It’s Made in America Week at the White House. We are highlighting the workers, farmers, and innovators that make our country great. But there is work to be done. We want to build, create, and grow more products in our country using American labor, American goods, and American grit. President Trump and his Administration are removing the burdens and regulations on American companies so that they can thrive.
ICYMI: President Trump Showcases Made in America products at the White House
On Monday, Made in America Products from all 50 states were displayed throughout the White House. The President, Vice President, Cabinet officials, Members of Congress, and other visitors toured the displays and spoke with the job creators behind the products.
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Vice President Pence Speaks at the 2017 Retail Advocates Summit
Yesterday, Vice President Pence discussed President Trump’s plan to unleash a new era of American opportunity and prosperity to members of the National Retail Federation. Retailers are rightly concerned about taxes, labor, and regulations. The Vice President made clear that the Administration is committed to fighting for them, “The President and I believe we have a responsibility to usher in a new era of jobs, of growth, of opportunity, and prosperity built on American principles — timeless American principles of growth.”
Department of the Interior Celebrates Made in America Week
Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke invited outdoor and recreation businesses to Washington D.C. to showcase products Made in America.
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PHOTO OF THE DAY
President Trump, Vice President Pence, and National Security Adviser Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster have lunch with Service Members | July 18, 2017 (Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)
POTUS AND VP TODAY
Today, the President has lunch with members of Congress to discuss healthcare. President Trump and Vice President Pence will also host American businesses at the White House to discuss ways to verify and protect Made in America products.
COMING UP THIS WEEK
Friday, President Trump welcomes survivors of the USS Arizona to the White House. On Saturday, President Trump will attend the USS Gerald R. Ford commissioning in Norfolk, Virginia.