Yet as challenges back home bubble up, he is finding it harder to point to his country's own recent history, including the lingering remnants of President Donald Trump's tenure.
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The leaders were then treated to an extended flyover by the Red Arrows, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, flying in a formation of nine with red, white, and blue smoke on a clear Saturday evening.
“A lot of people who are out there looking are going to the privately owned restaurants,” said Amy Flener, a waiter with 20 years in the industry. “We want our holidays off. They're (private restaurants) giving you benefits. They’re giving you opportunities to work your way up much more than corporate restaurants.”
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The direct sun, with little shade available, took a toll on the audience, with the energy in the crowd dipping until Lindell introduced Donald Trump—who he described as the “real” president—on the Jumbotron, prompting a loud cheer. The crowd jumped to their feet, and collectively moved closer to the stage. Groups of people that had been off to the sides came toward the center to hear the former president return to two of his favorite themes: his baseless claim the election was stolen from him and his demonization of immigrants at the border.
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"Whether you're a recent high school graduate, a college student home for the summer, or simply someone looking for extra money, the number of part-time jobs available this summer is soaring," said Taryn Owen, president of PeopleReady. "As the world opens back up and things begin to return to normal, businesses have many roles they are looking to fill, which can make for a perfect summer job or something more long-term for job seekers who want flexibility."