Making America Great Again
President Donald J. Trump Achievements
Canada’s parliament approved the USMCA deal, making Canada the final country needed to make the trade deal official, fulfilling the President’s promise to enact freer and fairer trade deals.
President Trump signed the USMCA trade agreement, fulfilling his promise to enact freer and fairer trade deals for the American people.
President Trump unveiled his Middle East peace plan illustrating his committing to restoring stability and peace in the Middle East.
Under the Trump Administration’s leadership, the United States eliminated Qassim al-Rimi, a founder and leader of al Qaeda, who has committed terrorist attacks on civilians in Yemen.
The Trump Administration imposed new sanctions on Iran following attacks on U.S. and allied troops in Iraq by the Iranian military.
President Trump agreed to a phase one trade deal with China that included a strong enforcement mechanism.
The United States successfully decimated ISIS.
President Trump has successfully withdrawn U.S. troops from Syria and the Trump Administration has brokered a safe zone and ceasefire to ensure stability in the region following troop withdrawal.
Concluded U.S. – Japan Trade Agreement and the U.S. – Japan Digital Trade Agreement.
President Trump reached a new trade agreement with Japan. As a result, Japan will eliminate or reduce tariffs on approximately $7.2 billion in U.S. agricultural exports.
President Trump negotiated a new United States-Japan trade deal with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
The Trump Administration imposed hard-hitting sanctions against Iran’s national bank.
Withdrew from the one-sided Iran Deal and imposed the toughest sanctions ever.
The Trump Administration imposed new sanctions on Russia for its use of chemical weapons in fulfillment of the Trump Administration’s commitment to punish all chemical weapons users.
Reached a breakthrough agreement with the EU to increase U.S. exports.
Imposed tariffs on China in response to its abusive trade practices.
The US sanctioned Iranian foreign minister Javad Zariff, further demonstrating the Trump Administration’s commitment to cracking down on Iran for its destabilizing actions and nuclear ambitions.
In June 2019, President Trump signed an executive order that authorized expanded sanctions against Iran.
The Administration revised the United States - Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS) to make it more beneficial to American workers.
Concluded a tremendous new trade deal with South Korea.
The Trump Administration placed sanctions on Iran’s largest petrochemical holding group, demonstrating a continued commitment to cracking down on Iran for its destabilizing activities.
Thanks to pressure from the Trump Administration, Mexico agreed to substantially increase its border security including deploying up to 6,000 National Guard troops throughout the country.
President Trump embarked on a 5 day international trip, visiting the UK, Ireland, and France, reaffirming our commitments to the three countries and commemorating the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
Thanks to pressure from President Trump, 50 countries followed President Trump’s leadership in recognizing Juan Guaidó as the legitimate leader of Venezuela.
The Trump Administration seized the North Korean vessel “Wise Honest” for its violations of U.S. and international sanctions.
The unemployment rate has remained at or below 4% for 19 straight months - it recently reached its lowest rate in FIFTY YEARS.
President Trump designated Brazil as a major non-NATO ally in a demonstration of the Administration’s commitment to work with regional partners in the Western Hemisphere.
Under President Trump, the U.S. is tightening restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program and revoked two sets of waivers as part of the Administration’s pressure campaign against Iran.
Announced that the Trump Administration is un-signing the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty.
President Trump held meetings with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe where the two discussed the situation on the Korean peninsula and reaffirmed their commitment to work together on trade.
The Trump Administration took action intended to bring Iran’s oil exports to zero, thus denying the Iranian regime its principal source of revenue.
President Trump imposed sanctions on regimes in Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua, promoting democracy across the globe.
The Treasury Department sanctioned 4 individuals and 9 entities under Venezuela related designations, underscoring the Administration’s commitment to restoring freedom and democracy in Venezuela.
Vice President Pence urged the UN to revoke credentials of the Maduro regime’s Ambassador to the UN, reaffirming the Administration’s commitment to recognizing Venezuela’s only legitimate government.
The U.S. labeled Iran’s Revolutionary Guard as a foreign terrorist organization, demonstrating the Administration’s commitment to crack down on the regime’s destabilizing and illegal provocations.
The Treasury Department sanctioned 2 individuals and 33 entities under Venezuela related designations, reaffirming the Administration’s commitment to restoring democracy and freedom in Venezuela.
President Trump met with representatives from the People’s Republic of China where he underscored his commitment to securing a fair trade deal protecting American goods and intellectual property.
President Trump hosted Fabiana Rosales, wife of Venezuelan interim President Juan Guaido, demonstrating the Administration’s commitment to the Guaido administration and the rule of law in Venezuela.
The U.S. designated 9 individuals and 14 entities under Iran sanctions, showing the Administration’s commitment to hold the Iranian regime accountable for its destabilizing, provocative behavior.
Took historic action to recognize Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights.
The Treasury Department sanctioned 14 individuals and 17 entities in a demonstration of the Administration’s commitment to curb the Iranian regime’s nuclear ambitions and provocative actions.
Secretary Pompeo met with the leaders of Israel, Cyprus, and Greece, emphasizing the Trump Administration’s desire to further improve the security and prosperity of all four countries.
President Trump met with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, emphasizing the United States’ commitment to building a partnership that enhances both countries’ prosperity, security and freedom.
The State Dept. announced Sec. Pompeo would travel to Kuwait, Lebanon and Israel, underscoring the Administration’s commitment to the war against terrorism, and its unwavering support for Israel.
The United States Treasury Department sanctioned six Russian individuals and eight entities in response to Russia’s unjustified and illegal aggression in Ukraine.
By fighting for new Rules of Origin procedures within the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), President Trump is fulfilling his promise to protect and invigorate American manufacturers.
The U.S. and South Korea signed a new cost sharing agreement for troop deployments, demonstrating President Trump’s commitment to supporting South Korea while ensuring our allies pay their fair share.
Special Representative To Venezuela Elliot Abrams pledged to expand sanctions on Venezuela in accordance with President Trump’s commitment to crack down on actors supporting the Maduro regime.
Vice President Pence announced the U.S. would revoke the visas of 77 individuals associated with Venezuelan President Nicholas Maduro, in order to increase pressure on the illegitimate Maduro regime.
The Trump Administration applied financial sanctions to members of the Maduro regime who worked to block the flow of humanitarian aid to the country.
President Trump’s United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) achieved a new milestone as multiple U.S. agricultural organizations announced support for the agreement.
The Trump Administration held a Summit with North Korean Chairman, Kim Jong Un, where the U.S. emphasized the need for further demonstrable steps towards the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
President Trump announced that American citizen Danny Burch was freed after 18 months of captivity in Yemen, marking the 20th American captive released since President Trump’s 2016 election victory.
The United States hosted the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS in a demonstration of the United States commitment to prevent any resurgence in ISIS’s strength.
President Trump asked Congress to support the United States Reciprocal Trade Act to give the President the power to impose tariffs on countries who unfairly cheat on trade with the United States.
President Trump announced he would be holding a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, further demonstrating the Administration’s commitment to a denuclearized Korean peninsula.
Thanks to pressure from the United States, more than eight European Nations joined the U.S. in recognizing Juan Guaido as the legitimate leader of Venezuela.
With the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) signed, President Trump announced he would begin the 6-month process to withdraw from NAFTA.
Announced a historic U.S. – Mexico- Canada Trade Agreement to replace NAFTA
President Trump kept his promise to enforce trade rules and crack down on cheaters by modernizing technology and intellectual property provisions in the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
By negotiating the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) trade agreement, President Trump has kept his promise to the American people that he would fight for freer and fairer trade.
At the direction of President Trump, the Treasury Department imposed sanctions against senior officials in the Nicaraguan regime for their role in human rights abuses and undermining democracy.
By fighting for expanded access to dairy and poultry markets through the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), President Trump is fulfilling his promise to bolster American farmers.
The Trump Administration Announced The Creation Of The Iran Action Group In A Further Demonstration Of Its Commitment To Pressure The Iranian Regime To Change Its Hostile And Destabilizing Behavior
President Trump Signed The FY2019 National Defense Authorization Act, Allocating $716 Billion Dollars For Defense Spending
The Trump Administration Continued Its Crack Down On Belligerent Russian Actions
The Trump Administration Re-imposed Biting Economic Sanctions On The Islamic Republic Of Iran
The Trump Administration moved to protect critical U.S. infrastructure through the creation of the National Risk Management Center and the Information and Communications (ICT) Supply Chain Risk Manage
The Trump Administration hosted the first-ever National Cybersecurity Summit, which successfully brought together industry partners and federal officials to examine and bolster the United States’ crit
In an illustration of the Trump Administration’s commitment to U.S. citizens illegally detained overseas, the U.S. imposed sanctions on Turkey’s justice and interior ministers over the continued unjus
The Trump Administration heralded a new era of U-S relations with its allies in the Indo-Pacific region through the announcement of U.S. investments totaling $113 million dollars in new technology, en
President Trump and European Union’s President Juncker agreed to a new trade deal that strengthened and reformed our trade relationship.
Secretary Of State Mike Pompeo announced that North Korea had reaffirmed its commitment to the Trump Administration to give up its nuclear weapons.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives in Pyongyang to discuss the next steps toward denuclearization following President Trump’s Singapore Summit.
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump met with the King and Queen of Spain Focusing on the Ways They Can Positively Impact Children
President Trump Signed Historic and Comprehensive Documents with Chairman Kim that will Return the Remains of U.S. Soldiers who Died in the Korean War and Commit North Korea to Total Denuclearization
President Trump was the First Sitting U.S. President to Meet with the Leader of North Korea
President Trump Meets with Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in Preparation for his Historic Summit with Kim Jong Un
Secretary Pompeo Lays out Trump Administration’s New Policy toward Iran; Applies Strongest Sanctions in History
President Trump imposed sanctions on Venezuela’s socialist dictatorship and revising President Obama’s deals with communist Cuba.
Executive Order Prohibiting Certain Additional Transactions with Respect to Venezuela.
The United States Officially Opens the Embassy in Jerusalem, Israel
North Korean Leadership Released Three American Detainees
NATO Member Poland Agrees to Buy and Deploy the U.S. Patriot Missile Defense System
President Donald J. Trump Proclaims March 25, 2018, as Greek Independence Day: A National Day of Celebration of Greek and American Democracy.
President Trump Announces U.S. Will Take Steps to Protect Domestic Technology and Intellectual Property from China’s Discriminatory and Burdensome Trade Practices
President Trump Approves Section 232 Tariff Modifications
President Trump Takes Additional Steps to Address the Situation in Venezuela
The Trump administration imposed sanctions on Russian entities and individuals previously indicted for their roles in Russian interference during the election.
Presidential Order Regarding the Proposed Takeover of Qualcomm Incorporated by Broadcom Limited.
Executive Order on the President’s Continuation of the National Emergency with Respect to Venezuela.
Executive Order on the President’s Continuation of the National Emergency with Respect to Ukraine.
Presidential Proclamation on Modifying and Continuing the National Emergency with Respect to Cuba and Continuing to Authorize the Regulation of the Anchorage and Movement of Vessels.
Under President Trump’s Leadership, U.N. Security Council Unanimously Passes New Sanctions on North Korea
President Trump Begins Preparation for Renegotiating the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement
Recognized Jerusalem as the Capitol of Israel, and moved the U.S. Embassy.
Department of Commerce Announces First Investigation Targeting Chinese Common Alloy Aluminum Sheet Since 1991
U.S. Welcomes China to Import Liquified Natural Gas
Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security Announce Results of Efforts, Arresting Some 4,000 MS-13 Members to Date
ISIS has been driven out from all territory they once held in Iraq and Syria.