President Donald Trump is setting his sights on the United States as the world braces for a massive increase in global economic conflict.
His “America First” economic plan, published in a “very large” copybook Wednesday, is an economic blueprint for a world where the US is the sole global economic superpower.
It is an “America first” agenda that, according to the White House, will put American workers first and give the American people “the most powerful economic agenda in the world.”
And the plan, titled “America FIRST: How to Make America Great Again,” lays out a blueprint for what America should do to achieve economic prosperity, job creation, and a more prosperous world.
The White House press office says the plan is a “tribute to the great men and women of our nation who fought and died for this nation’s freedom.”
The “AmericaFirst” economic blueprint, according the press office, “represents the most ambitious plan to rebuild the American middle class in a generation.”
Trump, according “Americafirst,” is “committing to an economy that is pro-worker, pro-growth, pro, pro job creation.”
He is calling for “a balanced budget” and a “strong and stable financial system” that can “rebalance the nation’s economy to ensure that every American has a fair shot at success in life.”
Trump’s plan is the most significant economic agenda that has been released in the Trump era, with the President putting forward a plan to overhaul our nation’s tax code.
It includes a doubling of the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 39.6 percent, a repeal of the estate tax, a dramatic increase in the “personal exemption” for estates worth over $5.9 million, a doubling in the standard deduction, and elimination of the alternative minimum tax.
Trump’s “America-first” economic vision is the first major policy initiative that the President has presented in his first 100 days in office.
And the new plan comes just days after Trump signed a new order to create a National Infrastructure Bank that will provide loan guarantees to infrastructure projects.
The bank is expected to be able to “rebuild the nation from the ground up, not just the infrastructure,” Trump told reporters Wednesday.
“You can’t have a strong and stable system of financial institutions that can bail out the financial system.
And we are going to bail out our financial system with this National Infrastructure Credit Bank.
That will be a major component of rebuilding our financial sector, and I’m going to be putting that out.”
The new “America in Focus” economic strategy was first introduced by Vice President Mike Pence in August of last year, with Trump signing the executive order to build a “great” infrastructure bank.
And Trump, Pence said in a speech at the National Press Club on Tuesday, is committed to “creating a global infrastructure bank that is both affordable and can work for every nation, region, and economy.”
But Trump’s blueprint is a blueprint that will help him “make the case to the world that we’re strong, that we are not weak, that our economy is strong, and that we should be the world’s leader.”
Trump is the President of the United State, and he is also the “leader of the free world,” according to Trump.
The “new” “America” policy is a bold departure from the previous administration’s approach.
The President has repeatedly said that he wants to make America great again.
But as The Washington Post noted, the “America’s” is a catch-all term that can include a “nationalistic pride” and an “aggressive nationalism” as well.
“America has always been about Americanism, not nationalism,” the President wrote in a February 2017 letter to Congress, “so I am committed to building on the successes of our country in the past, but also building on its achievements and creating new opportunities for everyone.”
“America is great because we are proud of who we are and what we stand for.
We are a country that has always stood up for the rights of others, not only for our own people but for our neighbors and for the world,” the letter concluded.
But the “new America” policy, while bold and new, is a change from previous policies that were seen as “America second.”
For example, the Trump administration has repeatedly been criticized for “America Third” policies that targeted immigrants, minorities, women, and LGBTQ people.
This time around, however, the new “USA First” agenda is a response to Trump’s repeated attacks on “fake news,” the “dishonest media,” and “fake politicians” and has not focused on economic issues.
“In our America First agenda, we will focus on protecting our economy, our national security, and our freedoms,” Trump wrote in his April 2018 “America the Beautiful” address.
“We will stand with our allies against the enemies of freedom, and we will defend our nation from foreign threats, and all those who would do us harm.”
But the President, Trump told