Tervis part of White House's 'Made in America' week

Tervis part of White House's 'Made in America' week

Tervis part of White House's 'Made in America' week

Following a week where Russian Federation revelations and criticism of Senate Republicans' efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare dominated the headlines, the White House hoped to change the narrative by declaring a "Made in America" week. Definitely an experience that would make any five-year-old jealous.

On Monday, Chris Reynolds and George Wise of the Campbellsville Apparel Company of Campbellsville, Kentucky, were part of the 50 state products on display during the Made in America Product Showcase. Trump said at the event. Trump also has plans to head to Virginia for the commissioning of the U.S.S. Gerald Ford Aircraft carrier.

President Trump honors Rogan Donelly, president of the Venice company.

"But I will say that it is quite often for people who are given information during the heat of a campaign to ask what that is". Trump toured a product showcase at the White House Monday afternoon and proclaimed July 17 "Made in America Day".

Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton criticized him over this, but Trump responded by blaming the economic policies of the Obama administration for forcing him to have items produced overseas.

The president is expected to shift gears from the tournament to promoting the "Made in America" theme this week.

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Despite his questionable integrity when it comes to adhering to "Made in America" principles, one thing is for certain.

"Any lowering of such standards would harm American workers by making the global labor market less fair, giving a competitive advantage to countries who do not play by the rules", the companies wrote.

The day provided an opportunity for Trump to turn the page away from the Russia-related controversies swirling around his administration and instead provide images of him marveling at a host of products made in all 50 USA states.

Spicer also offered the "decline of newspapers" as an example of a product lacking demand in the United States.

"For too long our government has forgotten the American worker", Ferre said. "But I would refer you back to counsel on that one", Spicer said at an off-camera briefing with reporters, reports CNN.

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