Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross Discusses ‘Invest in USA’ Strategy…

Commerce Secretary Wilbur “Wilburine” Ross discusses the ongoing Trump economic growth strategy and the economic policy initiatives surrounding trade, tax reform, and more recently, investment in U.S.

Wilburine delivers a timeline of mid-July China trade meeting and also a mid-July outline to congress, put together by Ross and U.S. Trade Rep Robert Lighthizer, explaining the NAFTA trade renegotiation objectives which will begin mid-August.


Secretary Wilburine also politely explains how the current valuation of the Mexican Peso and Canadian dollar appears to be weakened vs. the U.S. dollar as an outcome of markets predicting the NAFTA agreement will be far more beneficial to the U.S.  [sly smile]

Love how Wilburine explains @12:30: no distractions, we’re MAGA regardless of anyone paying attention.

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57 Responses to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross Discusses ‘Invest in USA’ Strategy…

  1. imprimipotest says:

    Let America Be America! Then America will make itself great again.

    Liked by 7 people

  2. trialbytruth says:

    that’s it I am a Wilber fanboy

    Liked by 11 people

  3. ibobland08 says:

    I thought we hoping for a weaker dollar. To increase domestic manufacturing. That being said, Mr. Ross is my favorite cabinet member.


  4. duchess01 says:

    Way to go, Secretary Ross – Hero # 3 – 🙂

    Liked by 3 people

  5. fleporeblog says:

    The Wilburine is absolutely right about companies wanting to invest in America again! Here is some recent news.

    From the article linked above:

    General Motors Co. plans to open a new supplier park in Arlington, Texas, a move expected create 850 new jobs in the U.S., some of which will replace positions in foreign GM facilities.


    A Taiwanese company that assembles Apple’s iPhones and other electronics is considering building a plant in Wisconsin that could employ thousands of people and give Gov. Scott Walker a huge political boost as he prepares to run for re-election.

    A person with direct knowledge of the negotiations who was not authorized to speak publicly confirmed to The Associated Press on Wednesday that the state is in talks with Foxconn. At least one other upper Midwest state, Michigan, is also pursuing the plant.

    President Donald Trump alluded to negotiations with an unspecified company during a visit to Milwaukee on Tuesday, saying Walker might get “a very happy surprise very soon.” Trump said “we were negotiating with a major, major incredible manufacturer of phones and computers and televisions.”

    $7 billion in a U.S. factory to produce display panels that would create as many as 50,000 jobs. The company was purchased last year of Japan’s Sharp Corp.

    Liked by 10 people

  6. kerry mccauley says:

    how refreshing …. An adult. A grown-up. A Homo sapiens (who REALLY thinks) .. The media hardly know how to react. Bravo!! MAGA!!!

    Liked by 12 people

  7. quintrillion says:

    Refreshing to hear an intelligent interview.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Remington..... says:

      Ain’t that the truth. This is what you you get when you have two adults in a discussion. How refreshing….good questions, good answers.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. kriseton says:

    I LOVE Secretary Ross. He is so calm, so solid, no matter what people throw at him. Probably my favorite cabinet member right now.

    Love the moving story about the violinist. How sad that the press didn’t bother to show that. This is the kind of stuff Americans want to see: pride in country, how much America is beloved by the oppressed around the world, etc.

    Pathetic that this never made it to any news program I saw.

    GREAT interview!

    Liked by 15 people

  9. Tonawanda says:

    1) Amazing how superb the questions were, challenging but respectful and pertinent.

    2) Ross comprehensively answers questions without wasting a word.

    3) The sense of purpose, determination and aggressive intellect shine through the calm demeanor.

    I am a devout Wilburine.

    Liked by 17 people

  10. FL_GUY says:

    It is really fantastic that we have President Trump and his cabinet who don’t need the jobs, prestige or money. They are there only to MAGA; they are there to make America prosperous and bring back the American Dream for all Americans. A dream that the D-Rats, Rinos with their media propaganda arm have destroyed over the last 30 years.

    Liked by 13 people

  11. R-C says:

    Secretary Ross is scary smart–he possesses absolute command of the issues and can nimbly discuss the finer points of arcane rules and regulations with ease, and without blasted double-speak.

    Thank God for Secretary Wilbur Ross, and thank God for the man who appointed him to such an important role in our government, President Donald J. Trump. (“We have all these killers…but we never use them!”)

    Liked by 14 people

  12. tax2much says:

    In Arizona, we love to drink Coca-Cola in glass bottles imported from Mexico.

    Maybe Coke could figure out a way to actually do this in USA again. Nah, never mind. That’s asking too much.


    • aqua says:

      I will bet that Crown Cork and Seal would love this business. But they can’t expect any help from Philly politicians, who are too busy with their stupid beverage tax and killer business taxes to actually think of helping to bring in new business. Crown is moving outside of the city…


    • R-C says:

      You sparked a memory…I grew up a stone’s throw from a Coca-Cola bottling plant. In the summertime they’d have the doors open while they worked. We’d ride our bikes past the place and hear the clinking of the bottles as they processed through the plant, and smelled the aroma of the syrup in the air.

      Liked by 6 people

    • booger71 says:

      Everything tastes better out of glass containers especially milk. Madison Ave convinced us to become a throw away society.. When I was a kid in the 60’s, when I needed spending money, I would ride my bike and pick up thrown away pop bottles and turn them in to the grocery store for a nickel a piece.

      Liked by 10 people

      • Sherlock says:

        Me too. It was 2 or three cents for the little ones, 5 cents for the quart when I was little, late 50s. I’ll tell you, there were times when on the last day before payday for my mom those nickels would be very very handy. I’d walk around all day, and sometimes could get 3 or 4 dollars. That used to actually buy a fair sack of groceries when ground beef was 50 cents, bread about 20 cents or so, pork and beans maybe 20 cents a can. I used to put the bottles in the bags from my paper route, made a dandy carrier and I didn’t break too many.

        Liked by 8 people

      • CharterOakie says:

        Ditto. Thanks for sparking the memory (although they were “soda bottles” where I grew up).

        Liked by 1 person

    • ej says:

      All Mexican stores have the bottled in Mexico Coke. It taste better because they use real sugar. What a concept.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Cans and Aluminum bottles are made all over the US – including upstate NY.


  13. that old bald dude is all kinds of awesome!!

    Liked by 2 people

  14. Brant says:

    I think the last thing the left wants is/are Americans working again. Too much independence out there and cant have that. Destroys the narrative. If those 6 million jobs could get back online, you could probably count another 2-3 million service type jobs like stores, restaurants, etc. I have always thought that the US is of course quite stable compared to other places in the world. I think getting the economics right, companies would really want to come back.

    Liked by 9 people

    • booger71 says:

      The Marxist Left want us to dependent on government.(except for the ruling class that is) They are plenty smart and wear patches on their elbows and such.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Brant, you’ve nailed it:
      Government’s job is to create the most hospitable economic environment on the planet.

      That’s EXACTLY what President Trump’s MAGA Agenda does.

      Liked by 2 people

    • MTeresa says:

      Channel surfing the other night, I came across Bill Maher on TV (ashamed to say I stopped to watch for a moment). To hear the total disdain from him and other comedians joking about Trump bringing back coal mining jobs. You gotta love these leftists who would rather have folks on the dole rather than earning their way in life. They don’t understand the dignity of dirty work worn hands.

      These are the same folks who try to tell everyone they shouldn’t have guns but have 24/7 armed body guards.

      They don’t wanna know and don’t care about the “little” people. President Trump and Commerce Secretary “Wilburine” love America and her people. They want us succeed.

      Liked by 2 people

  15. zephyrbreeze says:

    Very interesting how allowing to dump steel here, results in many extra tons of steel being dumped elsewhere.

    That story about the violinist child was so amazing. America is Magnificent. God Blessed American, over and over.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Sayit2016 says:

    I love these old scary smart guys – they have decades of experience, they have seen the bs come and go and they give polite smacks to the cubs if they get out of line. Thank You President Trump for putting together such a stellar cabinet.

    Liked by 6 people

  17. SandraOpines says:

    OOOOOOoooooooooooooo Thank you Sundance!!!

    My Wilburine fix. Man I love watching him in action. ❤ Wilburine!

    Liked by 1 person

  18. yakmaster2 says:

    Another fine example of what this smart, hard working, efficient Aministration is doing for our country! While POTUS slyly trolls the msm with tweets about Russia “collusion” and “obstruction of justice” investigations that cause talking heads to pontificate on his semantics, GOOD STUFF IS GETTING DONE! The msm will play “Look squirrel!” endlessly with this White House to avoid positive coverage regardless, so might as well keep them chasing their own tales (yes, pun intended, my friends)!😃

    Liked by 3 people

  19. IndiaMaria says:

    Wow. Now WILBURINE is an example of a “WOLVERINE”……The Lawyer this, the investigation that, Comey This, and Mueller that……”A side show, without any substantial results.” I’m throwin’ down with WILBURINE !!!

    Liked by 2 people

  20. essential liberties says:

    This was a great interview, very informative. Gotta love Wilburine!

    Did anyone else notice his comments on the Miami event (12:45) and how “it had more excitement than at most average campaign rallies”? I think Wilburine just made a little backhanded swipe at Hillary’s yugely “average” (with rose colored glasses on!) campaign rallies? If so, AWESOME! I hope he was referring to her dismal rallies.

    Liked by 1 person

  21. The Boss says:

    Wilburine covered more ground in that one interview than our first bastard president covered in eight years.

    Note to Barry Hussein Obama – THIS is what competence looks like. Now go pout in the corner and fondle your female side while your legacy swirls down the toilet.

    Liked by 3 people

  22. Rex says:

    “Invest in the USA” will actually be a benefit as opposed to Slick Willie’s “Invest in America” of the early nineties.

    The Clintons must have invested in Central America or South America, ’cause we never saw a dime of that money out here in the United States of America……


  23. Ekivette says:

    Finally intelligent, informed, working adults in the room – after 8 years of parties and wasteful spending! Wilburine, you are magnificent in job.

    Liked by 2 people

  24. herbie says:

    Wilbur Ross is a real no nonsense person. He speaks direct with no apology. The 12 minute mark was really special. Thank you Sundance, for I would have missed this entirely. This is why you guys rock.


  25. CharterOakie says:

    Wilbur Ross is a superstar.


  26. Plain Jane says:

    Like PDJT, Wilburine and T-Rex makes my heart go flip. They are now almost competing with DH for my attentions. 🙂


  27. Ploni says:


    I would not appreciate having to negotiate with Secretary Ross for anything.


  28. Plain Jane says:

    Or should I have said DH is competing. However, DH loves them also.


  29. jstanley01 says:

    It’s this quiet stuff, going on outside the spotlight, that is making America great again. Thank you CTH for covering it!

    Liked by 1 person

  30. mikeyboo says:

    Wilbur Ross reminds me of Sgt. Joe Friday in Dragnet: “Just the facts, ma’am”.


  31. Mike diamond says:

    Wilbur is right on ! God bless him!


  32. carrierh says:

    Let’s just say Trump knows how to pick the many secretaries, etc. that we need, and he will keep on doing that. At this point in time, I like all of his appointees and all are working their behinds off to do the job they were appointed to do and getting results.


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