When President Donald Trump spoke at tool manufacturer Snap-on Inc. in Kenosha, Wis., and signed an executive order, he sent a characteristically blunt message: “The policy of our government is to aggressively promote and use American-made goods.”
When President Donald Trump spoke at tool manufacturer Snap-on Inc. in Kenosha, Wis., and signed an executive order, he sent a characteristically blunt message: “The policy of our government is to aggressively promote and use American-made goods.” Susan Walsh The Associated Press
When President Donald Trump spoke at tool manufacturer Snap-on Inc. in Kenosha, Wis., and signed an executive order, he sent a characteristically blunt message: “The policy of our government is to aggressively promote and use American-made goods.” Susan Walsh The Associated Press

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