Donald Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, would unveil his agenda for revitalising the American economy next Monday, his campaign announced on Friday.
“Trump’s speech will focus on empowering Americans by freeing up the necessary tools for everyone to gain economically,” his campaign said in a statement. It will stand in stark contrast to Hillary Clinton’s same, stale big government policy prescriptions that have choked economic growth in America and led to over 40 years of wage stagnation, it alleged.
“Americans will have two choices presented to them this November, to stay on the same path that has cost Americans millions of jobs, and declining incomes, or change that can finally allow Americans to reach their potential and become great again,” the Trump campaign said.
The GOP presidential nominee also revealed names of members of his economic team, which include Steve Roth, Harold Hamm, Howard Lorber, Steven Mnuchin, Tom Barrack, Stephen M Calk, John Paulson, Andy Beal, and Steve Feinberg. Additionally, the team includes highly respected advisers David Malpass, Peter Navarro, Stephen Moore and Dan DiMicco. The campaign’s policy team will be led by national director of policy, Stephen Miller, and Deputy Director, Dan Kowolski, the media statement said.
“For too long we have watched as President Obama and Hillary Clinton have ruined our economy and decimated the middle class,” Trump said in an accompanying statement.
“I am going to be the greatest jobs President our country has ever seen. We will do more for the hardworking people of our country and Make America Great Again,” he said.