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It's not just farm workers who we're losing to Trump's immigration.President is cracking down on foreign high-tech workers too:-92K computer science degrees awarded in 2016-there are 500K open jobs in that fieldImmigration is essential for America's economy to function.
^ don't worry, we can just let the IT jobs open up in India and avoid all of the US red-tape. We won't need those jobs anyway when we are flush with coal mining jobs.
There were a few extra Patriots in the White House yesterday as the Super Bowl champs stopped by. The Failing New York Times tried to use a photo from the visit to make an entirely misleading comparison to public, but got called out by the Patriots Twitter:"These photos lack context. Facts: In 2015, over 40 football staff were on the stairs. In 2017, they were seated on the South Lawn."https://twitter.com/Patriots/status/854858415012806656President Trump had this to say about the Patriots calling them out:
^^ One of the nations most popular newspapers destroying the credibility they have worked so hard to maintain for 165 years is not a trivial issue. In fact, our untrustworthy media is one of the most important issues facing the American public, and it needs to be called out as it occurs. The only way one could call this "trivial" or a "non issue" is if they agree with the misleading message, which is something you two have very clearly demonstrated already.
The NY Times has been doing some if the best reporting. Heck, their reporting lead to O'Reilly's demise at Fox. The truth is that there were noticiby fewer Patriots at the WH and it hurts President Snowflake's fee fees.
^ NY Times is not very right leaning. I would argue the Wash Post is more moderate than the Times.
There were 30% fewer Patriots than there were in 2015. POTUS should have more important things to worry about. This is why he has accomplished nothing so far. He wastes his time wit non issues.
Former MI6 chief Richard Dearlove says Donald Trump borrowed money from Russia during 2008 financial crisishttp://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/richard-dearlove-mi6-trump-russia-money-2008-financial-crisis-us-election-a7684341.html
Where was all this BEFORE the election? Is it possible that these continual, unverified leaks are simply the result of war between Trump and the Intelligence Community?