Thursday and Friday Trump Tweets

National Day of Prayer was signed into law on April 17th, 1952, by President Harry Truman. It was in 1988, that President Ronald Reagan amended the law, designating the first Thursday of May each year as National Day of Prayer.

The Veterans Choice Program’s government website states:

— In accordance with the Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act of 2014, P.L. 113-146, VA published a Federal Register notice on December 20, 2017 notifying the public of the potential exhaustion of the Choice Fund. The President signed a Continuing Resolution on December 22, 2017 which appropriated $2.1 billion into the Choice Fund. The additional funds allow VA to continue to administer the Choice program into 2018. (Posted December 22, 2017)

Food for thought taken again from the linked website:

To use the Veterans Choice Program, Veterans must receive prior authorization from VA to receive care from a provider that is part of VA’s VCP network of community providers.

Happy Friday!

CNN Money: Jobless claims are the lowest since 1973, article dated 10/19/2017

AP News: US jobless claims drop to lowest level since 1973, article dated 3/2/2017

The Hill: Jobless claims drop to lowest level since 1973, article dated 3/39/2018

The Washington Post reports that former assistant U.S. attorney in New York, Andrew C. McCarthy doesn’t feel Mueller has the right to question the President:

Following the publication of his National Review piece this week, McCarthy told national syndicated radio host Mark Levin that “not only should a prosecutor not be permitted to subpoena a president by a court, I don’t think the Justice Department should allow a president to be even asked voluntarily to submit to an interview in the absence of evidence that there’s a serious crime that the president is complicit in and indication that the only way that you could get the evidence that the prosecutor can show is vital to the case is through the president.”

Reported by The News Blender on Thursday, NBC published a report stating that former personal attorney to President Trump, Michael Cohen’s, phone had been wiretapped, that report was later retracted and correct, by NBC News.

According to necn:

Job growth amounted to a decent 164,000 last month, up from an upwardly revised 135,000 in March. The unemployment rate fell after having held at 4.1 percent for the prior six months largely because fewer people were searching for jobs.

Happy Friday!!!

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