Trump is expected to announce the biggest cosmetics sale in history this Tuesday, as the president orders the biggest-ever purchases of products at the grocery store.
The president’s announcement will likely be greeted with excitement by consumers, who will have a lot to look forward to.
“The biggest cosmetics are already on sale.
They’re on sale now,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in an interview with CBS News on Tuesday.
“They’re going to be on sale Tuesday.”
The Trump administration will make its mark on consumers by announcing the largest-ever cosmetics purchases at a time when retailers are trying to keep up with consumer demand for more natural-looking products, such as face and body scrubs and body wash.
The government has been promoting a push to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and Trump’s administration has signaled it will continue the “Make America Great Again” campaign.
“It is a good day for our economy.
It is a very good day.
I want to be very, very happy,” Trump said at a campaign rally in Florida last week.”
I don’t think it’s fair to anybody, particularly the people of the United States, that we have a president that has such an insatiable appetite for these products,” said Robert Balsamo, executive vice president at the National Association of Cosmetics Manufacturers.
The $7 billion cosmetics sale, called the “Made in America” initiative, is expected the first of several announcements that will make consumers feel good about the new administration’s economic policies.
The cosmetics company was one of Trump’s first targets in his effort to boost the economy.
“These are the largest purchases ever in the history of the cosmetics industry,” Sanders said.
“The president has made clear that he is looking to make America great again.
We are all in this together.”
The first cosmetics sale was announced on Nov. 29, when the Trump administration announced it would make purchases worth $7.4 billion worth of products.
It was the largest cosmetics purchase ever, surpassing the $7 million in the first weeks of the Obama administration.
Since then, the cosmetics company has received a record amount of money from the government, including $5.3 billion in direct government aid and $1.5 billion in federal stimulus grants.
“We’re excited to see this largest-yet-announced purchase and to see the impact of President Trump’s Make America Great again agenda on the American economy,” said Nancy Kneebone, CEO of Beauty Products Direct, which markets products like the popular Body and Face Shampoo and Body & Botanical Conditioner.
“This is an important time for cosmetics, as our nation is facing tremendous challenges from climate change and economic insecurity,” Kneemone added.
“Make Americans Great Again is a way to make our communities and businesses healthier and more prosperous, and we are committed to ensuring that every person has the best products at home and at work.”
The president is expected be joined by Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen Pence at the supermarket.
The two will reportedly attend the announcement.
The new makeup deals include cosmetics made by brands such as Clinique, MAC, Estée Lauder, Clinique Essential, Cliniques Porefessional and Dr. Martens and make-up brands such Asda and Sephora.
These brands also sell a range of other beauty products, including nail polish and lipsticks, nail clippers, face masks and body lotions.
The president will also unveil the Make America Awesome campaign, which is aimed at boosting American manufacturing.
The campaign aims to help companies build up their U.S. factories and hire more Americans.
Trump is expected at the announcement to announce a $100 billion plan to boost infrastructure, create jobs and invest in infrastructure projects, including a $500 million grant to create a $1 billion factory to build roads and railways.
He will also be expected to sign executive orders on the construction of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines.