President Trump chose Son-in-Law Jared Kushner to lead the groundbreaking new office that he created in his administration.
It’s called “The White House Office of American Innovation.”
President Trump and Kushner will be inviting the powerhouses of business, innovation and industry to brainstorm ways to make the government run more like a successful business.
The Swamp is Gettin’ Drained! Woo Hoo!
CNN (yes CNN* ) reports,
President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, will lead a new White House office aimed at reforming the federal government through private-sector solutions.
On Monday, Trump will announce the establishment of a White House Office of American Innovation, which will be tasked with crafting ideas to reshape the federal bureaucracy to make it leaner and more effective…
The office will look to build on Trump’s campaign promises to apply a business mentality to the federal government, which Trump has often decried as overly burdensome…
A White House spokesperson confirmed the new office would be announced on Monday, but declined to provide additional details about its mission.”All Americans, regardless of their political views, can recognize that government stagnation has hindered our ability to properly function, often creating widespread congestion and leading to cost overruns and delays,” Trump said in a statement to the Post. “I promised the American people I would produce results, and apply my ‘ahead of schedule, under budget’ mentality to the government.”
The move asserts even further Kushner’s already broad portfolio within the West Wing, where he has an influential purview over a range of both foreign and domestic policy issues. The new office will look to churn out new ideas to reform the federal government, with Kushner proclaiming to the Post that “we should have excellence in government.”
Kushner stated, “The government should be run like a great American Company.”
What a concept. The current set-up runs at a snail’s pace, sucking up taxpayer’s blood money. Jabba the Hutt Washington insiders and lobbyists run the government machine like its their own little Piggybank.
Globalist politicians, Fat Cat insiders, and their Radicalized Left Army won’t like this one bit! They don’t want to Make America Great Again. Like Obama and Hillary, they want to rip it to shreds and plunder our coffers in the process.
This SWAT Team will Drain the Swamp And Make America Great Again!
The Hill reports,
The new office, which is described in the Post report as a “SWAT team” to fix the federal bureaucracy, is working with tech giants such as Apple CEO Tim Cook, Microsoft founder Bill Gates, Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk and Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff. It is expected to pull ideas from the business world and may consider privatizing some government functions.
Interesting footnote about CNN*
Many mainstream media outlets-including Fox, reported this story by peppering their narrative with constant reminders about President Trump’s health care “failure.” What the Hell does that have to do with this?
Clearly they want to undermine the President by ignoring or putting a damper on his outstanding achievements.
Strangely enough, it looks like CNN may be trying to win a place back at the credibility table. Their coverage (above) was factual with zero mention of the so called “failure” of Ryancare.
See that wasn’t so hard, was it? We’re not asking them to gush over our fairly elected President. Just present actual facts without framing them in a hit piece. That’s all we ask.
The Hill almost succeeded. But they couldn’t control the urge to add a barb-turd at the very end of the article about the Democrats’ scrutiny of Jared Kushner.
The Left and Mainstream Media still don’t “get” President Trump. But his loyal voters know he’s a master chess player. Time will prove that his healthcare “failure” was one of the most brilliant Presidential moves in modern history.
All that aside, the White House Office of American Innovation is the most exciting thing to come out of that Swamp in ages!
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