President Trump signed an executive order to promote broadband in rural areas

President Trump signed an executive order to promote broadband in rural areas

President Trump signed an executive order to promote broadband in rural areas

Today's executive orders echo the important steps Republicans, led by Governor Haslam, took previous year in passing the Tennessee Broadband Accessibility Act, ensuring economic opportunity exists no matter where you live and includes having access to high speed internet. Trump said that's not going to happen anymore.

In the press conference, Duvall also talked about what he will say during his time with President Trump today.

Gubernatorial candidate Randy Boyd noted that during his visit to Nashville and address to the American Farm Bureau Federation, President Trump signed two new executive orders "to assist America's rural communities with broadband expansion and efforts to end the opioid crisis that is destroying too many lives and families in Tennessee".

"We are also putting an end to the regulatory assault of paperwork and inspections".

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The Trump administration, he said, is fighting for U.S. farmers. Senior administration officials told reporters Friday that the administration would be sure to see that rural usa agriculture interests are fairly treated and have access to global markets.

Earlier in the day, Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue spoke to AFBF members about the importance of trade to USA agriculture and the priority of successful NAFTA negotiations. "American agriculture needs and deserves policies that support and build on this success - by opening markets overseas; by ensuring fair and science-based regulatory treatment for American products of all kinds; and by implementing strong enforcement policies that hold trading partners to their commitments". Trump singled out the Waters of the United States rule, now being withdrawn following an executive order he signed in the first weeks of his administration. "It's under negotiation as we speak".

President Donald Trump is promoting his administration's plans to boost economic development in rural communities — and reserving a seat at college football's championship game. Trump recognized Roberts' support for American farmers. He just briefly touched on the deal, saying he was working to "make it fair for you people again" without saying how. Rural America includes 72 percent of land in the US, but its 46 million residents constitute only 14 percent of its 327 million citizens. "While other sectors of the American economy have largely recovered from the Great Recession, rural America has lagged in nearly every indicator", the president's new task force report indicated.

SIGNED: Trump signed two Presidential Orders on the AFBF stage, both geared to provide broader, faster-and better-internet coverage.

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"Connect Americans Now looks forward to working with President Trump, Congress, and the FCC to reserve spectrum for broadband in TV white spaces and unlock the incredible possibilities that a modern communications infrastructure can offer in rural America".

"We are witnessing a new era of patriotism, prosperity, and pride-and at the forefront of this exciting new chapter is the great American farmer", he said.

"We're fighting for our farmers... You feed this country and the world, with all of your labors every day".

Several local farmers were in Nashville on Monday and heard President Donald Trump's speech.

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