Making America Great Again
President Donald J. Trump Accomplishments
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.
The Department of Labor announced $1.5 million in grants to recruit, mentor, train, and retain more women in quality apprenticeship programs and careers.
As of May 2019, wages have grown faster than 3% for 10 months in a row.
The consumer price index for prescription drugs decreased by .06% in 2018, the first year-end decline in 46 years.
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.
The EPA awarded Ohio $1.3 million for continued environmental restoration projects on the Great Lakes, the first installment of an approximately $3.7 million Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grant.
The Trump Administration has successfully appointed 116 judges to the bench.
President Trump unveiled his Administration’s plan to create a “fair, modern, and lawful system” of immigration for the United States.
President Trump has created 5.4 million jobs since taking office.
The Trump Administration seized the North Korean vessel “Wise Honest” for its violations of U.S. and international sanctions.
The unemployment rate dropped to 3.6%, its lowest point since December 1969.
HHS finalized a rule aimed at increasing transparency in the pharmaceutical industry that requires drug companies to disclose the price of medication in direct-to-consumer television advertisements.
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.
President Trump signed an executive order which will enhance and develop the United States’ cybersecurity workforce.
The Trump administration issued a rule allowing health care workers to refuse to provide services like abortion, sterilization or assisted suicide, if they cite a religious or conscientious objection.
Average hourly earnings increased at a 3.2% pace in April “the ninth straight month in which growth topped 3 percent.”
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 U.S. GDP grew at an annual rate of 3.2% in the first quarter of 2019, well above expectations as many experts predicted an economic slowdown to start 2019.
The Department of Homeland Security issued a waiver expediting border wall projects along our Southern Border in order to ensure the security of the United States.
According to the annual survey by the nonprofit Employee Benefit Research Institute, 82% of retirees are optimistic about their ability to live comfortably in retirement, up from 75% last year.
The Trump Administration took action intended to bring Iran’s oil exports to zero, thus denying the Iranian regime its principal source of revenue.
The Department of Labor announced $2 million in funds for disability policy development and technical assistance centers to help employers recruit, retain, and advance employees with disabilities.
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.
The EPA’s 2019 comprehensive annual report on greenhouse gas emissions shows a long-term trend in falling greenhouse gas emissions; since 2005, national greenhouse gas emissions have fallen by 13%.
Unemployment claims reached another historic low, decreasing 8,000 to 196,000, the lowest since October 1969.
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.
President Trump has successfully nominated 93 conservative judges, 54 to District Courts, 37 to Circuit Courts, and two to the Supreme Court.
The unemployment rate for women has been at or below 4% for a full year, the longest streak in almost 60 years.
The African American unemployment rate has been at or below 7% for 14 months; prior to the Trump Administration, it reached that mark just once in April 2000.
The unemployment rate for Hispanic Americans has now been below 5% for the last 11 months; prior to the Trump Administration, it had reached that mark just once in October 2006.
Unemployment has remained at or below 4% for 12 months, the longest such streak in nearly 50 years.
President Trump has added 5.1 million jobs since taking office in 2017.
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 visited the Southern border where he underscored his commitment to securing the border and providing border officials the capacity needed to address the immigration crisis.
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.
The Labor Department announced $13.5 million in Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program grants, which provide services to assist in reintegrating homeless veterans into the labor force.
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.
President Trump signed an executive order establishing targeted approaches to preparing for, protecting against, and responding to a human-made or naturally occurring Electromagnetic pulse in the U.S.
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.
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.
Ford is building a new factory in Michigan for autonomous vehicles; it’s expected to create nearly a thousand jobs by 2023.
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 U.S. and Brazil signed a technology safeguards agreement ensuring the proper handling and security of U.S. technology in efforts supporting joint space initiatives between the two countries.
The Trump Administration has successfully appointed 91 judges to the bench including 2 to the Supreme Court, 36 to Circuit Courts and 53 to District Courts.
The U.S. posted nearly 7.6 million open jobs in January, there are now 1 million more open jobs than unemployed persons.
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.
Labor force participation is at a 5 year high as Americans left behind by President Obama are flooding back into the labor market thanks to President Trump’s pro-worker policies.
The national unemployment rate has remained at or below 4% for a full year.
February 2019 marked the 7th straight month of 3% or better wage growth as gains reached 3.4%, the best in a decade.
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.
According the National Federation of Independent Businesses monthly survey, small business hiring was at an all-time high in February.
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.
President Trump has added nearly 5 million jobs since he took office just two years ago.
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.
Initial estimates demonstrate U.S. gross domestic product grew at 2.9% in 2018, far above sluggish gains under President Obama.
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 signed bipartisan legislation permanently reauthorizing the Land and Water Conservation Fund and creating three new national monuments, two of which will honor civil rights leaders.
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 more than 8,000 “Opportunity Zones” created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act are set to create thousands of jobs and spur investment in communities left behind by the economic recovery.
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.
In January 2019, those left out of the economy came flooding back in, as the labor participation rate reached its highest point in 6 years.
To improve border security, the Pentagon announced plans to send thousands of additional troops to the southern border, further demonstrating President Trump’s commitment to securing the border.
President Trump proclaimed January 2019 as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, dedicated to increasing awareness of human trafficking and showcasing efforts to combat the crime.
The Senate “Overwhelmingly Passed A Sweeping Overhaul Of The Criminal Justice System” – A “Bipartisan Victory To President Trump.”
With the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) signed, President Trump announced he would begin the 6-month process to withdraw from NAFTA.
President Trump signed the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA), keeping his promise to deliver a modern and rebalanced trade deal 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.
President Trump Secured 53 Reliable Votes in the GOP-controlled Senate with a Historic Midterm Election
The Support for Patients and Community Act is signed; this law will help defeat the opioid epidemic.
The Department of Labor announced proposed rulemaking that will empower small businesses by allowing them to band together to offer 401(k) plans to their workers through Association Retirement Plans.
President Trump’s nominee Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court
The unemployment rate fell to 3.7%, a near 50 year low.
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 Department of Energy announced $20 million in funding going to 10 National Labs and 71 Private Sector Partners for Development and Commercial Deployment of Promising Energy Technologies.
More than 2.8 million Americans have Stopped Collecting Food Stamps since President Trump took office.
President Tump Hosts Angel Families at The White House to discuss the Urgency of Combating Illegal Alien Crimes in the United States and Enforcing our Immigration Laws
First Lady Melania Trump Traveled to McAllen, Texas to Visit Children at Upbring New Hope Children’s Center and Participated in a Roundtable Discussion with Leaders and Staff
The Trump Administration Launches OPIC Committing to Provide Women in Latin America with Access to Capital, Jobs, and Opportunities to Prosper
President Trump signs Executive Order to Address Family Separation at the Border in Light of Congress’s Negligence to Act
President Trump Announces Fifteenth Wave of United States Attorney Nominees and Tenth Wave of United States Marshal Nominees
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 signs an Executive Order Regarding the Ocean Policy to Advance the Economic, Security, and Environmental Interest of the United States
The President orders the Department of Defense to create a sixth military branch designated as “Space Force” to utilize American assets to propel the United States back into space dominance
President Trump announces National Space Traffic Management policy to address current and future operational risks in space and to maintain U.S. leadership on spaceflight issues
The Trump Administration Participates in a Roundtable Discussion with the Secretaries’ Innovation Group on Expanding Skills-Based Workforce Education Programs to Help Secure Family-Sustaining Jobs
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