Category Archives: Statements

Truman in the News – June 2020

Truman Byline 6/1/2020, Just Security, A Bipartisan Push in Congress to Fight the ‘Parallel Pandemic’ of Human Rights Abuses Abroad, Rob Berschinski, Truman Security Fellow 6/1/2020, Post and Courier, Foreign adversaries, homegrown terrorist recruitment and black pain, by Muhammad Fraser-Rahim, Truman Security Fellow 6/2/2020, Politico, Chinese propagandists seize on George Floyd protests, by David Wertime,…
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A statement from Truman’s President and CEO Jenna Ben-Yehuda in response to nationwide protests and escalatory police violence and political rhetoric

WASHINGTON, DC – In response to nationwide protests and escalatory police violence and political rhetoric, Truman President and CEO Jenna Ben-Yehuda issued the following statement:  “Our nation is convulsing in pain and grief and anger.  Black people are not safe from police violence and this long history of violence and justice denied has brought us…
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Truman in the News – May 2020

Truman Byline 5/1/2020, Washington Post, Pete Buttigieg: China wants four more years of Trump, by Pete Buttigieg, Truman Security Fellow 5/12/2020, Taylor & Francis Online, Making Peace When the Whole World Has Come to Fight: The Mediation of Internationalized Civil Wars, by Sean Kane, Truman Security Fellow 5/13/2020, Foreign Policy, The United States Can’t Afford to Turn…
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Truman’s Statement on the Trump Administration’s dismissal of State Department Inspector General, Steve Linick

WASHINGTON DC - The Truman National Security Project condemns the Trump administration’s dismissal of State Department Inspector General Steve Linick and fully supports the Congressional probe into Mr. Linick’s dismissal launched by Congressman Eliot Engel and Senator Robert Menendez. Linick’s removal, which appears to be in retaliation for his efforts to investigate the president’s sale…
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Truman’s Statement on the DOJ’s Attempt to Drop Charges Against Michael Flynn

WASHINGTON, DC - The Department of Justice’s attempt to dismiss the charges against Michael Flynn represents the latest act by Attorney General William Barr in a long line of efforts to decimate the separation of powers enshrined in the Constitution. These efforts place President Trump’s personal interests over the safety and security of our nation…
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Truman Welcomes New Executive Vice President Jon Margolick

WASHINGTON, DC — Truman Center for National Policy (501c3) and Truman National Security Project (501c4) are proud to welcome Jon Margolick as Executive Vice President. In this role, Jon will lead strategic engagement with Truman’s distinguished membership that includes over 2,000 national security leaders across 16 nationwide chapters. Truman members are senior government officials, campaign…
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Truman’s Statement on President Trump’s COVID-19 Immigration Proclamation

Truman National Security Project Condemns President Trump’s Proclamation Suspending Immigrant Entry into the United States  WASHINGTON, DC - Yesterday, President Trump released a proclamation suspending the entry and processing of some immigrant categories into the United States. The Truman National Security Project denounces this act for what it is: an attempt to use the chaos…
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Truman’s Statement on the Rollback of Clean Car Standards

March 31, 2020 (Washington, D.C.) - Today, the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced their plan to move forward with rolling back fuel emission standards for model years 2021-2026 passenger cars and light trucks. The final rule, Safer Affordable Fuel-Efficient (SAFE) Vehicles Rule,…
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