Stetson Gives Texas-Made Cowboy Hat to President Trump

Claudine Rigal
Juillet 18, 2017

As the theme implies, the White House will now celebrate American products and domestic manufacturing.

He discussed sales of Sikorsky helicopters - "I have three of them!" he said, lifted horseshoes made with Nucor Corp steel, and strolled past vacuum-sealed Omaha steaks. He definitely loves American made trucks.

The week will begin Monday with a "Made in America product showcase" featuring crafts and other items created in each of the 50 states.

"Whether it's removing job-killing regulations, protecting our borders, or unleashing American energy, the president is keeping his promises and delivering for the American worker", Ferre said.

"200 sets of hands touch every single hat, 100 percent American-made, 100 percent Texas, actually", said Justin Thomason from Stetson Hat Company.

Spicer has previously claimed that he does not want to be filmed on days when Trump is speaking in public so as not to distract from the president's message. "Their interests were pushed aside for global projects and their wealth was taken from the communities and shipped overseas", said White House director of media affairs, Helen Aguirre Ferre.

Ivanka Trump's company declined to comment on the administration's proposed cuts to the labor bureau, which would eliminate grants for Better Work.

What's happening here is clear: The White House is working to end the daily briefing and, in its place, put a series of prepared remarks - without questions - from the President.

"It does the American economy no long-term good to only keep the big box factories where we are now assembling "American" products that are composed primarily of foreign components", Navarro told the Financial Times.

Then there was Spicer's answer on Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer - among others - on June 9, 2016 at Trump Tower. He argued that making products in the United States was an act of patriotism and national security.

The impromptu event is meant to highlight products made in America and will feature at least two events related to the theme, said Politico.

When asked if the president and his daughter would use this week as an opportunity to announce that they're committed to producing more of their wares in the U.S., Ferré told a reporter Sunday, "We'll get back to you on that".

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