Trump Participates in 'Made in America' Showcase at the White House


Ferre did not give a definitive answer when asked whether President Trump and Ivanka Trump would aim to make more of their products in America in compliance with this effort.

Public perceptions of Russia's role in last year's presidential contest and ongoing Republican troubles in reforming health care have dogged Trump's numbers.

President Trump spoke at the event, and in attendance were Vice President Mike Pence, Cabinet secretaries, members of Congress and the president's senior staff. Trump also proclaimed this week "Made in America" Week.

"For too long our government has forgotten the American worker", White House spokeswoman Helen Aguirre Ferré told reporters Sunday.

Critics have noted that while Trump repeatedly rails against American companies that manufacture goods overseas, many official Trump-branded products are also made abroad. And the company, Ivanka Trump's CEO basically said, "Look, we don't think it's possible".

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Kushner has had to add to his security clearance form twice to note meetings with Russian individuals that went unreported, The Hill is reporting.

The first daughter, who serves as a White House adviser, took a formal leave of absence from the brand in January, but kept her ownership stake and moved the assets into a trust.

"This is obviously very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russia and its government's support for Mr. Trump", Goldstone, who represents the son of an Azerbaijani-Russian businessman close to Russian government, wrote in the email to Trump Jr. "Everything is on the table", a White House official said.

Bloomberg News, which first reported the move, said he would serve as "traffic cop, enforcer of discipline and public spokesman" for the president's legal team as it grapples with simultaneous congressional and Justice Department investigations into the Trump campaign's Russian Federation contacts, which are consuming the president's politics more every day.

In keeping with the "America First" theme of Trump's inauguration, the administration will highlight USA manufacturing in the coming week, the latest of its theme weeks orchestrated by aides to bring discipline to the White House and focus Trump's schedule and message on a set of policies. John Edwards to the corrupt Jack Abramoff, would represent exclusively Kushner in queries conducted by congressional panels and special counsel to the Justice Department Robert Muller.