Trump launched Made in America week to celebrate American manufacturing and showcase products from all 50 states.
"We've been making hats for 152 years and we are the hat", said Dustin Noblitt, president of Stetson.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer said that Trump hopes to use the three-week messaging campaign to demonstrate how his "America First" campaign platform will reap tangible results and boost specific elements of the US economy, The Wall Street Journal reported.
President Donald Trump prepares to swing a Marucci bat, from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with Vice President Mike Pence, at right, during a "Made in America" product showcase at the White House, Monday, July 17, 2017, in Washington.
Hytrol, based in Jonesboro, Ark., was chosen to represent the state at an event hosted by President Trump. "Where's the fire? I'll put it out", Trump said as he waved to onlookers.
Trump shrugged off the criticism during the campaign, telling ABC News that Clinton didn't need to raise the issue because he readily took ownership of the foreign items, chalking up the decisions as a financial one given the costs of US manufacturing.
"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.
President Trump might not have time to watch TV, but he certainly has time to play fireman.
"I pay a lot more money".
President Donald Trump's administration has been working on weekly "themes", but amid the hot-button healthcare reform, none of the next three weeks is themed to address the issue, Politico reported Sunday. Ferre said the USA sets "the world standard for quality and craftsmanship". "Remember in the old days, they used to have 'Made in the U.S.A.?' 'Made in America, ' but Made in the U.S.A.' We're going to start doing that again". I'm not going to comment on specific products, but I will tell you the overall arching goal is to grow the USA manufacturing base and to grow U.S. workers here.
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Spicer said he wouldn't comment specifically, adding, "It's not appropriate for me to stand up here and comment about a business".