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President Trump and daughter Ivanka Trump will hit the road next week to focus on workforce development and job creation as the White House looks to turn the page on former FBI Director James Comey.
On Tuesday, the president, the First Daughter, and Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta will travel to Wisconsin to tour the Waukesha County Technical College, where they’ll promote new steps the administration will take to expand apprenticeships and make it easier for students to obtain skills-based education through “earn-and-learn” programs.
On a conference call with reporters, Ivanka Trump said the event was to “raise awareness about the fact that there are important and very viable and respectable career paths outside of a traditional four-year college experience that should be considered and should be invested in.”
The new jobs push comes as the White House looks to move beyond a dramatic week dominated by Comey’s testimony on Capitol Hill.
Millions of Americans tuned in to see
the former FBI director question Trump’s character, call him a liar and allege that the president had demanded loyalty while asking him to bury an investigation into his former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
Those dramatic developments blotted out the administration’s weeklong policy push on infrastructure. The president traveled to Cincinnati to whip support for an infrastructure-spending plan, but the White House was helpless to cut through the frenzy around Comey.
The White House likely hopes to pivot back to a message that serves Trump’s base and has potential to broadly resonate…Read More