"Summer of Trump" Continues with More High-Level Meetings in Bedminster

Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States Credits: White House

BEDMINSTER NJ - President Trump flew back into the area yesterday, landing at Morristown Airport and flying by Marine One from Morristown to Trump National in Bedminster.  Today, there were more high level meetings at Trump National in Bedminster.  The President's official Twitter account heralded the meetings.

Many meetings today in Bedminster including with Secretary Linda M and Small Business. Job numbers are looking great!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 17, 2017

The President had a lunch meeting with Rick Scott, the Governor of Florida.  The White House did not announce the subject of the meeting, but the President has in recent months encouraged the popular Republican governor to run against Senator Bill Nelson (D-Fla) in 2018.   Gov. Scott will also meet with General John Kelly, the President's Chief of Staff.

At 3:00, the President is scheduled to meet with Linda McMahon, the Administrator of the Small Business Administration.  As a member of President Trump's cabinet, Administrator McMahon advocates on behalf of America's small businesses.  She will give an update to the president regarding the agency tax reform and deregulation initiative.

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