Donald Trump's presidential re-election campaign made a $50,000 payment in June to the law office now representing Donald Trump Jr. more than a week before revelations that the president's son had met with a Russian lawyer during the campaign. Kushner is under scrutiny for his connection to Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer and the digital campaign he runs for the president. "We're going to put that brand on our products because it means it's the best".
For the entire week, President Trump and his administration will honor American workers and companies who make products here in the U.S. The campaign will focus on American values, and is set to continue through the rest of July before the President barnstorms the Midwest to rally support for tax reform.
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.
"If something goes wrong, how do you deal with that person if they're a family member, if they're a close relative to the president". Some Ivanka Trump clothes are made in China, Vietnam and Indonesia.
"My ties, many times, are made in China, not all of them, by the way, but a lot of them are made in China, because they have manipulated their currency to such a point that it's impossible for our companies to compete", he said at the time.
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At least one person on board the train also pulled an emergency handle but the train failed to stop, according to local reports. He is now under investigation, but authorities have not taken disciplinary action against him.
But critics have accused Trump of hypocrisy when he's pushed "Made in America" in the past because so numerous products he and his family members have sold over the years were manufactured overseas. On Friday, a prominent Russian-American lobbyist said that he, too, had been part of the discussion.
Trump has pledged to bring back USA manufacturing jobs lost to technological innovation and outsourcing by scaling back regulations and renegotiating the country's trade deals.
The biggest showpiece so far of his "hire America" agenda came in April at the headquarters of toolmaker Snap-on in Kenosha, Wisconsin, when he signed an executive order stating that federal agencies should "maximize, consistent with law. the use of goods, products, and materials produced in the United States". According to the Washington Post, this week is "Made in America" week, which is certainly an issue the president pretends to care about, despite being the wrong messenger for this particular message.
The White House did not respond to a request for comment on how it plans to enforce the rule. At first, the meeting was said to be about a Russian adoption program.
"The only thing I see inappropriate about the meeting was the people that leaked the information on the meeting after it was voluntarily disclosed", Deputy White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said at an off-camera press briefing on Monday.