"This week the Trump administration will honor the awesome American workers and companies who have products that are made in America", White House Director of Media Affairs Helen Ferre told reported July 16. Trump Home products, including light fixtures and kitchen wares, are made in China, and Ivanka Trump's apparel brand manufactures products in China and Singapore, CNBC has found.
The Presidents "Made in America" week is not getting off to a good start. "Certain things we may not have capacity to do here, in terms of a plant or factory".
This week the White House is hosting Made in America week, several days of blatant hypocrisy when the president and his daughter, also one of his closest advisers, will pretend to care about making products here while they make millions from products made somewhere else.
"For too long our government has forgotten the American worker".
While the President is set to declare this week as the "Made in America" week in a bid to promote products manufactured in the United States.
Walker's question came at the beginning of the Trump-initiated "Made in America" week, a time for focusing on US manufacturing.
But critics have accused Mr. Trump of hypocrisy when he's pushed "Made in America" in the past because so numerous products he and his family members have sold over the years were manufactured overseas.
"As part of "Made in America" week, if the Trump Organization or Ivanka Trump's brands will make any kind of commitment to stop manufacturing gifts, clothes and other wares overseas", a reporter asked during the daily press briefing, which was not allowed to be televised.
According to The Post article, Trump and his advisers are hoping that "Made in America" week will show the need to "overhaul the nation's tax code".
"I'm wondering whether you can tell us if "Made in America" week will include the Trump Organization or Ivanka Trump brands committing to stop manufacturing wares overseas", Walker asked of Spicer on Friday.