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SEPTEMBER 3, 2020

Pompeo: ‘Hopeful’ All Confucius Institutes Will Be Closed by Year’s End

On Tuesday’s broadcast of the Fox Business Network’s “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stated that he is “hopeful” that every single one of China’s Confucius Institutes operating in the United States will be shut down by the end of the year. He also stated that he believes universities have now come to understand the threat that arises from these institutions.


Goya CEO: 'Destruction and hatred, tearing down businesses' driving Latinos to Trump

Immigrants to the U.S. seek prosperity, and "prosperity is not accomplished if we're going to tear things down, cancel things," Robert Unanue, President and CEO, Goya Foods, told Just the News. "The immigrant community are builders." Amid riots, looting and violence in the streets, Goya Foods' CEO says polling showing President Trump's support rising among Latinos is because immigrants arriving in America seeking opportunity don't come to "tear things down, cancel things."

A new Hill-HarrisX poll conducted last week found support for Trump among Hispanic voters growing by 2 points, from 30% in the last poll to 32%. After the 2016 election, The Atlantic noticed exit polls analyzed by the Pew Research Center showed that 28% of Latino voters supported Trump, and that figure had risen to 30% support as of February.


Dow surges 450 points in its best day since mid-July, S&P 500 closes at another record

Stocks rose sharply on Wednesday, continuing a strong start to September for the market as traders took profits out of high-flying names like Apple and Tesla and snapped up shares in more beaten-down parts of the market. 

The Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 454.84 points, or 1.6%, to close at 29,100.50. It was the Dow’s first close above 29,000 since February. The S&P 500 gained 1.5% to end the day at 3,580.84 while the Nasdaq Composite was higher by 1% at 12,056.44.


Both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hit record highs, with the Nasdaq topping 12,000 for the first time. The Dow also posted its biggest one-day move since July 14. The S&P 500 had its best day since July 6.


Trump orders review to defund NYC, other ‘anarchist’ cities

WASHINGTON — President Trump is ordering the federal government to begin the process of defunding New York City and three other cities where officials allowed “lawless” protests and cut police budgets amid rising violent crime, The Post can exclusively reveal. Trump on Wednesday signed a five-page memo ordering all federal agencies to send reports to the White House Office of Management and Budget that detail funds that can be redirected.

New York City, Washington, DC, Seattle and Portland are initial targets as Trump makes “law and order” a centerpiece of his re-election campaign after months of unrest and violence following the May killing of George Floyd by Minnesota police.


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