Walters: Trump’s Priority Remains American Workers ‘Forgotten and Left Behind by Washington’

US President Donald Trump addresses a crowd during the debut event for the Dreamliner 787-10 at Boeing's South Carolina facilities on February 17, 2017
Washington, DC

Deputy White House press secretary Lindsay Walters joined Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Matt Boyle on Tuesday to discuss President Trump’s early moves in office, fulfilling a bevy of campaign promises, jobs being a priority.

“The president has made it very clear it’s very important to him to jumpstart job creation, to build and look out for the American worker that Washington has left behind,” said Walters.

Walters listed a number of Trump’s early accomplishments, including withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, hosting COOs to announce a seven billion dollar Intel investment expected to create more than ten thousand American jobs, and signing an order to move forward “to clear the road blocks for the Keystone pipeline.” Trump also moved forward on the Dakota access pipeline.

“The president has made it very clear that a top priority of his is to create jobs and to build the economy,” added Walters, citing surging numbers on Wall Street previously pointed out by host Boyle. “We’re going to continue to see that as the president is able to continue to roll back red tape bureaucracy – that is enabling businesses to boom and flourish and create jobs for the American people,” she said.

“His main goal,” concluded Walters, “is to make sure that those American workers that have been forgotten and left behind by Washington are able to get jobs and be employed.”

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