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President Donald Trump just finished viewing products manufactured in America as part of a Made In America Product Showcase at the White House this afternoon. He sat in a firetruck, held a “beautiful” baseball bat, and tried out some golf clubs.
Thus begins “Made in America” week, a new Washington ritual during which a president who routinely boasts of being the best at everything admits that he is not the best after all. Because if American-made products are the best, then products made abroad, like many of Trump’s own branded products, are by definition not the best.
But since the Trump Organization and related companies haven’t seen fit to produce their own goods in the United States, that means either their products aren’t the best, or Trump is engaged in a craven manipulation of his fans.
originally posted by: seasonal
a reply to: Damiel
I was hoping he would be different, and I hope when we look back at his 2 year point in his first term we will see there was a method to this madness and he has changed the landscape of manufacturing here in the US.