Trump continues to keep his promises to the American people and so much more
(INTELLIHUB) — In Friday’s White House Weekly Address President Donald Trump was terse and commented mostly on two key pieces of legislation which Trump said will remove burdens on the economy and get people back to work.
House Joint Resolution 38 was one of the pieces Trump signed which the president said, “eliminates an anti-coal regulation previously put forward by unelected bureaucrats.”
“In eliminating this rule I am continuing to keep my promise to the American people to get rid of wasteful regulations.”
The president also showed compassion Friday, for coal miners who’ve been treated “horribly” and vowed that the administration has been working “tirelessly” to turn the situation around “all Americans as part of the deal.”
“We are going to fight for lower energy prices […].”
Another second resolution signed by the president will eliminate a costly regulation imposed on American energy companies by Dodd-Frank, which the president said will save companies “millions and millions of dollars in job killing compliance costs.”
Trump then transitioned into talking about hosting the White House Women’s Business Leaders Roundtable and how such an event will lead to success in many ways.
Recognizing the full potential of women in the economy
Trump said that he “campaigned on helping women in the workforce” and maintains that he still intends to “deliver on that promise.”
“As president, I am committed to ensuring that women entrepreneurs have equal access to the capital, market, and networks of support that they need […] and it’s going to happen.”
This week, during a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, “we announced the creation of the Joint United States-Canada Council for Advancement of Women Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders,” which Trump said has got him “very excited.”
Israeli P.M. Netanyahu welcomed to White House
Wednesday, during a scheduled meeting at the White House with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Trump reaffirmed an “unbreakable bond” between the two countries (U.S. and Israel) and said that America will continue to “work with Israel and our allies and our partners for greater security and stability.”
Netanyahu was quoted telling Fox News’ Sean Hannity later that day that the meeting was “historical.”
At times the two leaders looked intense as the two leaders spoke about negotiations and “settlements.”