Trump will create a Presidential forum on strategies and policies

Трамп создаст Президентский форум по стратегии и политике

The President elect will create a platform to discuss ways of implementing its election program with representatives of the largest companies in the U.S., reported the headquarters of Donald trump on Friday.

“The President-elect Donald trump today announced the creation of the President’s forum on strategies and policies,” — said in a statement released by his staff. Explained that the forum will bring together “some of the most respected and successful business leaders who will meet regularly with the President in order to share their experience and knowledge” as implementation of the President’s plan “on returning jobs and (implementation plan) to Make America great again”.

The new platform will be headed by the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Blackstone Stephen Schwarzman. According to the staff, it will also include the head of General Motors Mary Barra, JPMorgan Chase & Co James Dimon, The Walt Disney Company Robert iger, President of Boeing James mcnerny, the head of IBM Virginia Rometty, the former head of General Electric Jack Welch, and others.

“Members of the forum will be responsible for providing their own personal opinions to the President, given their unique knowledge of private sector about how government decisions affect economic growth, job creation and productivity”, — stated in the message. Trump hopes that the forum will allow him to get “real, not bureaucratic and non-partisan” information from the best businesses.

Billionaire trump has won the held on 8 November presidential election, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. Among the proposed posts in the future Cabinet, a number of representatives of the business community, multimillionaires and billionaires. As noted by the Washington Post, the administration trump can be “the richest in American history.” Trump will take the presidential oath on January 20. The main purpose of the administration must be approved by the Senate.

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