Trump: ‘We Put America First, America’s Families First, And America’s Workers First’ (VIDEO)

Trump held a press conference on Thursday which covered a wide range of topics, including the Coronavirus crisis, the economy, and more.

In one striking moment, Trump talked about the thing that separates him so clearly from Joe Biden and all of the Democrats.

He puts America first. Always.

Here’s a partial transcript via the White House:

This pandemic has underscored the importance of economic policies that put American families and workers first. I got elected on the fact that I put America first.

For many, many decades, in my opinion, we put America last. If you look at the crazy, horrible, disgraceful trade deals that we’ve watched for many years destroy our country — NAFTA, we terminated it. We have USMCA now, which is a great deal, and our farmers are doing really well despite the pandemic. But we put America first, America’s families first, and America’s workers first.

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But that means bringing jobs and factories back to our shores, reducing unnecessary regulations, and creating new training opportunities for jobs and for the future. We’ve cut regulations at a level that no President has ever cut regulations. And we’ve cut taxes more than any President in the history of our country.

Americans always rise to the challenge, and we will emerge more resilient, more self-reliant, more independent, and more prosperous than ever before.

Here are some clips:

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Trump has always wanted what is best for the country.

The fact that Democrats so bitterly oppose that should tell you everything you need to know about them.


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