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(The Washington Post)
Trump signs National Manufacturing Day proclamation
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President Trump signed a proclamation for National Manufacturing Day on Oct. 6. He winked and told reporters "you'll see" what he was referring to the previous day by saying, "the calm before the storm."
President Trump signed a proclamation for National Manufacturing Day on Oct. 6. He winked and told reporters "you'll see" what he was referring to the previous day by saying, "the calm before the storm."
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