Statement from the Press Secretary on President Donald J. Trump’s Fourth Annual Made in America Showcase
Each year since taking office, President Donald J. Trump has welcomed hundreds of business owners and workers from every State to display their unique, American-made products at the annual Made in America Showcase.
The President extends his sincere appreciation to the companies that planned to attend this year’s event at the White House today. He is incredibly proud of their grit, ingenuity, and use of American labor to manufacture exceptional products on the homeland.
President Trump remains steadfastly committed to implementing policies that put American workers first and allow businesses across the United States to thrive.
Alabama – Wickles Pickles Alaska – Alaskan Floats Arizona – Lifetime Leather Co. Arkansas – Tyson Foods Inc. California – Justice Brothers Colorado – Mountain Ridge Gear Connecticut – Amodex Products Inc. Delaware – Delaware Sauce Company Florida – Nautique Boat Company Georgia – Golden's Cast Iron Hawaii – Maui Babe Idaho –Camille Beckman Illinois – HM Manufacturing Indiana – Hoosier Racing Tires Iowa – AccuMold LLC Kansas – Big Gator Tools Kentucky – Cruise Customs Flags Louisiana – Zapp's Maine – The Buoy Guy Maryland – Lockheed Martin Massachusetts – The Custom Group Inc. Michigan – KitchenAid Minnesota – Camp365 Mississippi – Blue Delta Jean Co. Missouri – Swisher Montana – Adanac Sleds & Equipment Nebraska – The Dehner Company Nevada – Curly Wolf New Hampshire – Hampshire Pewter New Jersey – Annin Flagmakers New Mexico – Jayson Jones Bits and Spurs New York – Kan Jam North Carolina – Parker Boats North Dakota – Eddie Wold Art Ohio – Wilson Bohannan Lock Company Oklahoma – Momma's Mix Oregon – Broken Top Candle Co. Pennsylvania – W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company Rhode Island – Duparquet Copper Cookware South Carolina – Lowcountry Produce South Dakota – Sioux Pottery Tennessee – Crescent Sock Company Texas – Goya Utah – JW Custom Hats Vermont – Rockledge Farm Woodworks Virginia – Emerson Creek Pottery Washington – Rite in the Rain West Virginia – J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works Wisconsin – Wyatt Bikes Wyoming – J.L. Blair Saddlery
Update: President Trump returns to the White House
President Trump just announced that he will return to the White House from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland this evening.
“Feeling really good! Don’t be afraid of Covid. Don’t let it dominate your life,” the President shared on Twitter. “We have developed, under the Trump Administration, some really great drugs & knowledge. I feel better than I did 20 years ago!”
Early Friday morning, President Trump announced that he and First Lady Melania Trump had tested positive for the Coronavirus. “We will get through this together,” he said.
In a video shared yesterday, the President updated Americans on his health and thanked the incredible team of doctors and nurses at Walter Reed Medical Center for their care.
Out of an abundance of caution, President Trump spent the weekend working from the Presidential suite at Walter Reed. He received state-of-the-art care from a team of physicians, and his condition has continued to improve quickly.
The President also received some of the therapies that the Trump Administration has championed through Operation Warp Speed, a government-led and nationwide effort to develop a Coronavirus vaccine and COVID-19 therapeutics quickly.
A short while ago, Physician to the President Dr. Sean Conley provided Americans with an update about President Trump’s condition and his return to the White House.
“He has met or exceeded all standard hospital discharge criteria,” Dr. Conley said. “The team and I agree that all our evaluations—and, most importantly, his clinical status—support the president's safe return home where he'll be surrounded by world-class medical care 24/7.”
President Trump has continued to work tirelessly for the American people while fighting this virus. “He spent most of the afternoon conducting business,” read a memorandum from Dr. Conley that he released Saturday evening.
First Lady Melania Trump thanked Americans for their prayers and continued support. “I am feeling good & will continue to rest at home. Thank you to medical staff & caretakers everywhere, & my continued prayers for those who are ill or have a family member impacted by the virus,” she wrote on Twitter.
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President Trump participates in a call with national security leaders from Walter Reed Medical Center | October 4, 2020