greenlighted under the deal is already facing pushback, in a sign that congressional leaders are likely to ignore it.
Jordain Carney contributed. Updated at 9:10 p.m.
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Sign Did Not Meet State Regulations
Lauren Wonder, chief public information officer for the California Department of Transportation, told USA TODAY the sign was removed from the sight of drivers in response to a safety concern by the California Highway Patrol.
“The sign did not meet state regulations for temporary political signs within view of a state highway, and state law directs Caltrans to remove unauthorized signs,” she said in an email.
Section 5405.3 of the State Outdoor Advertising Act allows an exemption for the placement of “Temporary Political Signs” along certain highways however, there are restrictions.
These signs are not to be placed within the state right-of-way. In addition, signs cannot be visible within 660 feet from the edge of the right-of-way of a classified landscaped freeway, the text reads.
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The California Department of Transportation confirmed that the Trump sign along the 405 Freeway was removed from sight. Many posts don’t mention that the sign did not meet state regulations and there were concerns about it sparking a fire in an area with a history of wildfires. We rate this claim as MISSING CONTEXT, based on our research.
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Trump Signs Executive Order Targeting Social Media Companies Calls It A ‘big Day’ For ‘fairness’
It comes after Twitter added fact-checks to two of the president’s tweets.
President Donald Trump on Thursday signed an executive order targeting Twitter and other social media giants, saying he is taking action to “defend free speech from one of the gravest dangers it has faced in American history,” after Twitter called two of his tweets “potentially misleading.”
White House deputy press secretary Judd Deere said the president signed the executive order right after reporters left the Oval Office.
As expected, the order calls for new regulations under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which provides broad immunity from lawsuits to websites based on the content its users post, and thus curbs some of those liability protections for companies like Twitter, Facebook and Google.
“They have had unchecked power to censor, restrict, edit, shape, hide, alter any form of communication between private citizens or large public audiences,” Trump claimed. “We are fed up with it.”
He said what social media giants choose to fact check or ignore are “editorial decisions” and represent “political activism.”
“In those moments, Twitter ceases to be a neutral public platform and they become an editor with a viewpoint, and I think we can say that about others also,” Trump said, referring to fact-check labels added to two of Trump’s tweets on mail-in ballots, as some states make measures for voting amid the pandemic. “And it’s inappropriate.”
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Traffic And Fire Hazards
The letters went up overnight along the northbound 405 Freeway, according to CBS Los Angeles.
KTLA reported that the California Highway Patrol’s incident log shows that the sign was first reported at 6:41 a.m. Oct. 6 and referred to it as a “traffic hazard.” The reporting party was concerned the sign could spark a blaze because it was placed in an area with dry brush, according to the log.
Eric Menjivar with the California Department of Transportation told KTLA that motorists were slowing down to take photos, which created a traffic hazard.
Wonder told the Los Angeles Times that because the sign was on private property, workers “laid it down so it wasn’t a visual distraction” but did not completely remove the sign.
“This was a life and safety issue because there were concerns about distracted driving,” Wonder said.