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Former President Donald Trump returns to Washington, D.C.

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Trump arrived back in the nation’s capital to deliver the keynote address at the America First Policy Institute’s two-day America First Agenda Summit.

After leaving the White House 18 months ago, former President Donald Trump returned to Washington, DC, on Tuesday.

Trump arrived back in the nation’s capital to deliver the keynote address at the America First Policy Institute’s two-day America First Agenda Summit.

The 45th president hasn’t been seen in Washington since he left office on Jan. 20, 2021 — even snubbing President Biden’s inauguration on his way out of the city. The event marks Trump’s first visit back to the capitol.

The 45th President of the United States used his speech to focus on public safety. He highlighted recent violent crime statistics throughout the country. He laid out the serious problems the country continues to face under the Biden administration talking about horrific crime, red-hot inflation, and the expensive liberal spending agenda that is stalled in Congress. Trump also focused on his vision for the future.

Trump has steadily held rallies across the nation in which he focuses on timely issues as well as his grievances over the 2020 election results.

Trump’s address was held just hours after Mike Pence — his vice president and potential 2024 rival — urged Republicans to stop looking backward at the 44th National Conservative Student Conference.

Neither Trump nor Pence has publicly confirmed a run for president in 2024 — but their back-to-back events in Washington has sparked speculation of a potential showdown between the former White House team.

Veronica Dudo is the U.S. Correspondent for Ticker News covering America’s biggest headlines. As an Emmy® Award nominated global journalist, Veronica has traveled across the country and around the world reporting on historical events that connect all citizens. Lauded as an award-winning international journalist, Veronica has executed stellar news coverage for NBC News, CBS News, The Hill, ME-TV Network and AOL. Her stories have highlighted a plethora of topics ranging from breaking news and politics to economic affairs across the USA, European Union, and Asia; cultural affairs; globalization; governance; education; and sustainability.

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NASA astronauts phone home, confident Boeing’s Starliner will return to Earth safely

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Stranded NASA astronauts express confidence in Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft, assuring its capability to safely transport them back to Earth from the International Space Station.

The astronauts, over a video call to NASA, highlighted Starliner’s enhanced safety features and testing protocols as reassuring factors for their safe return.

“I have a real good feeling in my heart that this spacecraft will bring us home, no problem…”, said Sunita “Suni” Williams, one of the stranded NASA astronauts.

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Franchising vs. Independent: key differences to choosing the right SMB model

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With latest Australian Federal budget, many SMB’s are weighing their options when selecting a suitable business model.

Franchising provides brand recognition, operational support, and economies of scale but involves ongoing fees.

Independent businesses offer full control and profit retention but face higher costs and regulatory challenges.

For risk and reward, the franchising model reduces risk through established practices and support but involves ongoing fees and profit-sharing with the franchisor.

On the alternative, independent businesses retain full control of profits but face higher risks and responsibilities in managing the business.

Sonia Shwabsky, CEO at Kwik Kopy Australia, joins to share her key insights on SMB’s. #featured

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Boeing face delivery delays following guilty criminal charge plea

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Boeing’s deliveries are down after months of controversy, is it because they can’t make the planes, or because airlines right now don’t want them?

Boeing has agreed to plead guilty to a charge of conspiracy to defraud the United States in connection with the investigation into two fatal crashes involving its 737 MAX aircraft.

Boeing reported a significant 27% decrease in deliveries for June compared to the same month last year, possibly attributing the decrease to the companies ongoing controversies.

Aviation expert Geoffrey Thomas joins to discuss. #featured

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