President Trump Lauds The Effort Of His Administration

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President Trump in his weekly address noted that his administration is focused on efficiency and effectiveness in the execution of its fiduciary duty to the people of the U.S.

He noted that during the first few weeks of his Administration has set in motion the following:

The removal of wasteful regulations.

The signing of new legislation to free up the economy.

The signing of the House Joint Resolution 38, which eliminates an anti-coal regulation put forward by unelected bureaucrats. 

The signing of a resolution to eliminate a costly regulation Dodd-Frank imposed on American energy companies.

He also stated that he was thrilled to have hosted the White House’s women’s business leaders’ roundtable.

Moreover, the President stated that he was committed to ensuring that women entrepreneurs have equal access to the capital, markets, and networks of support that they need.

He said that he has campaigned on helping women in the workforce, and his administration was going to deliver on that promise.

“In fact, as part of my first official meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau this week, we announced the creation of the joint United States-Canada Council for Advancement of Women Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders. Actually, very exciting,” noted the President.

He also stated that he had the opportunity of meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and was able to reaffirm the unbreakable bond between the U.S. and Israel.

“I affirmed to the Prime Minister America’s commitment to working with Israel and our allies and partners toward greater security and stability.  The threat of terrorism—and believe me it is a threat—must be confronted and defeated and we will defeat it,” he said.

He concluded that “The American people should know that we are working tirelessly on your behalf.  We are not here for the benefit of bureaucrats, consultants, or pundits—we are here to work for you, and only for you, the American people.”

Nigel Belle, Readers Bureau, Fellow

Edited by Jesus Chan

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