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“During this joyous time of year, we give thanks for the many blessings of the season and remember those less fortunate as we reaffirm our commitment to generosity, kindness, and charitable giving.

Through acts of charity, we reveal the compassionate foundation of our country. Acts of kindness are hallmarks of our great Nation, and we acknowledge the tremendous contributions of the many organizations that provide love, hope, care, and counseling all year long, especially on #GivingTuesday.

As one Nation, we know there is no challenge too great for the American people to overcome. American resilience is evident not just in the selfless deeds of first responders, service members, and volunteers, but also in the extraordinary generosity and benevolence of American families, businesses, and organizations that know that no kind gesture is too insignificant, no length of time volunteering is too short, and no contribution to charity is too small. May this holiday season be a reminder of the blessings we enjoy and of our duty to ensure that the spirit of American greatness continues to lift up people in need throughout our communities.

Melania and I thank all those who have dedicated their time, talents, and resources to charitable causes over this past year, and we encourage you to look for opportunities to contribute this coming year.”


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President Trump Negotiates with the Prime Minister of Australia

 

 

 

President Trump Meets with the Prime Minister of Australia
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BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA – President Donald J. Trump participates in a bilateral meeting with the Prime Minister of Australia at Buenos Aires, Argentina on Friday, November 30, 2018.

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Remarks of President Donald J. Trump and Prime Minister Morrison of Australia Before Pull-Aside Meeting | Buenos Aires, Argentina

Centro Costa Salguero
Buenos Aires, Argentina

3:08 P.M. AST – 3:10 P.M. AST

 

PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP: “Thank you very much, everybody. It’s an honor to be with the Prime Minister of Australia, Prime Minister Morrison. And we’ve just gotten to know each other, and so far, so good, I have to tell you. I think it’s going to be a great relationship. And we certainly anticipate having a fantastic relationship — always — with Australia.

I know you’ve done a fantastic job in a very short period of time. You’ve done a lot of the things that they’ve wanted over there and that’s why you’re sitting right here. And so I congratulate you.

But it’s an honor, and we will be with Australia and you all the way.”

 

PRIME MINISTER MORRISON: “Well, thank you. Thank you very much, Mr. President. Australia and the United States have always been the greatest of friends — not just in periods of strategic cooperation, but economically. And the people-to-people relationships — well, there’s none better.”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Thank you very much, everybody. Thank you. Appreciate it.”

 

QUESTION: “Mr. President, will you be exchanging pleasantries with Putin? Will you be exchanging pleasantries with Putin?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP: “I don’t know. Not particularly. I don’t know.”


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President Trump Negotiates with the Prime Minister of Japan and the Prime Minister of the Republic of India On Trade

 

 

 

President Trump Meets with the Prime Minister Abe of Japan and the Prime Minister Modi of the Republic of India
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BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA – President Donald J. Trump convenes trade meeting with the Prime Minister Abe of Japan and the Prime Minister Modi of the Republic of India at Buenos Aires, Argentina on Friday, November 30, 2018.

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Remarks of President Donald J. Trump, Prime Minister Abe of Japan, and Prime Minister Modi of the Republic of India Before Trilateral Meeting

Centro Costa Salguero
Buenos Aires, Argentina

2:39 P.M. AST – 2:43 P.M. AST

 

PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP:  “Thank you very much.  It’s a great honor to be with Prime Minister Modi of India, and, as you know, Prime Minister Abe of Japan.  And we just had a great meeting, and we’re having now what we call a “trilat.”

The relationships between our three countries is extremely — extremely good, extremely strong.  I think, with India, maybe stronger than ever.  And with Japan, I think, stronger than ever.  We’re doing very well together.  We’re doing a lot of trade together.  We’re doing a lot of defense together, a lot of military purchases.

And we’re going to now have a little discussion between the three of us.  So thank you very much.

Mr. Prime Minister.”

 

PRIME MINISTER MODI:  (As interpreted.)  “I feel this is a very good occasion for our three countries — countries which have shared values, democratic values — Japan, America, and India together.  We will be playing a big role together for world peace, prosperity, and stability.

I’m also happy that both the countries are our strategic partners.  Both of them are very good friends.  And the three countries together — it is a matter of good fortune that we will work together.

When you look at the acronym of our three countries — Japan, America, and India — it is “JAI,” which, in Hindi or in India, in general, is for “success.”  In a way, this “JAI” — “success,” this message — is a good message that goes out.  It’s a good beginning.

And together, as I said earlier, we’ll be playing a very big role to work together for world peace, prosperity, and stability.”

 

PRIME MINISTER ABE:  (As interpreted.)  “I am very delighted to hold the first-ever Japan-U.S.-India trilateral summit meeting today.  Japan, the U.S., and India share fundamental values and strategic interests.  And I certainly hope to further reinforce our trilateral partnership and to continuing our close cooperation toward realizing a free and open Indo-Pacific.

By having three of us working together, we’ll bring more prosperity and more stability in the region, as well as globally.”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  “Thank you very much.”

 

QUESTION:    “Mr. President, what did you discuss with MBS?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  “We had no discussion.  We had no discussion.  We might, but had none.

Thank you very much everybody.”


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President Trump Participates in a Meeting with the Prime Minister of Japan

 

 

 

President Trump Participates in a Meeting with the Prime Minister of Japan
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BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA – President Trump Participates in a Meeting with the Prime Minister of Japan at Buenos Aires, Argentina on Friday, November 30, 2018.

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Remarks of President Donald J. Trump and Prime Minister Abe of Japan Before Bilateral Meeting

Centro Costa Salguero
Buenos Aires, Argentina

1:50 P.M. AST – 1:56 P.M. AST

 

PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP:  “So it’s a great honor to be with my friend, Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan, who has just had a very big success in his election.  He won by a massive amount.  And I’m not surprised at all.

I just want to say that we have many things that we’ll be talking about, in particular protection, military-type.  Also trade — we’re doing a lot of business with Japan and trade.  The deficit is coming down.  It’s a massive deficit between the — between Japan and the United States, and it’s coming down.

Japan is buying large amounts of our fighter jets, our F-35s and others, and we appreciate it very much.  But they are really working with me on trying to balance our deficit, because we do have a deficit that is pretty substantial with Japan.  We hope that we’re going to be balancing it very quickly.

Just in finishing, we’re two countries that are doing very well in many different ways.  Our military working together, having to do with North Korea and other factors, really has been very strong.  Our partnership has been quite extraordinary, and we will be together for a long time.

I think probably there’s no time in our history where we’re closer.  And I’ll be going to a tremendous event in Japan; I was very honored to be invited.  Your Emperor.”

 

PRIME MINISTER ABE:  (As interpreted.)  “So once again, from the outset, I would like congratulate you on your historic victory in the midterm election in the United States.

And, as of now, as you rightly mentioned, the alliance between Japan and the United States has become more robust than ever.  And also this mere fact that we are having another round of summit meeting on the margins of this G20 Summit is actually the symbol of the robustness of our alliance.

So every time, when we see each other, we always have a very candid discussion.  And today, I look forward to having another candid discussion with you on the regional affairs, including North Korea, as well as Japan and U.S. economic relations, of course including our trade relations and other important topics.”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  “Thank you very much, Shinzo.  Thank you.

Thank you all very much.  Appreciate it.  Thank you.”

 

QUESTION: “Mr. President, why cancel the Putin summit?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  “Thank you very much.

Ukraine.  Purely and simply — Ukraine.  We don’t like what happened.  We’re not happy about it; nobody is.  And hopefully they’ll be able to settle it out soon because we look forward to meeting with President Putin.  But on the basis of what took place with respect to the ships and the sailors, that was the sole reason.

Thank you very much everybody.”

 

QUESTION: “Mr. President, will you be talking about China?”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  “We’ll be meeting with China, as you know.  Yes.  We’ll be meeting tomorrow, and we’ve already spoken.  And we’re working very hard.  If we could make a deal, that would be good.  I think they want to, and I think we’d like to.  And we’ll see.

But we’ll be meeting with President Xi in a little while, but in — for the most part, tomorrow, I would say, would be our big meeting.  But, in the meantime, people are working, our staff is working, and we have a lot of very talented people working.  Larry Kudlow’s representatives are dealing with them on a constant basis.

There’s some good signs.  We’ll see what happens.  Thank you.  Thank you.  Good question.

Thank you very much everybody.  Thank you.”


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President Donald J. Trump Makes a Statement Upon Departure

 

 

 

President Donald J. Trump Speaks
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WASHINGTON DC – President Donald J. Trump speaks to the press prior to departure from the White House South Lawn in Washington, DC, USA.


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President Donald J. Trump with the President of the Argentine Republic

 

 

President Trump Participates in a Photo Opportunity with the President of the Argentine Republic
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BUENOS, AIRES, ARGENTINA – President Donald J. Trump participates in a Photo Opportunity with the President of the Argentine Republic at Buenos Aires, Argentina on Friday, November 30, 2018.

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Remarks of President Trump and President Mauricio Macri of the Argentine Republic Before Bilateral Meeting

Casa Rosada
Buenos Aires, Argentina

7:27 A.M. AST – 7:31 A.M. AST

 

PRESIDENT MAURICIO MACRI:  (As interpreted.)  “Good morning.  Good morning, everyone.  I would like to welcome President Donald Trump to Argentina on his first visit to Latin America and his first time in Argentina, of course.  Just now, we were coming up the stairs and I told him, “We took 30 years, Donald, to convince you to come down,” because I invited you over 30 years to visit our city and beautiful country.  So I had to wait for you to become President and for the G20 to be held here to get you to come.

But we Argentines are really happy to have you here.  And it’s a great opportunity to thank you — to thank you for the huge support we have received from the United States and from your government, especially during this past year.  We’ve been going through some difficult times, and your support and your support for the deal with the IMF has helped us build a better future and start taking steps in that direction.

We’d also like to thank you for all of the work we’re doing together in such fields as education and defense, and especially with regard to domestic security — the fight against organized crime and drug trafficking — true enemies of our citizens.  And the work we doing together is certainly making a lot of headway.  We see a lot of progress, which we hope will continue for the rest of our terms in office.

And let me also tell you that Argentina’s leading investors are U.S. companies.  And we hope they will continue to invest in Argentina, and that they will bet on Argentine talent, and that they will help us build quality jobs.

Also tourism is very important.  We are getting more and more citizens from around the world, but the country that is exporting the most tourists to Argentina is the United States, which I think shows the affection from the Argentine people, for Argentina, and the interest in our country.

So thank you very much for visiting us.  We’ll be having a meeting, and I’m sure we’ll find a whole lot more ways to work together and cooperate for the benefit of our people and the people of the United States.

Thank you, Donald, for being here.”

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  “I think I understood you better in your language than I did on this.  But that’s okay.

I want to just say that I’ve been friends with Mauricio for a long time, many years.  People wouldn’t know that.  He was a very young man, very handsome man.  And we knew each other very well.  And I actually did business with his family, with his father.  Great father.  He was a friend a mine.  And I purchased the West Side railroad yards, and it was a great job, a successful job.  A very big job.  One of the largest jobs in Manhattan.  That was in my civilian days.  And so I always had fond memories.

Little did I know that his son would become a President, (inaudible) you were going to be.  And little did you realize that I was going to become President.

So we’ve known each other a long while.  We’re going to be talking about lots of good things for Argentina, for the United States, including trade, including military purchases, and other things.  But we have a lot to talk about — a little bit of old times; about 95 percent business, I would say.

But this is a great honor to be with you.  You’re my friend, long time.  Great family.  And you’re doing a fantastic job, and I want to congratulate you.

Thank you.”


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President Trump at the USMCA Signing Ceremony

 

 

 

President Donald J. Trump Participates in the USMCA Signing Ceremony
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BUENOS, AIRES, ARGENTINA – President Donald J. Trump participates in the USMCA Signing Ceremony at Buenos Aires, Argentina on Friday, November 30, 2018.

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Remarks of President Donald J. Trump, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada, and President Peña Nieto of Mexico at Signing Ceremony for the United States—Mexico—Canada Agreement

Palacio Duhau – Park Hyatt Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires, Argentina

9:24 A.M. AST – 9:43 A.M. AST

 

PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP: “Thank you very much. We’re gathered together this afternoon for a very historic occasion: The signing ceremony for a brand new trade deal, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement. So important.

I’m honored to be here with President Enrique Peña Nieto — who’s become a great friend — of Mexico, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has also become a great friend, who has — this has been a battle, and battles sometimes make great friendships. So it’s really terrific.

With our signatures today, we will formally declare the intention of our three countries to replace NAFTA with the USMCA a truly groundbreaking achievement. A modern-day agreement.

I want to thank U.S. Trade Representative Bob Lighthizer and his entire team for their tremendous effort and the efforts that they’ve made all throughout the last almost two-year period.

Thank you as well to Jared Kushner, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin, and Director Larry Kudlow for their hard work and untiring devotion throughout the negotiation process. Peter Navarro, thank you so much for the work that you put in. And so many others.

The USMCA is the largest, most significant, modern, and balanced trade agreement in history. All of our countries will benefit greatly. It is probably the largest trade deal ever made, also. In the United States, the new trade pact will support high-paying manufacturing jobs and promote greater access for American exports across the range of sectors, including our farming, manufacturing, and service industries.

As part of our agreement, the United States will be able to lock in our market access to Canada and Mexico, and greatly expand our agricultural exports — something we’ve been wanting to do for many years. This is an amazing deal for our farmers, and also allows them to use cutting-edge biotechnology, and eliminates non-scientific barriers.

Our nations have also agreed to innovate new measures to ensure fair competition and promote high wages, and higher wages, for U.S. and North American autoworkers. The autoworkers are a tremendous beneficiary.

Under the USMCA, at least 75 percent of our automobiles’ content must be manufactured in North America, and 40 to 45 percent of automobile content must be manufactured by North American high-wage labor in order to gain preferential access to our markets. This will help stop auto jobs from going overseas and it will bring back auto jobs that have already left. Many, many jobs are already planning to come back. Many companies are coming back, and we’re very excited about that.

This landmark agreement includes intellectual property protections that will be the envy of nations all around the world. The USMCA also contains robust new provisions on digital trade and financial services, and the most ambitious environmental and labor protections ever placed into a major trade agreement anywhere at any time.

We have dramatically raised standards for combatting unfair trade practices; confronting massive subsidies for state-owned enterprises; and, currently, if you look at it, currency manipulation that hurt workers in all three of our countries. The currency manipulation from some countries is so intense, so bad, and it would hurt Mexico, Canada, and the United States badly. We’ve covered it very well in this agreement.

These new provisions will benefit labor, technology, and development in each of our nations, leading to much greater growth and opportunity throughout our countries and across North America.

In short, this is a model agreement that changes the trade landscape forever. And this is an agreement that, first and foremost, benefits working people — something of great importance to all three of us here today.

President — I must say, Peña Nieto and Prime Minister Trudeau, we’ve worked hard on this agreement. It’s been long and hard. We’ve taken a lot of barbs and a little abuse. And we got there. It’s great for all of our countries.

Thank you for your close partnership throughout this process. This new agreement will ensure a future of prosperity and innovation for Mexico, Canada, and the United States. I look forward to working with members of Congress and the USMCA partners — and I have to say, it’s been so well reviewed, I don’t expect to have very much of a problem — to ensure the complete implementation of our agreement.

Enrique, I want to thank you on a personal note, and I want to wish you the very best. This will be your last day in office, so that’s a very auspicious day when you can sign something so important. But we really do appreciate it. I think I can speak for Justin when I say that. (Applause.) We both — we both agree he’s a special man. And he’s really done a good job, and we appreciate it very much. Thank you.

So I just want to congratulate you on ending your term in office with this incredible milestone. It is really an incredible way to end a presidency. You don’t see that happen very often.

I look forward to working with President-elect López Obrador for many years to come. And our relationship, I know, will be a very good one. We’ve had great conversations and I think we’re going to have a great, great relationship.

And I would now like to invite the President and the Prime Minister to say a few words. And perhaps we can start with Justin. And we appreciate it very much. Thank you. Justin, please.” (Applause.)

 

PRIME MINISTER TRUDEAU: “Good morning. Thank you all for being here, and thank you to Presidents Trump and Peña Nieto. Donald, thank you for your words this morning. Thank you for pulling this event together. Enrique, this, as Donald said, on your last day in office, it’s a wonderful pleasure to see you and to be here on this historic moment.

The new North American Free Trade Agreement maintains stability for Canada’s entire economy — stability that’s essential for the millions of jobs and middle-class families across the country that rely on strong, reliable trading relationships with our closest neighbors. That’s why I’m here today.

The new agreement lifts the risk of serious economic uncertainty that lingers throughout a trade renegotiation process. Uncertainty that would have only gotten worse and more damaging had we not reached a new NAFTA.

But when faced with this challenge, Canadians came together and rolled up their sleeves. Canadians from every order of government and walks of life put their country’s interests first and worked hard to achieve a new, modernized agreement that will protect jobs, strengthen the middle class, and create new opportunities for businesses.

There’s much more work to do in lowering trade barriers and in fostering growth that benefits everyone. But reaching a new free trade agreement with the United States and Mexico is a major step for our economy.

Canadians got here because Team Canada was driven by the interests of the middle class. Free and fair trade leads to more and better-paying middle-class jobs for more people. And the benefits of trade must be broadly and fairly shared. That is what modernizing NAFTA achieves, and that is why it was always so important to get this new agreement done right.

As a result, the tariff-free access that NAFTA guaranteed for more than 70 percent of Canada’s total exports is secure. And that’s essential for businesses, families, jobs, entrepreneurs, and hardworking people in every corner of our country.

As I said, the task isn’t done. There is more hard work ahead to build resilient, strong economies that support families everywhere in Canada.

As I discussed with President Trump a few days ago, the recent plant closures by General Motors, which affects thousands of Canadian and American workers and their families, are a heavy blow. Make no mistake: We will stand up for our workers and fight for their families and their communities.

And, Donald, it’s all the more reason why we need to keep working to remove the tariffs on steel and aluminum between our countries.

With hard work, good will, and determination, I’m confident we will get there. Our shared interests, prosperity, and security demand it.

Before wrapping up, I’d like to personally thank our Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland, along with U.S. Trade Representative Bob Lighthizer, and Mexican Secretary of the Economy Ildefonso Guajardo for all their hard work and dedication since the very beginning of this process. I’d also like to thank Ambassador David MacNaughton, Chief Negotiator Steve Verheul, and their talented and extremely hardworking staff.

Once again, thank you all for being here today.” (Applause.)

 

PRESIDENT PEÑA NIETO: (As interpreted.) “President of the United States, Donald Trump; Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau; distinguished members of the delegations joining us today: To both, I would like to thank you for your generous remarks.

This is precisely the last day of my administration, ladies and gentlemen, members of the media. During the last day of my administration as President, I am honored to be here standing next to the leaders of two countries who are friends and partners in this signing ceremony of the new trade agreement between Mexico, the U.S., and Canada.

The agreement that we will sign today expresses the shared will by our three nations to work together towards the wellbeing and prosperity of each one of our societies. This day is the culmination of a long process based on dialogue and negotiations that allow us to overcome differences and to conciliate our visions. Once signed, the agreement will be sent to our congresses for its ratification. It will be then when this innovative instrument bears fruit by offering a more inclusive, firm, and modern foundation for our future exchanges.

The negotiation of USMCA allowed to reaffirm the importance of economic integration in North America. For more than a quarter of a century ago, our three countries have maintained very tight trade relationships. Such trade has transformed Mexico. Today, our exchanges abroad represent more than 70 percent of our gross domestic product.

And this has contributed to the fact that, today, the benefits of trade with the world are broadly valued by the Mexican society. Revamping the new trade agreement was aimed to preserve the view of an integrated North America, with a firm belief that together we are stronger and more competitive.

In spite of the progress that we’ve seen in our trade relationship in the last two decades, there was still a long road ahead of us to take advantage of each country’s potential. The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement gives a renewed face to the process of integration. This process achieved, on the first place, to modernize our trade framework. Trade agreements shall not be static. Agreements need to move along with the economy and should be according to the needs of our society.

The inclusion of new provisions on e-commerce, information technologies, and trade-enabling practices are now part of the agreement. In fact, one third of the agreement includes topics that were not included in the current agreement. The renegotiating process of the agreement allowed our region to move into a more inclusive integration — a type of integration that listens to the demands of our societies.

Twenty-four years ago, NAFTA set a new benchmark for trade agreements back then. Today, USMCA is the first trade agreement that incorporates elements that address the social impact of international trade. It enables the participation of more sectors in the economy, including the participation of SMEs in regional trade. It extends the protection of workers’ rights, strengthens the protection of the environment, and also includes a review clause that would make easier that the agreement is revamped more constantly. And this is a true sign of the will we have put in this agreement — the decision to provide more and better opportunities to our peoples.

I would like to acknowledge the work done by the negotiators from the three countries. Each team advocated for each country’s interests. And by doing this, you reached a very positive result for the sake of all countries.

In the case of Mexico, this work bears testimony of the work of the business community who were present during the process, and specifically the new administration that will take office tomorrow. Your support, and the alignment of visions in the last phase, contributed to the success of this renegotiation process.
I would like to say that I sincerely acknowledge President Trump and Prime Minister Trudeau for their vision and the vision that they have put into the process. Thanks to you, President Trump and Prime Minister Trudeau, the agreement that we have signed today will allow each country to gain individually, but also North America will grow stronger and will grow to be more prosperous.

Ladies and gentlemen, currently in the world, each country’s future is firmly linked to what happens in other countries. In North America, we understand this very clearly. We understand that each society’s prosperity will be greater and will be deeply rooted if it’s based in the prosperity of the region as a whole.

This signing ceremony, it is a sign that Mexico, the United States, and Canada, being close — not only due to our geography but on values and our expectations — we’re ready to begin a new chapter in our shared history. Thank you very much.” (Applause.)

 

(The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement is signed.)

 

 


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Vice President Mike Pence at the 5th Israeli-American Council National Conference

 

 

 

Vice President Pence Presents Remarks at the 5th Israeli-American Council National Conference
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FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA – Vice President Mike Pence presents remarks at the 5th Israeli-American Council National Conference on Friday, November 30, 201l

 

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The First Lady Melania Trump Visits Liberty University

 

 

 

 

The First Lady Melania Trump Speaks at Liberty University
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WASHINGTON DC – The First Lady Melania Trump presenting remarks at Liberty University on Thursday, November 29, 2018


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Vice President Mike Pence Speaks at the White House World AIDS Day Event

 

 

 

 

Vice President Mike Pence Speaks at the White House World AIDS Day Event
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WASHINGTON DC – Vice President Mike Pence Vice President Mike Pence Speaks at the White House World AIDS Day Event on Thursday, November 29, 2018


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President Donald J. Trump and the First Lady Melania Trump Participate in the National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

President Donald J. Trump and the First Lady Melania Trump participate in the National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony at The Ellipse on Wednesday,November 28, 2018 in Washington DC,USA..
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President Trump and the First Lady at the National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

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President Donald J. Trump and the First Lady Melania Trump participate in the National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony at The Ellipse on Wednesday,November 28, 2018 in Washington DC,USA..
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WASHINGTON DC – President Donald J. Trump and the First Lady Melania Trump participate in the National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony in Washington, DC, USA on Wednesday, November 28, 2018.

President Donald J. Trump and the First Lady Melania Trump participate in the National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony at The Ellipse on Wednesday,November 28, 2018 in Washington DC,USA..
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President Donald J. Trump has lunch with the Governor of New York in the White House Private Dining Room today at 12:45 PM. In the evening, President Trump and the First Lady depart the White House en route to The Ellipse from the White House South Portico at 4:35 PM. President Trump and the First Lady then arrive at The Ellipse at 4:40 PM. At 5:00 PM President Trump and the First Lady participate in the National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony at The Ellipse. President Trump and the First Lady then leave the Ellipse en route to the White House at approximately 6:05 PM. President Trump and the First Lady are scheduled to arrive at the White House South Portico at 6:10 PM.


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