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Join the Presidential Prayer Team in a prayer campaign for the first 100 days of President Trump's presidency.
Daily Prayer Briefing, July 22
President Donald J. Trump welcomed the CEOs of Corning, Merck, and Pfizer pharmaceutical companies to the White House this week to announce a new pharmaceutical glass packaging initiative that will drive significant United States manufacturing and job creation.
In the new initiative, the companies agreed to invest $4 billion in the U.S. economy and create more than 4,000 new high-tech jobs for Americans in the coming years.
About 98 percent of the $4 billion industry had previously been done overseas, making this an important stride in American employment and technology advancement, the White House says.
Corning CEO Wendell Weeks specifically credited President Trump and the White House Office of American Innovation with providing the assurance necessary to finalize the project.
"Every day, we are fighting to bring back our jobs, to restore our industry, and to put America first," President Trump said.
As the Lord leads, please pray for:
• For the Trump team as they work on jobs and the economy
• For President Trump as he deals with the ongoing Russian Connection investigation
• The Trump team as they work on health care issues
Daily Prayer Briefing, July 21
The White House yesterday commemorated President Trump's first six months in office and his goal of putting “America First.”
Bringing accountability back to government has been one of the foremost goals of the Trump administration, the White House statement said. On another topic, President Trump “fulfilled his promise to the American people by nominating and, after Senate confirmation, appointing Neil Gorsuch as an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court and has implemented higher ethical standards to make sure his Administration works for the American people.”
“To make sure the Government serves the needs of all Americans, President Trump has called for a comprehensive plan to reorganize the executive branch and has used his budget to begin to implement his plan,” the White House statement continued.
• Senator John McCain as he battles cancer
• Members of the U.S. Senate as they continue working on health care issues
• For the relationship between President Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions
10:30 am EDT – The President receives his daily intelligence briefing
11:30 am EDT – The President participates in a credentials ceremony for newly appointed Ambassadors to Washington, D.C.
2:45 pm EDT – The President visits with survivors of the USS Arizona
Daily Prayer Briefing, July 19
President Trump expressed his frustration Monday night and Tuesday after Senate Republicans failed to move forward on repealing Obamacare.
The president tweeted out Tuesday morning two options to move forward with health care: elect more Republicans or change the Senate rules on the number of votes needed to pass legislation.
“With only a very small majority, the Republicans in the House & Senate need more victories next year since Dems totally obstruct, no votes!” President Trump tweeted Tuesday.
After learning the “Better Care Reconciliation Act” was effectively dead, Trump tweeted, “Republicans should just REPEAL failing Obamacare now & work on a new health care plan that will start from a clean slate. Dems will join in!” he said, suggesting a bipartisan plan.
• The Trump administration as they work with Congress on health care issues
• President Trump and his team as they focus on economic growth in the nation
• President Trump and his team as they work on modifying or repealing the Iran deal
10:00 am – The President receives a National Security Council briefing
11:30 am – The President meets with U.S. Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China Terry Branstad
12:30 pm – The President has lunch with members of Congress
3:00 pm – The President leads a Made in America roundtable
– All Times Eastern
Daily Prayer Briefing, July 17
President Trump turned to Twitter on Sunday to attack the “fake news media,” claiming their reports are "distorting democracy" in the nation.
"With all of its phony unnamed sources & highly slanted & even fraudulent reporting, #Fake News is DISTORTING DEMOCRACY in our country!" he tweeted after earlier defending his son over a so-called “Russian connection.”
Donald Trump Jr. was criticized after news broke that he met with a Russian lawyer to obtain damaging information about Clinton in June 2016. Trump came to his son's defense while the president was in Paris, saying, "most people would have taken that meeting."
Caputo testified to a House committee on the investigation into Russian meddling in the U.S. election. Caputo, who lived in Russia years ago, said he "had no contact with Russians" and never heard of anyone on Trump's campaign talking to Russians.
• Hawaiian officials as they respond to the Supreme Court’s request regarding the travel ban
• Members of the U.S. Senate as the health care bill vote has been delayed
• Improved relations between the U.S. and Russia
Daily Prayer Briefing, July 16
In his weekly media address, President Trump spoke about the expected Senate vote next week on their bill to replace Obamacare.
“Obamacare has wreaked havoc on American lives, and if we don’t replace it, the calamity will only get worse – and I mean, get worse by a lot,” the president said.
The Democrat politicians who passed Obamacare made many big promises, Trump said, promises that turned out to be lies.
“They promised Obamacare would reduce premiums by $2,500 dollars, but instead, premiums have skyrocketed by numbers that nobody can even believe – sometimes, many many thousands of dollars. They promised that if you liked your plan, you could keep your plan – instead, millions of American families saw their plans canceled.”
“The legislation working its way through Congress provides the choice and control people want, the affordability they need, and the quality they deserve in healthcare. It’s a common-sense approach that restores the sacred doctor-patient relationship. And you are going to finally have great healthcare at a lower price.”
• The Trump administration as they argue for the travel ban in the court system
• For Senate Republicans as they prepare to vote on their health care bill
• That Americans everywhere will continue praying for the president
Daily Prayer Briefing, July 15
President Trump and the First Lady returned to the United States on Friday after visiting France and participating in Bastille Day events with the French president and his wife.
“On this great day – France’s national day and the 228th anniversary of the French Revolution – Melania and I were proud to stand with the President of France and Madame Macron and to celebrate with the French people,” Trump said.
Calling France “America’s first and oldest ally,” dating back to 1778 when the two nations signed a treaty of friendship and alliance, “We have remained joined in common purpose ever since. The ties between the United States and France stretch back almost as far as our shared history as democratic republics,” Trump added.
• President and Mrs. Trump as they resume their schedules back in America
• For the Trump administration as they work on health care issues with the Senate
• For an end to the vitriol aimed at the president and administration
Daily Prayer Briefing, July 14
President Donald Trump said Thursday that ties between the United States and France were "unbreakable" after a warm meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron.
"The friendship between our two nations and ourselves is unbreakable," Trump said after talks focused on joint U.S.-French efforts to fight terrorism in the Middle East and Africa.
Trump came to Paris at the invitation of Mr. Macron to take part in Bastille Day celebrations to mark the 100th anniversary of America’s entry into World War I.
As the two leaders faced the news media after a private meeting in the Élysée Palace, they sought to play down sharp differences over trade, immigration and climate change.
Macron also acknowledged the disagreement over the climate accord but noted that the two agreed on many other issues. He also said he understood Mr. Trump’s motivation in withdrawing, even if he disagreed with him. “My willingness is to continue to work with the United States,” he said. “I understand it is important to save jobs.”
• Members of the Senate as they prepare to vote on the health care bill
• For President Trump as he seeks input from his spiritual advisors
• For a successful trip to France for President Trump and the First Lady
4:10 am – The president and First Lady participate in the French National Day Parade with French President and Mrs. Macron at the Place de la Concorde in Paris
6:45 am – The Trumps Depart Paris
3:15 pm – The Trumps arrive at the Bedminster Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey
- All Times Eastern
Daily Prayer Briefing, July 13
McConnell made the announcement during a party lunch, saying he wants to take up the annual defense authorization measure and address a backlog of nominations "that have been mindlessly stalled by Democrats."
“In order to provide more time to complete action on important legislative items and process nominees that have been stalled by a lack of cooperation from our friends across the aisle, the Senate will delay the start of the August recess until the third week of August," McConnell said.
Republican leaders are now planning to retain Obamacare’s 3.8 percent tax on net investment income for people who earn more than $200,000 and couples with incomes over $250,000, as well as a 0.9 percent Medicare surtax on the same incomes.
• Christopher Wray as he prepares to lead the FBI
• God's hand of protection on President Trump and the nation's leaders
• Members of the U.S. Senate as they work on health care and other key issues
Daily Prayer Briefing, July 12
President Trump is congratulating Iraq’s prime minister on the liberation of Mosul from terrorists.
“Today, Iraqi Security Forces, supported by the United States and the Global Coalition, liberated the city of Mosul from its long nightmare under the rule of ISIS,” Trump said in a statement released by the White House. “We congratulate Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the Iraqi Security Forces, and all Iraqis for their victory over terrorists who are the enemies of all civilized people.”
“We mourn the thousands of Iraqis brutally killed by ISIS and the millions of Iraqis who suffered at the hands of ISIS. We grieve with the Iraqi people for the loss of the heroic soldiers and Peshmerga who gave their lives to restore life to their country, and we honor their sacrifice. We in the United States and the Global Coalition are proud to stand with the Iraqi Security Forces and all those who made this moment of liberation possible.”
“The victory in Mosul, a city where ISIS once proclaimed its so-called ‘caliphate,’ signals that its days in Iraq and Syria are numbered. We will continue to seek the total destruction of ISIS,” the president concluded.
• The families of those killed in the military plane crash
• Members of the U.S. Senate as they prepare to vote on their health care plan
• The ongoing fight against terrorism worldwide
7:10 pm – The President and First Lady leave the White House en route to Joint Base Andrews
7:30 pm – The President and First Lady depart Washington, D.C. en route to Paris, France
Daily Prayer Briefing, July 11
President Trump is challenging Congress to pass health care reform legislation before taking its traditional August break.
In a Monday tweet, the president said, “I cannot imagine that Congress would dare to leave Washington without a beautiful new Health Care bill fully approved and ready to go!”
Congress recesses for the month of August and is set to return September 5, but some lawmakers have called for canceling the break because of their workload.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell plans to check vital signs on his GOP bill as senators trickle back to Washington from a July Fourth break that many spent listening to constituents vent about health care.
The Congressional Budget Office estimates that at least 22 million more people would become uninsured under the legislation.
• Members of the U.S. Senate as they work on their health care plan
• The Trump administration and members of Congress as they work on a new tax plan
• Members of the Trump family as they face increased scrutiny
2:00 p.m. – The President meets with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin, Secretary of Defense James Mattis, and National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster
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