Daily update-White House
Watch President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address:
1:10 PM: President Trump gives remarks and participates in a signing on the United States’ policy towards Cuba at the Manuel Artime Theater in Miami, Florida – Watch
PHOTO OF THE DAY
Vice President Mike Pence | June 15, 2017 (Official White House Photo by Andrea Hanks)
WHITE HOUSE UPDATES
President Trump delivered a special message to the Nation at the beginning of the Congressional Baseball Game, concluding with, «I leave you with three great American words that for generations have torn down barriers, built bridges of unity, and defied those who have sought to pull us apart. Ladies and gentlemen: let’s play ball!»
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 15, 2017
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) June 15, 2017
Many American workers are being left behind as current education and training programs fail to equip them with the skills they need. President Trump’s plan to expand apprenticeships will not only keep jobs in America, but ensure that American workers are trained and hired to fill those jobs.
— Vice President Pence (@VP) June 16, 2017
President Trump commends Mexico for its leadership in co-convening the Conference on Prosperity and Security in Central America with the United States in Miami, Florida.
— Ben Carson (@SecretaryCarson) June 15, 2017
Principal Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Sanders held a press gaggle yesterday where she delivered a statement and answered questions from the press.
WHAT WE ARE READING
«Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta and Trump’s special adviser, daughter Ivanka Trump, have said this week that apprenticeship programs are a way to equip workers with the necessary training so these jobs don’t remain unfilled.» – Fox Business
«The president should be commended for seeking ways to save time and maximize scarce federal funds for infrastructure. Reining in overreaching environmental regulations will allow project leaders to focus time and money on developing more roads, bridges, and waterways that will benefit people across the country instead of mountains of paperwork.» – Washington Examiner