In a discussion on women empowerment at white house, Trump praised his women colleagues including Indian-Americans Nikki Haley and Seema Verma.
Donald Trump says that his government will work to ensure that America becomes a place where women can work and thrive “like never before”. The US President admired his women Colleagues including Nikki Haley and Seema Verma who is currently United States Ambassador and Verma is the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
In a discussion on Women Empowerment at White House, Trump said the Ambassador of United Nations, Nikki Haley is a hard competitor and doing her job “fantastically well.” Later the discussion was joined by Indian-American Seema Verma who is health policy consultant and an administrator for healthcare services.
The President said, “My Cabinet is full of really incredible women leaders. Linda McMahon who has been a friend of mine for a long time and administrator. She’s done an incredible job in business. Administrator Seema Verma, Secretary Betsy DeVos, and of course, my good friend from South Carolina who is a very tough competitor – Nikki Haley.”
“My government will work every day to ensure that our economy is a place where women can work, prosper, and thrive like never before. That includes fighting to make sure that all mothers and all families have access to affordable childcare,” he said.
He also added that every daughter in America can grow up in the country where she can have belief in herself and in future, and following the heart and realizing her dreams.
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Mike Pence, US Vice President said, Haley is cool and she is one of the favorites of his two daughters.
He also admired Verma and said that the American women are making a difference in the economy, administration and in the communities.
Sean Spicer, White House Press Secretary said that the Trump government is committed to Women empowerment in the workplace. During the Presidential campaign, Trump made a priority on women empowerment where he spoke about affordable child care, women’s health and the barriers faced by the business owners and female entrepreneurs.