White House Deputy: Trump Looking to Boost U.S.-Made Products
Aug 14, 2020 1 min, 32 secs
The White House is looking at a number of ways to boost American-made products and reshore vital industries to the United States from abroad, special assistant to President Trump for domestic policy Theo Wold says.

In an exclusive interview with SiriusXM Patriot’s Breitbart News Daily, Wold said the president is “looking at a number of things that we can do within the law” to better inform American consumers about where products and goods are made.

“We have been looking at a number of things that we can do within the law, because it won’t surprise your listeners to hear there are legal restrictions on what we can advertise or how we can let consumers know about what products are made where,” Wold said.

“But we’ve been looking at a number of different avenues to inform the American consumer about ‘Hey, these goods are made here in the United States with American made labor.

Similarly, Americans support increasing tariffs on foreign imports by a 66 percent majority and about 76 percent said they are willing to pay five percent to 100 percent more for U.S.-made products over products made abroad.

Peter Navarro and a number of us have sort of a phased approach that we’re pushing to reshore heavy industry, bring manufacturing back to this country,” Wold said.

“I think now during the pandemic this has come into sharp relief for millions of Americans that, you know, the fact that China makes 90 percent of our country’s latex gloves or makes 90 percent of our aspirin is a real problem,” Wold said.

For instance, 88 percent of Americans said the government should require that medical supplies are made in the U.S.

About 81 to 87 percent said they support requirements that pharmaceuticals, products bought by the Defense Department, airplanes, and airplane parts be made in the U.S.

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