Trump to Tell ‘Poorest' Communities ‘HELP IS ON THE WAY’

Craig Bannister
By Craig Bannister | February 27, 2017 | 12:13 PM EST

President Donald Trump will trumpet inclusion, unity and help for all Americans in Tuesday’s nationally-televised address to Congress, a preview of the speech provided to reveals.

According to advance notes provided by the White House, Trump’s address “crosses the traditional lines of party, race and socioeconomic status” and invites “Americans of all backgrounds to come together” to make the American Dream attainable for everyone.

“It will be a speech addressed to ALL Americans AS Americans – not a coalition of special interests and minor issues,” the White House promises.

Trump will reassure the nation’s most needy and defenseless that he is bringing them assistance and relief:

“The President will reach out to Americans living in the poorest and most vulnerable communities, and let them know that help is on the way.”

Trump will outline his plan to provide that help, which includes:

  • Lower taxes for the American workers
  • Regulatory reform to ease the burden on American businesses
  • Workplace improvements for employees with children,
  • A school system that better serves all children,
  • Stronger national defense, and of course:
  • “Saving American families from the disaster of Obamacare.

Trump will also share his vision for a bright future that Americans can achieve "if we all work together.”

Trump’s prime-time address is scheduled to begin at 9:00 P.M. ET on Tuesday, Feb. 28, and will be in lieu of a traditional State Of The Union speech, as is typical for a newly-elected president.

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