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West Wing Reads for 6/22/17

West Wing Reads

Byron York: "Georgia vote says more about Trump now than House in ‘18"

Washington Examiner columnist Byron York interviewed voters in GA-06 and found President Donald J. Trump’s voters not only still support him, but also are motivated and optimistic about his agenda. Trump supporters said they want opponents to give the President a chance and “sense, correctly, that Democrats in Congress have sought not just to oppose Trump from Day One, but hope to actually remove him from office through the Russia investigation,” York penned.
Read the full op-ed in the Washington Examiner

Today, President Trump will meet with two dozen executives from technology companies to ask for their advice on how the government can promote emerging technologies such as drones and the internet of things, Bloomberg News details.

In the New Hampshire Union Leader, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai details how the U.S. can win the digital future by promoting public sector policies that best spur private sector innovation.

On the Hill today, Republicans are looking to rescue our failing healthcare system. Fox News reports on Anthem’s announcement that “it plans to pull out of Obamacare exchanges in Indiana and Wisconsin next year,” and The Federalist’s David Harsanyi rebuts the argument that Republicans are “sabotaging” Obamacare.

In national security news, Victor Davis Hanson in the National Review praises President Trump for not micromanaging national security policy, instead giving Mattis, McMaster, and Kelly - “three of the nation’s most accomplished generals” – more say.

Each day we round up the best stories the West Wing is reading and share them with you.