Trump Lays Out His 6 Promises To Americans For His Second Term

Trump Lays Out His 6 Promises To Americans For His Second Term
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President Donald Trump laid out six initiatives he plans to pursue if he wins a second term on November 3.

Trump announced the list during an appearance at the Whirlpool Corporation in Ohio, highlighting the promises he kept from his 2016 campaign while laying out new ones for his next term.

Trump’s first promise was to defeat the coronavirus, saying his administration was using all its resources to develop therapies, a vaccine, and medical equipment to limit the spread of the virus. His second promise was he would return the economy to pre-coronavirus levels of success, saying employment would was already on the rise.

Read the rest of Trump's second term inititives here.

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