White House Looks for Course Correction with ‘Made in America’ Campaign
By Kathryn Blackhurst, Lifezette
Administration looks to refocus attention on agenda with three-week push on manufacturing and jobs
President Donald Trump’s administration will kick off a three-week messaging campaign Monday to put renewed focus on the president’s agenda and try to reclaim the national narrative.
The “Made in America” campaign will begin Monday with Trump showcasing American-made products from all 50 states at the White House. The president plans to highlight his administration’s economic platform and how he has been supporting U.S. manufacturing companies. Trump will issue a proclamation Wednesday promoting American workers and the need to keep production in the U.S. On Saturday, he will visit Newport News, Virginia, to participate in the commissioning ceremony of the $13 billion USS Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier.
The second phase of Trump's three-week rebranding campaign, "American Heroes week," will lead up to the third week, "American Dream week."