This is "Made in America" Week

'Where's The Fire?' Asks Donald Trump, Seated In Red Fire Truck. See Pics

'Where's The Fire?' Asks Donald Trump, Seated In Red Fire Truck. See Pics

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has been hiding from the public.

"Turkey. While President Trump and his administration are importuning others to 'make it in America, ' maybe he should demand it of his businesses first?"

During Monday's press briefing, Spicer was asked if President Donald Trump broached the subject with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko when he visited the White House last month.

But Trump offered up no new policy or specific action that would advance those goals, signing only a symbolic "Made in America" proclamation and promising still-unrevealed policies that would make U.S. manufacturers "so happy".

Addressing the exhibitors, Trump said his administration's policies were aimed at creating more manufacturing jobs in the US, including his support of Senate Republican health care legislation that the Congressional Budget Office said would leave 22 million more Americans without coverage.

Trump and his family have endured criticism that their own products are manufactured overseas.

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"For too long our government has forgotten the American worker", White House spokeswoman Helen Aguirre Ferré told reporters in a call on Sunday. Of course there's a market because we depend in this country for many goods and services, some of which are made in America some of which aren't. Many companies see the office's work as a check on foreign competitors who operate under loose labor rules, and they depend on the bureau's reports on global labor conditions to inform their compliance efforts. According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the USA has lost five million manufacturing jobs since 2000.

President Trump and his daughter Ivanka have been slammed for making their products overseas.

First, the President's tweet this morning: "Most politicians would have gone to a meeting like the one Don jr attended in order to get info on an opponent".

"Again, it's not appropriate me for to stand up here and comment about a business and I believe that's a little out of bounds", he said, as the line of questioning wound down at the press briefing.

During a memorable campaign stop in August 2016, Democratic rival Hillary Clinton held up a Trump-branded tie made China as she assailed the Republican nominee for suits stitched in Mexico, furniture created in Turkey and picture frames made in India. "We used to have made in the U.S., made in America", Trump said.

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