One problem with a partisan, agenda-driven bias of any kind is that they can finally run into reality checks that refute the alleged claims and concerns.
For months, certain figures in politics and the media have beaten-the-drum that the president should be removed from office under the 25th Amendment as supposedly being unfit for duty.
The medical exams reported in the two videos – above, from left-of-center CNBC, the below from right of center Fox News – ought to end those claims. The president is in “excellent health,” could stand to lose some weight, but he did “exceedingly well” in his cognitive evaluations.
But what ought to happen, and what does isn’t always what occurs in Washington, D.C.
The media, per Newsbusters went some 90 percent anti-Trump in their coverage during 2017. Other media analysis sources came up with similar statistical results of media bias during the year.
While there are a variety of reports and indicators that the industry could be doing far better than it is, the reasons for its lagging aren’t due to an anti-business agenda from the Trump Administration.
In fact, per reports from a variety of sources, it was a Trump Administration official that made the decision to finally remove Pam Danner from her largely unpopular term in the oversight role at the manufactured housing program at HUD.
Shake Up at HUD Manufactured Housing Program May Stop Industry Overregulation, per MH State Association
There are several positive indictors as well pro-growth steps that have come as a direct result of President Trump’s policies. A report in the morning will highlight what an MHI member manufactured home producer sees as the outlook, as a result of pro-growth policies promoted by the White House.
The Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform (MHARR) has consistently heaped praise on the Trump Administration for its pro-business, and regulatory roll back promises, and now, actions.
The Manufactured Housing Institute has finally provided a series of written responses to concerns raised by a number of industry members. MHI did so to via an email to their members, as they ask them to renew their annual membership dues. Let’s make this hyper-simple.
By contrast, sources say that the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) – while claiming to be for regulatory rollback, and pro-administration, has had to back-peddle and do u-turns on several issues, see the link above for examples. ## (News, analysis, commentary.)
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Submitted by Soheyla Kovach to the Daily Business News for MHProNews.com.