Made in America: Trump Celebrates U.S. Businesses

July 19, 2017 05:31 AM

On Tuesday, President Trump invited 50 businesses to the White House. The common thread? Each touts products that are Made in America.

The meeting was a part of Trump’s push to promote American manufacturing, and the list represented a wide variety of industries. The agriculture sector enjoyed representation via ten food and beverage companies, as well as seven tool and machinery manufacturers.

The list included major corporations such as Texas hat maker Stetson and New York Piano makers Steinway & Sons, as well as smaller operations like Indiana’s Broomcorn Johnny’s and the Alaska Bowl Company.

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