Washington, DC - Remarks by President Trump at a Roundtable on Empowering Families with Education Choice:

Washington, DC - Nearly two and a half centuries ago, American colonists broke free of a tyrannical monarchy and rose from the shadow of oppression, creating a new Republic predicated on liberty and the rule of law.  Innate to the identity of this new Nation was a revolutionary commitment to the preservation of individual rights.  The Framers drafted a Constitution that would ensure the God-given rights of the people.  Nevertheless, some of them believed more was needed and insisted upon the enumeration of a set of rights that would be protected from government interference.  As a result, the United States ratified 10 Amendments to our Constitution, known as the Bill of Rights. 

Washington, DC - Inspector General Michael Horowitz uncovered “significant inaccuracies and omissions” in FISA applications that precipitated one of the greatest abuses of investigative power in our lifetime.

Washington, DC - Three Nominations Sent to the Senate Monday:

West Lafayette, Indiana - No one wants a serving of the flu for this Holiday Season.

Washington, DC - On December 5-6, 2019, officials of the governments of Canada, Mexico, and the United States convened in Washington, D.C. at the U.S. Postal Service headquarters to address current and emerging drug threats facing North America during the Fourth Annual North American Drug Dialogue (NADD).  The NADD is the premier forum for continental cooperation on drug issues.  It leverages the combined efforts of law enforcement and health officials from all three countries to address the many facets of the transnational opioid crisis, illicit psychostimulants threat facing each country, and the broader drug crisis facing North America.