Monthly Archives: January 2017

Prime Minister of Canada Supports President Trump’s Pipeline Project

On January 24, with the Executive orders President Trump brought into life the Keystone XL Pipeline ProjectThe President also emphasized that the materials for the project will be made in the U.S.  The measure was greatly welcomed by Canadian government and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stated his full support for President’s decision.

Official documents on the the Keystone XL Pipeline and the Dakota Access.

Presidential Memorandum Regarding Construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline, The White House January 24, 2017

Presidential Memorandum Regarding Construction of American Pipelines, The White House January 24, 2017

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Pipeline support President Trump’s Keystone XL Pipeline, CBC news January 24, 2017 

Stephen Harper Former Prime Minister of  Canada 

“Great first step by President Trump in the advancement of Keystone XL, stronger resource development means a stronger economy. ”  © Stephen Harper January 25, 2017

Thanks to President Trump’s executive order, the Keystone pipeline and the Dakota Access pipeline can finally be built. It’s about time.”   Expressed Speaker of the House Paul Ryan   and continued

“Congress is committed to working with President Trump to move forward with safe and vital infrastructure that will boost our economy and create thousands of good-paying jobs in states across the country.”  © Speaker of the House Paul Ryan’s Office January 24, 2017

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President Trump and the new American Era

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© President Donald Trump Inauguration January 20, 2017 

Representing a new movement of  Visionary-Realism  in America that has begun to echo already  a deep inspiration across the Europe and in the Globe,  President Trump has inaugurated a new American Era.  In his first week in the White House, President Trump has also assured Europe and NATO the United States’ continuation of close partnership and commitments.

Highlighted by the Pentagon spokesman Capt. Jeff Davis: 

“In separate calls today, Defense Secretary James Mattis  spoke with his counterparts from the United Kingdom and Canada and with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg”

“Secretary Mattis  wanted to place the call on his first full day in office to reinforce the importance he places on the alliance,”   Jan. 23, 2017 © DoD Media/News Affairs