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President's Agenda takes shape

Immigration is one of the hot topic issues near and dear to the hearts of many Americans, if the work of Speaker Faulhammer and Congressman Nicholson (the President's right hand men in Congress) is a guide to anything it shows that the President has reaffirmed his campaign commitment to clamping down on illegal immigration in as humane a way as possible. Congressman Nicholson's new bill to defund Sanctuary Cities is an example of the tough face of the GOP's attitude to illegal immigration, disincentivising people smuggling over the border and preventing them from staying in often dangerous situations with the good people of law enforcement unable to get in and sort out precisely what is going on before taking the appropriate action.

The Border Security and Immigration Reform Act is an altogether different beast however. For years Republicans have deliberated one way or the other on DACA but President Macmillan appears to have found a common sense compromise that has eluded presidents since way back in Reagan's day. DACA is secured in this bill in the second section, in addition to this the inhumane policy of separating children from their parents (that Obama did nothing about) is also ended by this same bill, but far from being weak on the border this bill shows just how strong President Macmillan really is. This bill produced by the Speaker has $25bn set aside for better security at the border including $12bn for "physical barriers", or in layman's speak a wall, along with the reintroduction of mandatory E-Verify. Even better this bill is almost entirely paid for by foreign criminal interests and a tax on remittances meaning the US taxpayer pays next to nothing on it.

So what else might we see from this President going forward? White House insiders suggest that the place is already awash with potential legislation to repeal Obamacare and replace it with a new system altogether. Similar rumblings suggest that the President has an agenda that will encompass the most ambitious reforms to education, tax, jobs, and infrastructure since the days of Reagan himself. Those closest to the President are keeping fairly tight lipped about it but there are a great deal of interesting Republican bills in Congress at the moment which should be noted. Republicans are circling around a handful of issues at the very heart of their platform and their president's election commitments: Veterans, Planned Parenthood, economic reform, these are all issues a great many Republican voters hold near and dear to their heart and these are all issues that find themselves prominently featured in the House Hopper at the moment. We are living in new and uncharted times, an emboldened Republican Party is ready to get things done and they're going to get them done now.

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On 7/7/2018 at 3:35 AM, Macmillan said:

President's Agenda takes shape

Immigration is one of the hot topic issues near and dear to the hearts of many Americans, if the work of Speaker Faulhammer and Congressman Nicholson (the President's right hand men in Congress) is a guide to anything it shows that the President has reaffirmed his campaign commitment to clamping down on illegal immigration in as humane a way as possible. Congressman Nicholson's new bill to defund Sanctuary Cities is an example of the tough face of the GOP's attitude to illegal immigration, disincentivising people smuggling over the border and preventing them from staying in often dangerous situations with the good people of law enforcement unable to get in and sort out precisely what is going on before taking the appropriate action.

The Border Security and Immigration Reform Act is an altogether different beast however. For years Republicans have deliberated one way or the other on DACA but President Macmillan appears to have found a common sense compromise that has eluded presidents since way back in Reagan's day. DACA is secured in this bill in the second section, in addition to this the inhumane policy of separating children from their parents (that Obama did nothing about) is also ended by this same bill, but far from being weak on the border this bill shows just how strong President Macmillan really is. This bill produced by the Speaker has $25bn set aside for better security at the border including $12bn for "physical barriers", or in layman's speak a wall, along with the reintroduction of mandatory E-Verify. Even better this bill is almost entirely paid for by foreign criminal interests and a tax on remittances meaning the US taxpayer pays next to nothing on it.

So what else might we see from this President going forward? White House insiders suggest that the place is already awash with potential legislation to repeal Obamacare and replace it with a new system altogether. Similar rumblings suggest that the President has an agenda that will encompass the most ambitious reforms to education, tax, jobs, and infrastructure since the days of Reagan himself. Those closest to the President are keeping fairly tight lipped about it but there are a great deal of interesting Republican bills in Congress at the moment which should be noted. Republicans are circling around a handful of issues at the very heart of their platform and their president's election commitments: Veterans, Planned Parenthood, economic reform, these are all issues a great many Republican voters hold near and dear to their heart and these are all issues that find themselves prominently featured in the House Hopper at the moment. We are living in new and uncharted times, an emboldened Republican Party is ready to get things done and they're going to get them done now.

Macmillan Momentum: 5

Faulhammer Momentum: 1

Nicholson Momentum: 1

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