White House aims to speed U.S. drone, wireless technologies
“We want to remain No. 1”, Trump told the technology company leaders.
As the scandal surrounding Donald Trump and his presidential campaign’s ties to Russian Federation continues to plague the White House, the House Intelligence Committee will interview its first major witness next week.
From what it seems, the White House intends to update the technology systems used by the government, to eliminate the waste, cut down the costs and to improve their services. He criticized federal regulations that are “so bad, so out of line”. You know, sometimes we give the B, the C, the F, the D tour.
The first lady, who is known to do extensive research and homework ahead of White House events, planned the picnic with a focus on bringing people together in this political climate. But numerous information systems used by federal agencies are outdated and inefficient, according to two senior administration officials who briefed reporters about the meeting on condition of anonymity.
This isn’t the first lawsuit CREW has filed against Trump and his administration.
It requires the preservation of certain White House communications so they can eventually be released to the public.
According to the White House Historical Organization, the title of “chief usher” was became official in 1897, but the role dates back even earlier, to Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. Mr. Stephenson touted the importance of the 5G network’s rollout, saying, “If we get this right, we probably lead the world for another era in terms of broadband”.
Asked about Baldasaro’s presence at Friday’s press briefing, White House press secretary Sean Spicer condemned all comments suggesting violence against another person.
“I don’t believe, and the president has said this as well, that anybody that goes out and tries to highlight those kinds of actions, should not be welcome”, said Spicer.
Those efforts are also aimed at boosting Trump’s support with his base, which is showing signs of losing some enthusiasm.
Trump also praised Jeff Immelt, who recently announced that he was stepping down as CEO of General Electric after 16 years.