Trump Declares "Made In America" Week, Many Of His Products Made Abroad

Wochit Headline News - July 17, 2017

President Trump declared it "Made in America" week.

However, White House spokesperson Sean Spicer struggled on Monday to answer whether Donald and Ivanka Trump's brands will stop making many of their products outside the United States.

A reporter asked during the daily press briefing if "the Trump Organization or Ivanka Trump's brands will make any kind of commitment to stop manufacturing... wares abroad..

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