Trump to tout apprenticeships as way to fill jobs gap


They are scheduled to join with business leaders for a round table discussion after the tour. Although the labor force participation is at Jimmy Carter-era lows, that can change if we equip young Americans with the skills they need to fill high-paying jobs that are now sitting vacant or being filled with imported talent. The poll was conducted before a shooting spree at a Washington-era baseball field on Wednesday left a congressman wounded and renewed calls for more civil political discourse.

"Just backstage, we were negotiating with a major, major incredible manufacturer of phones and computers and televisions, and I think they're going to give the governor a very happy surprise very soon", Trump said.

Republican strategists working outside the White House frequently bemoan the tall task of White House communications officials and several have refused to consider what would normally be a coveted position inside the White House because Trump so consistently undermines his own communications shop. "We have a lot of companies moving in, a lot of plants are going to be built".

"Just arrived in Wisconsin to discuss JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!"

Those services include resume polishing, literacy lessons and employment placement. Almost a third of Republicans or Republican-leaning independents said the same.

First daughter Ivanka Trump is taking center stage once again as she kicks off Workforce Development Week at the White House. The Department of Labor, they said, "still sits over and above [the new approval process] and still adjudicates it at the end of the day", one of the White House officials told reporters.

"I've been on the Trump tax policy proposals beat since the beginning - let's see how many days it has been - one sec", Cole said. And 43 percent said they believe James Comey's version of events over the president's, while 30 percent voiced more belief in the president.

Of Trump, Denmon said: "He doesn't care about the process".

According to a report by the Telegraph, the FLOTUS "urged her "loyal" friends to sign a card for the president in an email to supporters last Thursday, adding: "I need your help to make it a birthday my husband will never forget". "No matter how good it is - if it's the greatest healthcare plan ever devised, we will get zero votes by the obstructionists, the Democrats". "What he's trying to do is good".

Trump's health-care comments, at a White House lunch with 15 GOP senators, provided a surprising critique of a Republican-written House measure whose passage he lobbied for and earlier called "a great plan".

"The four modern presidents who *did* hit the 60% disapproval mark only did so well into their presidencies, after serious crisis or scandal", Kruse wrote. The poll was conducted after Trump's announcement that the country would withdraw from the Paris climate agreement.

However, critics accuse Trump of hurting the people he's attempting to help.

Americans are more divided over Trump's handling of the threat of terrorism, with 47 percent saying they approve and 52 percent that they disapprove. Fifty-seven percent said they disapprove.

The most recent Marquette University Law School poll of Wisconsin residents from March showed more people disapproved of the job Trump had been doing than approved.

A London-based military analysis group says the siege of Mosul and targeted killings of experts in US -led airstrikes have significantly degraded the Islamic State group's ability to produce chemical weapons.