WE’LL FOCUS ON SMALL BUSINESSES ON MAIN STREET. WE’LL FOCUS ON MINORITY SMALL BUSINESSES, WOMEN-OWNED SMALL BUSINESSES AND GETTING THEM THE RESOURCES THEY NEED TO REBUILD.
AMERICAN MANUFACTURING WAS THE ARSENAL OF DEMOCRACY IN WORLD WAR II. IT WILL BE SO AGAIN.
IMAGINE A FUTURE MADE IN AMERICA. ALL MADE IN AMERICA AND ALL BY AMERICANS.
WE’LL USE TAX PAYERS DOLLARS TO REBUILD AMERICA. WE’LL BUY AMERICAN PRODUCTS, SUPPORTING MILLIONS OF AMERICAN JOBS.
IMAGINE HISTORIC INVESTMENTS THIS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, TO SHARPEN AMERICA’S INNOVATIVE EDGE IN MARKETS WHERE GLOBAL INITIATIVE IS UP FOR GRABS. THE BATTERY MARKET, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY, CLEAN ENERGY.
IMAGINE AMERICAN JOBS AND INGENUITY LEADING THE WORLD.
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