3つの言葉：Made in America
ドナルド・J・トランプ大統領が「Made in America Product Showcase
D. Myles Cullenによる公式ホワイトハウス写真
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【ＵＳＡMail magazine from the White House 2018-07-25】
The Day Ahead
Visiting Missouri, President Donald J. Trump will speak at the national convention for the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. Watch live at 12:30 p.m. ET.
Three words: Made in America
Boots from Texas, snowboards from Colorado, F-150 trucks from Michigan, and baseball bats from Pennsylvania—yesterday, products proudly made in the United States were on full display at President Trump’s second annual “Made in America” exhibit at the White House.
American manufacturing is back, as yesterday’s event showed the world. Nearly 350,000 manufacturing jobs have been created since President Trump took office, and surveys show that optimism among U.S. manufacturers recently hit an all-time high. “Our leaders in Washington did nothing—they did nothing. They let our factories leave. They let our people lose their jobs,” President Trump said.
“That’s not free trade. That’s fool’s trade,” the President added.
America can do better—and it has. As a first order of business, President Trump is renegotiating past trade deals to benefit American workers. That tough line has already paid off: The Administration secured key changes to America’s trade agreement with South Korea, which includes provisions to increase U.S. automobile exports.
Senate confirms new Veterans Affairs leader
In an 86-9 vote last night, the Senate confirmed President Trump’s choice to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs, Lieutenant Colonel Robert Wilkie.
The son of a wounded combat soldier, Wilkie understands the crucial role the VA plays for America’s veterans and their families. Wilkie himself is a veteran, having served on active duty from 2009 to 2010 and again in 2014. He is currently a United States Air Force Reservist.
“He has displayed great patriotism and a commitment to supporting and empowering America’s armed forces and veterans,” President Trump said of Secretary Wilkie. “Under his leadership, I have no doubt that the Department of Veterans Affairs will continue to make strides.”
Photo of the Day
Official White House Photo by D. Myles Cullen
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