Remarks by President Trump at a Reception for African American History Month (February 28)

Remarks by President Trump at a Reception for African American History Month (February 28)   THE PRESIDENT:  Thank you.  Thank you very much. AUDIENCE:  Four more years!  Four more years!  Four more years! THE PRESIDENT:   We love you.  Thank you very much, everybody. I want to just — first of all, a person that’s doing …

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The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty at 50 (February 27)

The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty at 50 (February 27)   The NPT is the cornerstone of the nuclear nonproliferation regime, reinforcing international peace and security and preventing the further spread of nuclear weapons. Global nuclear stockpiles are at their lowest levels since the 1950s, according to the  Federation of American Scientists . The treaty, which entered into force March 5, …

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President’s Day 2020

Presidents memorialized By  Mark Trainer Americans honor their presidents in many ways, but few presidential monuments are as big as Mount Rushmore in the Black Hills of South Dakota (see above). The monument depicts four presidents for their roles in the country’s history: (from left) George Washington for the country’s birth, Thomas Jefferson for helping the young …

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CDA Elizabeth Rood’s Remarks to Media at Family Picnic Celebrating Independence Day Jointly with the American Chamber of Commerce (July 6)

CDA Elizabeth Rood’s Remarks to Media at Family Picnic Celebrating Independence Day Jointly with the American Chamber of Commerce (July 6)   Q-n about the celebration of the grounds of the U.S. Embassy Charge d’Affairs, Elizabeth Rood: We are very happy today to be celebrating the 243rd anniversary of the United States of America with …

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Black History Month (February 20)

Ruby Bridges The picture shows a 6-year-old Ruby Bridges escorted by U.S. Marshal Charles Burks as she integrated William Frantz Elementary School in New Orleans. She became the first African-American child to attend an all-white public elementary school in the American South. Ruby’s parents were torn about whether to let her attend the all-white school, …

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