The White House Will Host A “Made In America” Week To Kick Off An American Values Campaign

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The White House has announced they’ll conduct “Made In America” week, the first of a three-week “American Values” campaign.

The week aims to promote jobs and products made in the U.S. of A.

The campaign will begin on Monday, July 17.

Check it out (per The Daily Caller):

“This week the Trump administration will honor the amazing American workers and companies who have products that are made in America,” Helen Ferre, the White House director of media affairs, told reporters at a Sunday briefing at the White House. Ferre said the U.S. sets “the world standard for quality and craftsmanship.”

A product showcase will be hosted by the White House and will feature American-made products from every state.

President Trump’s weekly address will additionally highlight the importance of keeping jobs here at home, instead of sending them overseas.

Reporters were informed of the campaign on Sunday.

The effort is seen as another example of Trump’s goal to make “America first.”

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