President Trump Participates in the Pledges to America’s Workers – One Year Celebration


Ms. Trump:
Welcome everyone. Today, here we are here
to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the
White House’s Pledge to America’s Workers, a call
to action for business and industry to create more
and better jobs for Americans by providing
education and skills for American students
and workers. I’d like to thank
Vice President Pence. Mr. Vice President, I look
forward to traveling with you to Florida tomorrow
in support of this trade initiative. Thank you for everything
that you’ve done. Secretary Mnuchin,
Secretary Bernhardt, Secretary Ross, thank
you for co-chairing this initiative with
me at Commerce. Acting Secretary Pizzella,
Secretary Azar, it was great being with you in
Iowa just last week. Acting Secretary
Administrator Wheeler, Acting Director Vought,
Acting Administrator Pilkerton, Director
Lawrence Kudlow –who has continued to tell me that
if a CNBC host can be reskilled, anyone can. So I appreciate that. (laughter) Director Joe
Grogan, Representative Liz Cheney, and Representative
Virginia Foxx, thank you. Each of you has done a
tremendous job furthering our Pledge to
America’s Workers. This campaign was born out
of the tremendous economic resurgence happening
across our country. Today, more Americans are
working than ever before. Virtually every single
demographic is achieving historically low
unemployment rates. There are 7.3
million open jobs. Wages are surging. And with an unemployment
rate at 3.7 percent, it is nearing the lowest rate
in a half a century. Amazingly, if you look
at the last quarter, the second quarter –of all
the new jobs created, 74 percent of new jobs were
secured by Americans outside of the workforce
on the sidelines of our economy. This administration
believes that every American should have a
chance to earn a great living doing work
that they love. The pledge reflects the
President’s commitment to ensuring inclusive
economic growth and making sure that all Americans
are equipped with the skills they need to secure
and retain good-paying jobs, whether they’re
coming right out of high school and looking for
their first career or entering their first
career, or later on in their life cycle, needing
to learn a new skill or a new trade because of the
consequences and effects of automation in this
rapidly changing, technological environment. The President’s call to
action for the pledge has become a full-blown
national movement. Over the last year, more
than 300 businesses –300 businesses –have signed
the pledge –businesses large and small. And today, we celebrate
reaching 12 million pledged commitments. (applause) I have
personally traveled to over 20 states in support
of this initiative and heard unbelievable stories
of potential realized and dreams achieved. This pledge is more
than just a number. Every single pledge is a
commitment to the promise of an individual and
his or her potential. The pledge is a commitment
to 12 million American lives improved. Twelve million individual
opportunities that will impact families and
whole communities. Today, we highlight the
impact and the stories of lives transformed by
companies investing in the greatest asset they have:
the American worker. We will hear from
individuals like Johnny, from Orlando, Florida; and
Sarah, from Littleton, Colorado –Sarah and I
were just together earlier this week; as they join us
here at the White House. And now I would like
to turn it over to the President of the
United States. Mr. President. The President: Well, thank
you very much, Ivanka. (applause) And I think I’m
allowed to be proud of my daughter. (laughter) But the fact is
that she’s worked so hard at this. And this started just
about from the beginning, and she had lots of
options to do certain things. All she knew is she wanted
to help people, and it really is that she settled
down into jobs and training. And she has done an
incredible — an incredible job herself, because I
guess it’s up to almost 12 million people, maybe even
over 12 million people. And who would have thought
that was possible? This started out — I
shouldn’t say this, Ivanka — but she was looking to
do 500,000, and she did that in her first week. And you have to understand
Ivanka to figure that one out. But now she’s over 12
million, and it’s an incredible thing. And she does it to
make families happy. Companies have stepped
up, like Marillyn. Thank you very much. Lockheed Martin. But companies have stepped
up to the plate, and so many companies have done
thousands and thousands of jobs and the training
for these jobs. It’s not like the old
days, where you go in and you do something that’s
much simpler today, with new technology and
computers and all of the different things
you have to know. This is just not something
that you can easily step into. And companies can train
so much better than governments. Governments get into that,
and they really don’t have a clue as to what
they’re doing. And it costs a
lot of money. And I just want to
congratulate a lot of the people in the room because
you worked with Ivanka and you’ve done something
very special. All of our congresspeople
and senators, and all of our fantastic people, like
Ben — thank you very much, Ben. I know how much
you’ve helped. Ben Carson. So much help has been
given to Ivanka. And, really, it’s a
big congratulations. We’re talking about
a tremendous number. Nothing like this has
ever been done before. So, congratulations,
Ivanka. Congratulations. And keep it up. So, when will you
hit 24 million? When are you going
to be doubling? Ms. Trump: At this
pace, very soon. The President: The way
she goes, pretty soon. (laughter) So,
thank you, honey. And maybe I’d like to
have Mike Pence say a few words, please. Vice President. Thank you. The Vice President: Well,
thank you, Mr. President. And I want to join you in
commending Ivanka for the work that she’s done
on this, the work that members of our Cabinet
have done, traveling all across the country. It’s astonishing to think,
the one-year anniversary of the Pledge to America’s
Workers: 300 American companies committing
to train people for 12 million good-paying
American jobs. That is an astonishing
accomplishment, and it’s a tribute to all the great
companies represented here. And I think, Mr.
President, it’s not only evidence of Ivanka’s
dedication and your team’s dedication, but it’s also
your commitment to working Americans. You said, three years ago,
that the forgotten men and women would be
forgotten no more. And the policies that
we’ve advanced have revived the
American economy. Six million new
jobs created. The unemployment rate
is at a 50-year low. But as Ivanka just said,
there are millions of jobs going unfulfilled today. And so, your initiative,
Mr. President, with the Pledge to America’s
Workers, about making sure that people just like
all the great Americans gathered in this room have
the background and the training to be able to
fill those jobs is a testament to your
commitment to hardworking Americans. I know you’re
hard on this. I know that you’re a
President who believes that all honest
work is honorable. And your commitment to
skills education, to vocational education
is a testament to your determination to make the
American economy great again for every American. So I want to thank your
daughter, but I want to invite everyone here to
say “thank you” to you one more time for your
commitment to America’s workers. (applause) Ms. Trump: And
I think that’s a perfect segue into
hearing from Jim. Jim is the CEO of Toyota. And just this past year,
based on the policies put in place by this
administration — tax reform, deregulation
— Toyota announced a $13 billion commitment to
investment in North America, which is going
to create 600 new jobs. Very, very exciting. (applause) So thank
you, Jim, for that. In March of this past
year, I had the privilege of traveling to Kentucky
and seeing the largest car plant in North America and
also explore some of the great training programs. And there, Jim signed
the Pledge to America’s Workers: 200,000 pledge
training opportunities. And with him today is
Shameka, who I met in Kentucky. And it would be great to
hear from both of you. Maybe, Jim, if you
want to kick us off. Mr. Lentz:
That’d be great. Thank you very much. You know, first off,
congratulations on this milestone. After one year,
that’s tremendous. And thank you very much
for visiting our plant in Kentucky. It meant a lot to
our team members. And, in fact, that plant
is now the number-one Toyota plant in the world. So we’re very
excited about that. And we’ve made two major
commitments to our team members. Number one is
the $13 billion. That’s –thank you, Mr.
President, for having such a strong economy for
allowing us to be able to do that. And that’s $13 billion is
not only for the new plant in Alabama and the new
headquarters we built in Texas, but it’s really to
spend dollars in the areas of R&D and in all of our
plants to make sure that our plants are the most
competitive Toyota plants in the world. But, number two, and the
reason we’re here today: It’s all about the development of our team members. And whether it’s
development of the technicians in our
dealerships or the development within
manufacturing, that’s probably what I’m
most excited about. And it’s — and Shameka is
going to tell you in just a few minutes about her
experience and her journey through that. But we committed 200,000. To date, we have already
trained 18,000 of our team members. And it’s as a result of
what was developed in Kentucky that allowed
us to work with 27 now, across the country — 27
community colleges across 11 states. So every location that we
are building cars, we have this relationship
for training. And that’s enough about
me because this is really about Shameka today. So, Shameka has been with
us for about two years in our Kentucky plant. She’s a U.S. veteran. And we’d love to hear
about your journey. Ms. Green: Thank you. It’s an honor to be here. My name is Shameka Green. I am a team member at
Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Kentucky. I joined Toyota about
two years ago with no automotive experience. Luckily, I served four
years in the U.S. Army prior to entering
the workforce. (applause) The Army
equipped me with leadership skills, a
sense of resilience, and discipline. And I was able to
translate those skills onto the shop floor. And Toyota, like the
military, invested in me, and they — my supervisors
encouraged me to take on new challenges and also
provided opportunities for me to take advanced
training courses. So, in just two short
years, I have taken on more responsibility, I
have expanded my skillset, and been able to
transition into more superior positions. So I am grateful that
Toyota has taken the pledge to American
workers, because it reassures me that Toyota
will continue to invest in me. And as we come upon change
in the future, Toyota will help me be prepared
for those changes. Thank you. (applause) Ms.
Trump: Amazing. With us also is Johnny,
from Orlando, Florida. And Johnny is a prep cook
with Aloft Hotels, and just has an amazing story. And part of your journey
and your training experience was a result
of the American Hotel and Lodging Association’s
signing of our pledge. So if you could share with
us, Johnny, a bit about your story –very
inspiring –and the opportunity that the
pledge has afforded you. Mr. Brummit: First and
foremost, I would like to thank everyone here today
for allowing me to be here and also inviting me to
speak amongst you guys. The hospitality industry
is an industry where dreams come true and
support systems are willing to support. As for myself, being the
youngest of four siblings, I was raised by my
grandmother, which led me to want to cook in life
and lead on her legacy. (laughter) Ms. Trump: And
Johnny’s grandmother is here, and it’s
her birthday. (Laughs.) (applause) Mr. Brummit: I didn’t always make the correct choices as — in life as a kid, but knowing that I had a praying grandmother and knowing where I was in
life, that I wanted to do better for myself
and for my family. Not so fortunate in life,
I didn’t know exactly what school I wanted to go to. Well, I knew what I wanted
to do, but I didn’t know exactly how far I could
go and if it was an — and expensive for me. Given the suggestion by
my aunt, she gave me the suggestion about Second
Harvest, and I took on the — I took on the
opportunity to apply, and I knew that Second
Harvest was going to be a life-changing
moment for me. Second Harvest taught me
cleaning, sanitation. They also taught me how to
manage myself properly, and also eye-catching
skills with knives and presentation
with the food. Transportation and
funds were hard for me. It was a small barrier for
me at the time, but Second Harvest supplied me with
transportation and many other goods. I want to thank — I just
want to thank the American Lodging Hotel Association
for the pledge which benefitted me and
other thousands with long-lasting careers,
training, and education, scholarships and
grants for schooling. And also, I would love
to give a thanks for it because it
benefitted me well. It turned me into the
young man that I am today. It gave me a leadership
guidance, and it has also given me a chance to grow. Because not only in the
hospitality industry is just cooking, you
can also, you know, housekeeping, bartending. And from there,
I’ve been promoted. Within six months — August
12th, it will be six months for me — I’ve
already been promoted twice, and I’ve been
doing good ever since. I work — yeah, I wake up
— from 4:30 to 1:30 in the morning, and from there I
still continue to go home and cook and clean
and work from there. So it’s really been a
pleasure from the American Hotel and Lodging
Association with this pledge that they have
given and benefitted me. (applause) Ms. Trump:
That’s amazing, Johnny. Now I’d like to introduce
Marillyn Hewson, the CEO of Lockheed Martin. And Marillyn was one of
the first CEOs to sign our pledge when we launched
this campaign a year ago and was with us at the
White House a year ago for the signing. Lockheed committed to
8,000 job and training opportunities over
the next five years. And just this past week, I
was out in Colorado with you, Marillyn, and I met
Sarah, who you brought with you to the White
House today to learn about your apprentice program in
advanced manufacturing. So, Marillyn, if you
would like to share and introduce Sarah,
that’d be great. Ms. Hewson: Thank you,
Ivanka, and thank you for all that you’re doing. But importantly, Mr.
President, thank you for your leadership, for
putting a focus on this important initiative. We all know, as Ivanka
said, that there is a skills gap. So what you’re doing to
help bridge that gap by focusing government,
private industry, as well as academia on this, with
your focus on workforce and the American worker,
is what’s going to make a difference for
this country. And as Ivanka said last
year, where we were happy to pledge our 8,000
internships and apprenticeships and worker
training initiatives, we also pledged $150 million
towards STEM scholarships and start training for
education for our workers, which came through
tax reform and other opportunities that your
administration has focused on so much. And I’m happy that one of
the initiatives that we put underway is our
Advanced Manufacturing Technician Apprenticeship
Program, which we expanded. And Sarah Latham — who I
want to introduce to you today so that she can tell
your story — is someone who has positively
benefitted from that. So we — I want to turn it
over to her to let her tell you a little
bit about what she’s accomplished. Sarah? Ms. Latham: Thank you. Thank you, Mr. President,
for having me here today. As mentioned, my name is
Sarah Latham and I’m a graduate of AMTAP’s
pilot program from 2016. There are many benefits to
AMTAP, but what I loved most about the program was
the course content and the course structuring. Joining Lockheed Martin
through AMTAP was different than the
traditional hiring process where you apply,
interview, and then start on day one. AMTAP’s process was a
nine-week process where each week you learned a
multitude of hands-on skills, and over the
course of time you learned about accountability and
ownership for your work. By the end of the program,
you had not only graduated with newly developed
manufacturing skills, you had also cultivated the
desire to do well in your career. Since graduating AMTAP,
I have worked as a technician building
flight hardware for space vehicles currently
in orbit. And recently, I accepted
a new position as a manufacturing planner. Apprenticeship programs
like AMTAP allow you to cultivate new skills in
a STEM-related career without having a
four-year degree in STEM. So I’m honored to have
been a part of this program. And thank you again for
having me here today. (applause) The
President: Thank you. Ms. Trump: Thank
you, Sarah. And now I’d like to
introduce Audra. Audra is –works with
small business in Michigan, and I believe
you met with Acting Secretary [Administrator]
Pilkerton just this past week when he was touring
in support of the Pledge to America’s Workers. And he was so impressed by
you that he shared your story with all of us, and
we’d love to hear from you directly, Audra. Ms. Thurston: So, I’m
an engineer at Calumet Electronics. We are a 100 percent
domestic supplier of circuit boards. The circuit board industry
was deeply affected by the offshoring to
the Asian market. And with President Trump’s
initiatives and the Pledge to America’s Workers,
we’ve been able to bring back training for workers,
like myself, as well as resources to pursue
advancing technology. So I was actually hired
during the summer of the start of the pledge, and
since then I have had an opportunity to continue my
education, training under industry leaders and
filling the gaps that are in the industry. I’ve had the opportunity
to lead and participate in a team that is researching
advanced manufacturing techniques that could
help us compete with the offshore market. And I’ve also been able
to participate with our current intern class;
that’s where I came from. And since the program
started with me, we’ve been able to triple the
size of our intern class. And I’ve been able to work
with them and develop their skills. The President: Thank you. Ms. Trump: It’s
amazing, Audra. (applause) It’s been
incredible how businesses large and small have
signed on to the pledge and created these
tremendous opportunities for their employees. So thank you for
representing great small business in
Michigan: Calumet. And now I would like
to turn it over to Jay Timmons. Jay is the President and
CEO of NAM, the National Association for
Manufacturers. And today he had a very,
very exciting announcement about his commitment to
this initiative and to the future of manufacturing
here in the United States. Jay, would you like
to share with us? Mr. Timmons: I would very
much like to share it with you. But first, thank you,
Ivanka, for your great leadership on this
initiative, and congratulations
on the milestone. And, Mr. President,
thank you. You know, when you
addressed our board of directors at the end of
2017, you said that many of the policies that you
were promoting would be rocket fuel for the
economy, and indeed they were — to the point that
we have 500,000 open jobs in manufacturing today,
which is part of that 7.3 million. So our commitment from the
National Association of Manufacturers is to
attract more workers to our sector through
education programs and our Creators Wanted campaign
that we’ve launched across the country. And it’s also to retrain
and upskill workers that are already in the
manufacturing sector. And so that’s why today
we were very pleased and proud to be able to
announce that we will commit the resources
or that — on behalf of manufacturers, we will
commit the resources to provide training and
upskilling opportunities for 1.186 million
manufacturing workers. (applause) But that’s
really just a start. We think that’s a
conservative number. Our members, as you know
— our manufacturers every single day are providing
training opportunities. And one of those companies
is Staub Manufacturing. I know you’re very
familiar in the Dayton, Ohio area. I brought with us today, a
person you made the most famous welder in America,
and that’s Corey Adams. Corey, where are you? Hold your hand up. (applause) You may
remember Corey from the 2018 State of Manu-
— State of Manufacturing — (laughs) — State if
the Union Address here in Washington. And, Mr. President,
you recognized Corey. As you know, he supported
himself through high school and he got a job
during the recession, only to lose it. And then he was hired at
Staub Manufacturing where, like our other
manufacturers, Staub committed to providing the
skills necessary for Corey to become a welder and
to add to his career portfolio at the company
and in manufacturing. So, that’s one
example of many. We look forward to
working with you, and our manufacturing institute
working with you, to continue to upskill
the workforce in manufacturing. Ms. Trump: Amazing, Jay. Thank you. (applause) And I would
like to recognize so many other great companies and
workers from across the nation who have joined us
here today: employees from Apple, from Samsung, from
Siemens, and so many other great businesses. So if you could all stand,
we’d love to give you a round of applause. (applause) One of the
things that has been so impactful for us is to
travel around the country and hear the individual
stories of how new pathways have been opened
up for you as a result of the training experiences
you’ve undertaken. And hearing from you
today reinforces why this initiative is so important
and why we’re so committed to it. So, really, thank you. And, Mr. President, if
you’d like to say a few final words
before we leave. The President: Well, I
can just say this is an incredible event to me
because I was with you on day one when it started,
and to see how far you’ve come and how far everybody
has come, including my friend the welder back
there who is now making a lot of money, and
I’m proud of you. (laughter) And I heard
you’re doing a great job. And he is probably the
most famous welder right now. Maybe in the world,
come to think of it. But it’s going
well, isn’t it? I’ll just tell you,
it’s been an incredible experience for me to watch
this happen and for my Cabinet to watch
it happen with me. They have been doing an
incredible job at trying to help out
wherever possible. And all of the really
spectacular companies –we have the greatest
companies anywhere in the world. We make the best jets and
fighters and missiles, and we make the best
everything. We make the best product
— best product in the world And they’re all
coming back now. They’re coming back
to the United States. They want to be in the
United States; it’s the hot place. I hear it all the time. I hear it from other,
frankly, presidents and prime ministers and
kings and queens. They all say they want to
come back to the United States. And some of them, other
countries, are not exactly thrilled. But we are the hottest
economy in the world. We’re the hottest
place in the world. And you’re doing
a fantastic job. Thank you very
much, Ivanka. Thank you. (applause) Thank
you very much.

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    Weird, America using media to program people for the FALL OF AMERICA!

    YOUR LORD HATES YOU MR. PESTILENCE FAILURE.

  27. Genesis 8:22. As long as the earth endures, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never cease."

  28. Isn't it nice to see discussion and agreements nicely together and no disfunctional attitudes towards their duties to the American people..🤗

  29. Good morning? Mr,President Trump,… God bless you,… 🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🤝🤝🤝🤝🤝❤❤❤❤❤🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏👏👏👏👏👏

  30. 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

  31. The best president Trump!!! Thank you so much for making Good on your Campain promises Mr, President Trump!!!! Miss you all and love you,… God bless you Always AMERICA,…🤝🤝🤝🤝🤝❤❤❤❤❤🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏👊👊👊👊👊🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸👏👏👏👏👏

  32. Thank you very much All,… miss you and I love you so much All,.. God bless you all,….👏👏👏👏👏❤❤❤❤❤🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🤝🤝🤝🤝🤝👊👊👊👊👊🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

  33. Thank you very very much Mr, President Donald Trump!!! Take care Always yourself,… I love you your family,…. God bless you Always your family,…. miss you Mr,president Trump,…🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸❤❤❤❤❤🤝🤝🤝🤝🤝🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏👏👏👏👏👏

  34. Legal Lawful Citizens of The United States of America for the Reelection of President Donald J Trump & Vice President Michael Pence. #SixMoreYears #DemoNHunteRRockS

  35. Ivanka, you are one classy lady, beautiful, smart and dignified. The “squad” could learn a thing or two from you. Well done

  36. Awesome program 👍. Congratulations to Ivanka on the great successes on the jobs and training front. Very touching stories.

  37. Outstanding!!! I love the progress this administration is making. Literally, this hits me straight in the heart. I love my Country!

  38. ❤️❤️❤️Trump2020!!!❤️❤️❤️Ivanka 2024!!!❤️❤️❤️

  39. What an awesome president keeping Americans working and free inspire of the entire lintel machine turned towards stopindg him at every turn. Take that you communist Americans don’t want your crumbs we want to work for why we get and want freedom to make decisions for ourselves rather then the squad and their cronies. Great job. Everyone on stage

  40. Our President makes me so proud to be an American, for 8 yrs I was embarrassed & ashamed of the fairy & his big ugly Tran. 🤮. How does President Trump do this? He never stops putting Americans 1st.

  41. CONGRATULATIONS PRESIDENT TRUMP,CONGRATULATIONS BEAUTIFUL IVANKA,GOD BLESS YOU AND PROTECT YOU FOR YOUR BIG BIG HEART,KEEP AMERICA GREAT 👍

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