Trump News August 21, 2017

Tonight, President Donald J. Trump will address the Nation from Fort Myer, Virginia, on the South Asia strategy. Watch live at 9:00pm EST.


Reforming the Federal Bureaucracy 
Last week, President Trump signed an Executive Order that fulfilled his commitment to simplify the Federal environmental review and permitting for major infrastructure projects. The President’s action will ensure more timely and efficient infrastructure investments that will strengthen the American economy, make our country more competitive, create jobs and increase wages for workers, and reduce the costs of goods and services for our families.
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President Trump and Attorney General Sessions Stand Up Against Lawless Sanctuary Cities
Last week, Attorney General Sessions delivered remarks outlining the danger of sanctuary policies, and the Trump Administration’s efforts to bring law and order to America’s communities.
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Vice President Pence’s Trip to Latin America 
Vice President Pence finished his trip to Central and South America. He spoke to business leaders about advancing prosperity and economic growth throughout the Western Hemisphere and said that Latin America’s progress will mean more jobs and more growth in the United States of America.
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President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence at Camp David | August 18, 2017 (Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian)


This afternoon, Vice President Pence will host students from Cornerstone Schools for a Great American Solar Eclipse viewing event at the Naval Observatory. Later, the President and the Vice President will participate in a swearing-in ceremony of Woody Johnson as the United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Tonight, President Trump will address the Nation. Watch live at 9:00pm EST.


President Trump will travel to Arizona on Tuesday to tour the border and discuss securing our Nation. On Wednesday, the President will address the National Convention of the American Legion in Nevada.

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