President Trump Visits Ohio, Touts Positive Effects of Tax Law

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While the caption with the video said "President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump depart the White House on their way to Ohio", Twitter users were quick to point out the awkwardness visible in their walk.

He also accused Democrats of being "un-American" for not clapping, even for positive news during his address to the nation last week, in contrast to fellow Republicans, who he said were "going totally insane wild" over everything in the speech.

"They would rather see Trump do badly than our country do well", the president said of Democrats' response to his speech last week.

The president will be going to Sheffer Corp.

He praised the work of Children's Hospital and then said that he believes in getting tough on drug dealers.

The president will deliver remarks to Sheffer Corp, an Ohio-based manufacturer that recently gave 126 workers $1,000 bonuses because of the tax bill.

At 4:46 p.m., Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin - who returned to Washington with Trump, along with tax policy adviser Shahira Knight, Representative Jim Renacci and Senator Rob Portman, both Ohio Republicans - approached the press cabin. "Wait til you see what we're going to do". Like George W. Bush, Ronald Reagan and even Herbert Hoover in their own moments of market distress, the Trump team struck an upbeat note, trying to shift the focus to economic "fundamentals". She was there, along with her running mate, Cincinnati area businessman Nathan Estruth.

The first lady was wearing a brown leather skirt, yellow sweater and a yellow coat to match when she walked out of the White House and into Marine One alongside the president.

But Wenstrup said his due to his House committee responsibilities and his Army Reserve commitment to serve at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, he could not be in Blue Ash Monday. There were also a few Trump supporters outside.

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