"Under the leadership of President Donald Trump, not only will the American worker never be forgotten, but they will be championed".
President Trump and his daughter Ivanka have been slammed for making their products overseas.
The White House said Monday that nobody knows better than President Trump, whose name brands of shirts and ties have been made in places such as China or Indonesia, how hard it is to manufacture products in the U.S.
"As part of "Made in America" week, if the Trump Organization or Ivanka Trump's brands will make any kind of commitment to stop manufacturing gifts, clothes and other wares overseas", a reporter asked during the daily press briefing, which was not allowed to be televised.
Further, Made in America week has been met with a slew of stories in which journalists have wasted no time reminding the American public that many products carrying the Trump name aren't made here. Some of the Trump family's products, as Walker noted, are manufactured in other countries.
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President Trump will appear on the White House grounds today in order to kick off his administration's "Made in America" week. The Washington Post earlier reported that most of Ivanka's products are made by low-wage workers in countries like Bangladesh, Indonesia and China.
So they won't be celebrating any of their products this week because they don't meet America's "world standard for quality and craftsmanship". To this she responded by saying that she will get back to the question with a reply.
"The president's agenda - regulatory relief and tax relief - are focused on trying to make sure that all companies can hire here, can expand here, can manufacture here", Spicer said.
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.