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President Trump's Big League Results In The White House

- February 28, 2017

SINCE TAKING OFFICE, PRESIDENT TRUMP HAS TAKEN BOLD AND DECISIVE ACTION ON MULTIPLE FRONTS TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN

Since He Took Office, President Trump Has Taken Steps To Deliver What Voters Want: The Growth And Creation Of Manufacturing Jobs In The U.S.

In A Poll Conducted Before He Took Office, Voters Wanted President-Elect Trump To Focus On Manufacturing Job Creation. "Voters want President-elect Donald Trump to focus on bringing back manufacturing jobs from overseas and preventing more jobs from leaving the country when he takes office later this month." (Steven Shepard, "Voters Want Trump To Concentrate On Jobs," Politico , 1/4/17)

A Majority Of Voters Say They Believe President Trump Is Keeping His Campaign Promises . "A majority of voters say they believe President Donald Trump is keeping his campaign promises, according to a new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll that confirms what is expected to be the central theme of his first speech to a joint session of Congress." (Jake Sherman, "Poll: Trump Is Delivering On His Campaign Promises," POLITICO , 2/28/17)

  • Fifty-Six Percent Of Voters Say President Trump Is Staying True To His Campaign Message And Sixty-Six Percent Say President Trump Has Accomplished What Was Expected Of Him. "A new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll shows that 56 percent of 2,000 registered voters polled Feb. 24 through Feb. 26 say that Trump is staying true to his 2016 campaign message, and 66 percent say Trump has accomplished what was expected of him - or more." (Jake Sherman, "Poll: Trump Is Delivering On His Campaign Promises," POLITICO , 2/28/17)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Announced "The Manufacturing Jobs Initiative," Which Allows "Some Of The World's Most Successful And Creative Business Leaders To Share Their Experiences And Gain Their Insights." "President Trump announced today that as part of his overall job creation agenda he will launch a Manufacturing Jobs Initiative. The President will be meeting with some of the world's most successful and creative business leaders to share their experiences and gain their insights." ("President Trump Announces Manufacturing Jobs Initiative," The White House , 1/27/17)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Issued A Presidential Memorandum Ordering The Use Of American-Made Raw Materials And Equipment To Build Pipelines Located In The U.S. "The Secretary of Commerce, in consultation with all relevant executive departments and agencies, shall develop a plan under which all new pipelines, as well as retrofitted, repaired, or expanded pipelines, inside the borders of the United States, including portions of pipelines, use materials and equipment produced in the United States, to the maximum extent possible and to the extent permitted by law." ("Presidential Memorandum Regarding Construction Of American Pipelines," The White House , 1/24/17)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Met With Small Business Owners "To Get Input On How To Spur Job Creation And Help Businesses Like Theirs Succeed." "On Monday, President Trump met with small business owners to get input on how to spur job creation and help businesses like theirs succeed." ("President Trump's Second Week Of Action," The White House , 2/4/17)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Met With Union Leaders To "Encourage American Manufacturing." " On Thursday, President Trump met with the executives of Harley-Davidson and union representatives to encourage American manufacturing." ("President Trump's Second Week Of Action," The White House , 2/4/17)

Major Companies Are Choosing To Re-Invest In America As A Direct Result Of President Trump's Election

IndyStar Headline: "Donald Trump's Deal With Carrier Could Save 1,000 Jobs In Indianapolis." (James Briggs and Chelsea Schneider And Tony Cook, "Donald Trump's Deal With Carrier Could Save 1,000 Jobs In Indianapolis," IndyStar , 11/30/16)

CNN Headline: "Ford Cancels Mexico Plant. Will Create 700 U.S. Jobs In 'Vote Of Confidence' In Trump." (Heather Long and Poppy Harlow, "Ford Cancels Mexico Plant. Will Create 700 U.S. Jobs In 'Vote Of Confidence' In Trump," CNN , 1/3/17)

Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure: "We Are Excited To Work With President-Elect Trump And His Administration To Do Our Part To Drive Economic Growth And Create Jobs In The U.S." ("Sprint Announces Commitment To Create Or Bring Back To America 5,000 Jobs," Sprint Newsroom , 12/28/16)

  • Sprint Decided To Keep 5,000 Jobs In The United States. "President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday took credit for Sprint's decision to keep 5,000 jobs in the United States, as well as OneWeb's plan to add 3,000 jobs in the U.S. Trump said the deal 'was done through' SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son, a Japanese billionaire and technology investor." (Jacob Pramuk, "Trump Takes Credit For spring Plan To Keep 5,000 Jobs In The U.S.," CNBC , 12/29/16)

Amazon Announced It Was Planning To Add More Than 100,000 Jobs In The U.S. Over The Next 18 Months. "Amazon.com Inc. on Thursday said it plans to create more than 100,000 full-time jobs in the U.S. within the next 18 months, leveraging plans already in the works in part to patch up its contentious relationship with President-elect Donald Trump. The additional jobs would swell Amazon's U.S. workforce to 280,000, compared with 30,000 in 2011." (Laura Stevens, "Amazon Touts Job-Creation Plans, Patching Up Rift With Trump," The Wall Street Journal , 1/12/17)

  • Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Made The Announcement After Meeting With President-Elect Trump In December At Trump Tower, And Incoming White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer Said Trump Was "Pleased To Have Played A Role" In Amazon's Announcement. "While the company, in its press release, did not mention Trump by name, the Washington state tech giant joins a list of companies that have during the presidential-transition period announced plans to add workers in the U.S. Trump has personally pushed for the firms to take such steps, including reaching out individually to U.S. companies and has celebrated his role in the announcements, including some that had been planned before he was elected. Trump is 'pleased to have played a role' in the Amazon hiring pledge, Sean Spicer, a spokesman for the transition said today on a conference call with reporters. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos was an attendee at a high-level meeting of tech executives with the president-elect at Trump Tower last month." (Nancy Scola, "Amazon Joins Wave Of Companies Announcing Job Growth Plans," Politico , 1/12/17)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Hosted The CEO Of Intel, Who Announced Plans To Build A New Factory That Will Provide "3,000 Direct High-Paying, High-Wage, High-Tech Jobs" "And Over 10,000 Jobs" For Support Staff. INTEL CEO BRIAN KRZANICH: "It's an honor to be here today representing Intel and to be able to announce our $7 billion investment in our newest, most advanced factory -- Fab 42 in Chandler, Arizona. We'll be completing that factory to make the most advanced 7-nanometer semiconductor chips on the planet... And Fab 42 is an investment in Intel, but also the U.S.'s future in innovation and leadership in the semiconductor industry. Fab 42 will employ approximately 3,000 direct high-paying, high-wage, high-tech jobs at its peak, and over 10,000 people in the Arizona area in support of the factory." ("Remarks by President Trump and Intel CEO Brian Krzanich on U.S. Jobs," The White House , 2/8/17)

Trans-Lux President And CEO J.M. Allain Said "With Trump's Win…The Company Is Accelerating Its Move Back To The U.S. With The Goal To Make All Of Its Products In American Within A Year." "About 60% of Trans-Lux's production was already in the U.S. -- in a 68,000-square-foot plant that employs 75 people in Des Moines, Iowa. Trans-Lux had been planning to shift more production back to the U.S., and a few months ago it begin using a refurbished former Ford Motor factory in St. Louis, Missouri. But in the final run-up to the election, as Trump beefed up his tough talk on protecting domestic manufacturing at all costs, Allain considered making a change much sooner. 'Earlier this year, we didn't think Donald Trump would win,' said [Trans-Lux President & CEO J.M.] Allain. 'But we closely watched his campaign and listened to his protectionist rhetoric. His win forced us to reevaluate our plans in China.' Now with Trump's win, Allain said the company is accelerating its move back to the U.S., with the goal to make all of its products in America within a year." (Parija Kavilanz, "Trump's Win Pushed This Manufacturer To Return To The U.S., CNN , 12/7/16)

In The Wake Of Trump's Victory, Stanley Black & Decker, "One Of The Nation's Best-Known Toolmakers," Said It Would Onshore More Of Its Manufacturing, "Including A Construction Of A New $35 Million Factory" To Produce Craftsman Brand Products. "One of the nation's best-known toolmakers, Stanley Black & Decker, said Thursday that it will move more manufacturing back to the U.S. from overseas, including construction of a new $35 million factory after acquiring the Craftsman brand from ailing retailer Sears Holdings." (Nathan Bomey, "Stanley Black & Decker To Open U.S. Plant After Trump's 'Border Tax' Threat," USA Today , 1/5/17)

Hyundai Motor Group Announced It Would Be Boosting Its Investment In The U.S. By $3.1 Billion Over Five Years, A 50 Percent Increase, And May Build A New U.S. Plant. "The Hyundai Motor Group said it plans to lift U.S. investment by 50 percent to $3.1 billion over five years and may build a new plant there - the latest auto firm to announce fresh spending after President-elect Donald Trump threatened to tax imports." (Hyunjoo Jin, "Hyundai Motor To Boost U .S. Investment As Automakers Respond To Trump," Reuters , 1/17/17)

  • Hyundai Motor President Chung Jin-Haeng Said That The Company Expects "A Boost In The U.S. Economy And Increased Demand" As A Result Of Trump's Presidency. "The planned U.S. investment by South Korea's two largest automakers is about 50 percent more than the $2.1 billion they spent in the previous five-year period, Hyundai Motor President Chung Jin-haeng told reporters in Seoul on Tuesday. The group is considering building a new factory in the U.S. and may produce Hyundai Motor's upscale Genesis vehicles and a U.S.-specific SUV in the country, said the executive, who also oversees the strategic planning for Kia. 'We expect a boost in the U.S. economy and increased demand for various models as President-elect Trump follows through on his promise to create one million jobs in five years,' Chung said." (Sohee Kim, "Hyundai-Kia To Invest $3.1 Billion In U.S., Mull New Plant," Bloomberg , 1/17/17)

As Promised, President Trump Is Fulfilling A Central Focus Of His Campaign And Taking Steps To Reform Trade Agreements To Stop Existing Jobs From Going Overseas

President Trump Made Job Losses From Outsourcing "A Focus Of His Campaign" And Pledged To Bring Back Outsourced Work." "Trump made job losses across industrial areas a focus of his campaign and pledged to bring back outsourced work." (Nathaniel Meyersohn, "Trump Launches Manufacturing Initiative With Business Leaders," CNN Money , 1/27/17)

  • In His First Month In Office, President Trump Issued A Presidential Memorandum Ordering The "Withdrawal Of The United States From The Trans-Pacific Partnership Negotiations And Agreement" To "Protect American Workers And Raise American Wages." "Based on these principles, and by the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, I hereby direct you to withdraw the United States as a signatory to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), to permanently withdraw the United States from TPP negotiations, and to begin pursuing, wherever possible, bilateral trade negotiations to promote American industry, protect American workers, and raise American wages." ("Presidential Memorandum Regarding Withdrawal Of The United States From The Trans-Pacific Partnership Negotiations And Agreement," The White House , 1/23/17)

On The Campaign Trail, Donald Trump Pledged He Would Announce His Intention To Renegotiate The North American Free Trade Agreement. "First, I will announce my intention to renegotiate NAFTA or withdraw from the deal under Article 2205." ("Donald J. Trump Contract With The American Voter," Donald Trump For President , 10/22/16)

  • In His First Month In Office, President Trump Announced His Commitment To Renegotiate The North American Free Trade Agreement. "President Trump is committed to renegotiating NAFTA. If our partners refuse a renegotiation that gives American workers a fair deal, then the President will give notice of the United States' intent to withdraw from NAFTA." ("Trade Deals That Work For All Americans," The White House )

As Promised, President Trump Is "Sharply" Moving From Anti-Growth Polices And Putting "High-Priority Infrastructure Projects" On The Fast Track To Approval

On The Campaign Trail, Donald Trump Pledged He Would "Allow Vital Energy Infrastructure Projects, Like The Keystone Pipeline, To Move Forward." "Sixth, lift the Obama-Clinton roadblocks and allow vital energy infrastructure projects, like the Keystone Pipeline, to move forward." ("Donald J. Trump Contract With The American Voter," Donald Trump For President , 10/22/16)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Issued An Executive Order "Expediting Environmental Reviews And Approvals For High Priority Infrastructure Projects." "To that end, it is the policy of the executive branch to streamline and expedite, in a manner consistent with law, environmental reviews and approvals for all infrastructure projects, especially projects that are a high priority for the Nation, such as improving the U.S. electric grid and telecommunications systems and repairing and upgrading critical port facilities, airports, pipelines, bridges, and highways." ("Executive Order Expediting Environmental Reviews And Approvals For High Priority Infrastructure Projects," The White House , 1/24/17)

President Trump "Sharply Changed" The Federal Government's Approach To Allow For The Approval Of Two Major Oil Pipelines And Curb Regulations. "President Trump sharply changed the federal government's approach to the environment on Tuesday as he cleared the way for two major oil pipelines that had been blocked, and set in motion a plan to curb regulations that slow other building projects." (Peter Baker and Coral Davenport, "Trump Revives Keystone Pipeline Rejected by Obama," The New York Times , 1/24/17)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Issued A Presidential Memorandum Expediting The Building Of The Dakota Access Pipeline. "I believe that construction and operation of lawfully permitted pipeline infrastructure serve the national interest." ("Presidential Memorandum Regarding Construction Of The Dakota Access Pipeline," The White House , 1/24/17)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Issued A Presidential Memorandum Encouraging The Construction Of The Long-Delayed Keystone XL Pipeline. "I hereby invite TransCanada Keystone Pipeline, L.P., to promptly re-submit its application to the Department of State for a Presidential permit for the construction and operation of the Keystone XL Pipeline, a major pipeline for the importation of petroleum from Canada to the United States." ("Presidential Memorandum Regarding Construction Of The Keystone XL Pipeline," The White House , 1/24/17)

As Promised, President Trump Is Removing Regulatory Burdens And Lowering Compliance Costs For Businesses To Protect Jobs And Drive Growth And Business Confidence

President Trump's Pledged To Roll Back Regulations Have Helped Drive Investor And Business Optimism. "Pledges to roll back regulations and slash taxes for individuals and corporations have helped to drive investor and business executive optimism." (Jacob Pramuk, "Trump Signs Another Executive Order In Push To Slash Regulations," CNBC , 1/24/17)

On The Campaign Trail, Donald Trump Pledged He Would Require That For Every New Federal Regulation, Two Must Be Eliminated. "Third, a requirement that for every new federal regulation, two existing regulations must be eliminated." ("Donald J. Trump Contract With The American Voter," Donald Trump For President , 10/22/16)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Issued An Executive Order "Reducing Regulation And Controlling Regulatory Costs" By Requiring That For Every One New Federal Regulation Issued Two Must Be Repealed. "Toward that end, it is important that for every one new regulation issued, at least two prior regulations be identified for elimination, and that the cost of planned regulations be prudently managed and controlled through a budgeting process." ("Presidential Executive Order On Reducing Regulation And Controlling Regulatory Costs," The White House , 1/30/17)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Issued A Presidential Memorandum Ordering A Federal "Regulatory Freeze." "Subject to any exceptions the Director or Acting Director of the Office of Management and Budget allows for emergency situations or other urgent circumstances relating to health, safety, financial, or national security matters, or otherwise, send no regulation to the Office of the Federal Register until a department or agency head appointed or designated by the President after noon on January 20, 2017, reviews and approves the regulation." ("Memorandum For The Heads Of Executive Departments And Agencies," The White House , 1/20/17)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Signed Into Law House Joint Resolution 41, A Bill "Eliminating A Costly Regulation That Threatened To Put Domestic Extraction Companies And Their Employees At An Unfair Disadvantage." "Today, President Donald J. Trump signed legislation (House Joint Resolution 41) eliminating a costly regulation that threatened to put domestic extraction companies and their employees at an unfair disadvantage." (Press Release, "President Trump: Cutting Red Tape For American Businesses," The White House , 2/14/17)

  • This Bill Will Save Businesses As Much As $600 Million In Regulatory Compliance Costs. "This legislation could save American businesses as much as $600 million annually in regulatory compliance costs and spare them 200,000 hours of paperwork." (Press Release, "President Trump: Cutting Red Tape For American Businesses," The White House , 2/14/17)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Signed Into Law House Joint Resolution 38, A Bill To "Stop The Costly Stream Protection Rule From Further Harming Coal Workers And The Communities That Depend On Them." "Today, President Donald J. Trump signed legislation (House Joint Resolution 38) to stop the costly Stream Protection Rule from further harming coal workers and the communities that depend on them." (Press Release, "President Trump: Putting Coal Country Back To Work," The White House , 2/16/17)

  • This Bill Prevents A Regulation From Taking Effect That Would "Threatened The Coal Industry With Millions Of Dollars In Compliance Costs." "The blocked regulation threatened the coal industry with millions of dollars in compliance costs." (Press Release, "President Trump: Putting Coal Country Back To Work," The White House , 2/16/17)
  • The Regulation At Issue Would Have Threatened Between 40,000 To 78,000 Jobs. "The research, commissioned by the National Mining Association (NMA), said the stream protection rule threatens 40,000 to 78,000 coal mining jobs, on top of the 40,000 already lost since 2011." (Timothy Cama, "Industry Study: Mining Rule Would Kill 281k Jobs," The Hill , 10/26/15)

President Trump Signed An Executive Order To Undo President Obama's Waters Of The United States Rule. "Trump signed the executive orders in back-to-back signing ceremonies at the White House on Tuesday. The first seeks to undo the Waters of the United States rule, an Obama administration regulation that sought to reinterpret the Clean Water Act to extend federal protections to smaller rivers and streams." (Gregory Korte, "Trump Signs Orders On Waters Rule, Black Colleges," USA Today , 2/28/17)

As Promised, President Trump Has Moved To Start The Process Of Relieving Americans From The Onerous Economic Burdens Of Obamacare

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Issued An Executive Order Instructing Federal Agencies To Minimize The "Economic And Regulatory Burdens" Of Obamacare. "In the meantime, pending such repeal, it is imperative for the executive branch to ensure that the law is being efficiently implemented, take all actions consistent with law to minimize the unwarranted economic and regulatory burdens of the Act, and prepare to afford the States more flexibility and control to create a more free and open healthcare market." ("Executive Order Minimizing The Economic Burden Of The Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act Pending Repeal," The White House , 1/20/17)

President Trump Announced His Nominee For The Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch, A "Brilliant, Thoughtful, And Charming" Jurist Respected By His Liberal Peers

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch To Be The Next Associate Justice Of The United States Supreme Court. "President Trump's Nominee for the Supreme Court Neil M. Gorsuch" (Press Release, "President Trump's Nominee For The Supreme Court Neil M. Gorsuch," The White House , 1/31/17)

  • According To The Boulder Daily Camera's Alex Burness, Judge Gorsuch "Is Widely Respected Among His Disproportionately Liberal Peers, Colleagues And Students In Boulder, Who Describe Him As Brilliant, Thoughtful, And Charming." "He is widely respected among his disproportionately liberal peers, colleagues and students in Boulder, who describe him as brilliant, thoughtful and charming." (Alex Burness, "Students Of Supreme Court Candidate Neil Gorsuch At CU Law School Cite Fairness, Dedication To Truth," The Boulder Daily Camera , 1/31/17)

President Trump Has Taken Action To Help Keep America Safe And Protect Our National Security And Borders

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Issued An Executive Order Improving "Border Security And Immigration Enforcement." "The purpose of this order is to direct executive departments and agencies to deploy all lawful means to secure the Nation's southern border, to prevent further illegal immigration into the United States, and to repatriate illegal aliens swiftly, consistently, and humanely." ("Executive Order: Border Security And Immigration Enforcement Improvements," The White House , 1/25/17)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Issued An Executive Order Giving The Attorney General The Power To Cut Off Federal Funds To Sanctuary Cities. "In furtherance of this policy, the Attorney General and the Secretary, in their discretion and to the extent consistent with law, shall ensure that jurisdictions that willfully refuse to comply with 8 U.S.C. 1373 (sanctuary jurisdictions) are not eligible to receive Federal grants, except as deemed necessary for law enforcement purposes by the Attorney General or the Secretary." ("Executive Order: Enhancing Public Safety In The Interior Of The United States," The White House , 1/25/17)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Issued A Presidential Memorandum Requiring The Development Of A "Comprehensive Plan" To Defeat The Islamic State Of Iraq And Syria. "For those reasons I am directing my Administration to develop a comprehensive plan to defeat ISIS." ("Presidential Memorandum Plan To Defeat The Islamic State Of Iraq And Syria," The White House , 1/28/17)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Sanctioned 25 Individuals And Entities That Provide Support To Iran's Ballistic Missile Program And The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps' Quds Force. "On Friday, the Trump administration sanctioned twenty-five individuals and entities that provide support to Iran's ballistic missile program and to the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps' Quds Force." ("President Trump's Second Week Of Action," The White House , 2/4/17)

President Trump Is Restoring The Integrity Of The Executive Branch By Imposing Limits On Future Lobbying

President Donald Trump Acted To "Drain The Swamp" And Crack Down On Lobbying And Influence Peddling. "President Donald Trump acted Saturday to fulfill a key portion of his pledge to 'drain the swamp' in Washington, banning administration officials from ever lobbying the U.S. on behalf of a foreign government and imposing a separate five-year ban on other lobbying." ("Trump Sets 5-Year And Lifetime Lobbying Ban For Officials," The Associated Press , 1/28/17)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Issued An Executive Order Requiring "Ethics Commitments" From Executive Branch Appointees. "Every appointee in every executive agency appointed on or after January 20, 2017, shall sign, and upon signing shall be contractually committed to, the following pledge upon becoming an appointee." ("Executive Order: Ethics Commitments By Executive Branch Appointees," The White House , 1/28/17)

  • The Order Requires Executive Branch Appointees To Pledge They Will Not Engage In Lobbying Activities With Their Employer For A Period Of Five Years. " I will not, within 5 years after the termination of my employment as an appointee in any executive agency in which I am appointed to serve, engage in lobbying activities with respect to that agency." ("Executive Order: Ethics Commitments By Executive Branch Appointees," The White House , 1/28/17)
  • The Order Requires Executive Branch Appointees To Pledge They Will Never Engage In Lobbying Activities With A Foreign Government. "I will not, at any time after the termination of my employment in the United States Government, engage in any activity on behalf of any foreign government or foreign political party which, were it undertaken on January 20, 2017, would require me to register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938, as amended." ("Executive Order: Ethics Commitments By Executive Branch Appointees," The White House , 1/28/17)

President Trump Is Saving Millions Of Taxpayer Dollars And Reducing Federal Spending

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Has Saved Taxpayers Over $700 Million On A New Batch Of F-35 Fighters. "After negotiations with Lockheed Martin, President Trump saved Americans $700 million on a new batch of F-35 fighters." ("President Donald J. Trump's First Month: Achieving Results For The American People," The White House , 2/20/17)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump Issued A Presidential Memorandum Freezing Federal Hiring Except For Positions Related To "National Security Or Public Safety." "By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, I hereby order a freeze on the hiring of Federal civilian employees to be applied across the board in the executive branch." ("Presidential Memorandum Regarding The Hiring Freeze," The White House , 1/23/17)

President Trump Is Working To Help Female Entrepreneur And African American Communities

President Trump Launched A "Bilateral Initiative Aimed At "Boosting Women Entrepreneurs." "President Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled a bilateral initiative Monday aimed at boosting women entrepreneurs, announcing the new panel at a roundtable on the issue in Washington." (Sarah Westwood, "Trump, Trudeau Launch Women Business Leaders' Council," The Washington Examiner , 2/13/17)

In His First Month In Office, President Trump And Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Launched The United States-Canada Council For Advancement Of Women Entrepreneurs And Business Leaders. "President Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau launched the United States-Canada Council for Advancement of Women Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders." ("President Donald J. Trump's First Month: Achieving Results For The American People," The White House , 2/20/17)

President Trump Signed A Bill Directing NASA To Encourage Female Students To Study And Pursue Careers In Science, Technology, Engineering And Math. "One bill (HR 321) would direct the NASA administrator to encourage female students to study and pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math." (Michael Bender, "Trump To Sign Bills Repealing Obama-Era Regulations On Firearms, Water," The Wall Street Journal , 2/28/17)

President Trump Signed A Bill Encouraging The National Science Foundation To Support Entrepreneurial Programs For Women In Science, Technology, Engineering And Math. "The second (HR 255) would encourage the National Science Foundation to support entrepreneurial programs for women in the STEM fields." (Michael Bender, "Trump To Sign Bills Repealing Obama-Era Regulations On Firearms, Water," The Wall Street Journal , 2/28/17)

President Trump Signed An Executive Order To "Bolster" Historically Black Colleges And Universities Through A White House Initiative. "President Trump will sign an executive order to bolster historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) on Tuesday. The order will do this by moving the moving the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities, which was previously part of the Department of Education, back to the White House." (Jacqueline Alamany, "Trump Issues Executive Orders On HBCUs, Environmental Regulations," CBS News , 2/28/17)

 


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