President Strikes Different Tone In Reno Speech

Questions on Immigration Race Follow Trump to Arizona

Questions on Immigration Race Follow Trump to Arizona

President Donald Trump is speaking in Reno to speak to the 99th National Convention of The American Legion, which is the nation's largest organization of wartime veterans. He discussed his early efforts to restructure and improve the Veterans Administration. On Monday evening, Trump addressed a military-fatigues-clad audience and said the USA would replace the now enacted time-based approach with a conditional based approach.

Still, Bennett cast doubt on the mission in Afghanistan, and sending more soldiers to fight the wars in the Middle East. "I still don't think it goes far enough". "Get our boys home".

After a boisterous campaign-style rally in Phoenix, President Donald Trump is staying out west for another day.

"It is time to heal the wounds that have divided us, and to seek a new unity based on the common values that unite us", Trump said.

"If American patriots could secure our independence, carve out a home in the wilderness, and free millions from oppression around the world, that same sense of patriotism, courage, and love can help us create a better future for our people today", he said.

His comments came more than a week after violent protests in Charlottesville, Virgina, left one person dead.

Outside, hundreds of protesters denounced Trump's divisive rhetoric many said fanned the flames of hatred, giving white supremacists a platform to spread their message of white nationalism. I was taught in German schools about Hitler. The White House said this week that there are 470,000 appeals cases now pending in the VA system.

In Reno, just 400 to 500 people lined the streets near the convention center to protest the president's visit, according to the Reno Police Department.

The protesters waved signs that said "impeach Trump" and "Nazi-trash out of Nevada". They said they were disturbed by the violence in Charlottesville.

WASHINGTON - Senator Ed Markey wants to see tougher sanctions on North Korea aimed at bringing the rogue nation to talks with the United States.

However, they're also anxious about crossing Trump, Markey said. "I support anyone that takes care of the troops over there and veterans". "What's the end game?" asked Wayne Crockett, a Vietnam War veteran from Atlanta, Ga.

Trump's remarks come at a time when he is facing continued pressure to stem the divisions exposed by a deadly rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, this month, which was organised by hate groups including the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazi sympathisers.

"I was impressed", she said. "That hurts the country, and it hurts the military".

The day before Trump's appearance, the Legion voted to reaffirm a almost 100-year-old resolution condemning hate groups. Instead of increasing US troops, he'd like to see America's allies pick up the slack, he said.

Despite the controversy, veterans have always been supportive of Trump generally. They say the legislation will "streamline the lengthy process that veterans undergo when appealing their claims for disability benefits with the VA", helping the more than 470,000 veterans now in that process.

The legislation aims to streamline the lengthy process that veterans undergo when appealing their claims for disability benefits with the VA.

Trump lost Nevada to Democrat Hillary Clinton in the November 2016 general election but won Nevada's Republican caucuses, beating a slew of seasoned GOP politicians.

"He's trying to be president", Samuelson said.

In Reno, Trump pointed to veterans as examples of the kind of national pride and unity he says he's trying to inspire.

"I hope the American people realize that he has a job to do", said Sterling, 33. Instead, he cast blame on Congress.

"I feel that it's a bit of a mockery", Cantos said.

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