Tucker Carlson tells America about MS-13:
Trump administration announces crackdown on MS-13:
Today many claim journalism is dead. They claim there is no one who will just report the news without adding their own prejudices and political preferences. It may be true, but last week a journalist did something unique – he told us something we didn’t already know, and made a difference. These days on TV and Radio news all we hear is Trump, Trump, Trump. But on April 13, Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” host Tucker Carlson told America about a dangerous group in America called MS-13. It’s an organization he described as a “mostly immigrant street gang” a bigger threat to public safety than ISIS. Carlson offered examples of MS-13 violence and pointed out that while there are likely a “few hundred” active ISIS members in the United States, there were 6,000 members of MS-13 domestically and 30,000 abroad. Read Full Story
Since traveling to Wisconsin for a speech and bill signing, President Trump has added another country to the list of countries that he feels treat US trade unfairly. That country is Canada. “What they’ve done to our dairy farm workers is a disgrace. It’s a disgrace,” Trump told reporters.
So, what is it? What has Canada done to hurt us?
“The Treasury Department will not be issuing waivers to U.S. companies, including Exxon, authorizing drilling prohibited by current Russian sanctions,” Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, said in a statement Friday. Mnuchin said he consulted with President Trump on the decision.
Exxon had applied for a waiver from sanctions imposed by the Obama administration in a bid to resume its lucrative joint venture with Russian state oil giant PAO Rosneft.
In a statement, Exxon said “we understand” the decision by the Treasury Department. Exxon explained that its application for a license was aimed at meeting the company’s “contractual obligations” in Russia, where competitors are allowed to drill under European sanctions.