President Trump Has a Working Lunch with Governors on Workforce Freedom and Mobility

The President: Okay,
thank you very much. And today, I’m delighted
to welcome the governors from both parties
to discuss the best ways to reform
occupational licensing laws, advance childcare policies, and provide quality job
training to all Americans so we can easily have
some really phenomenal jobs, access to the jobs market
and really fulfilling careers, and fulfilling careers
of a lot of people. Tremendous progress
has been made. My daughter Ivanka
has been working on this very, very hard for pretty much
the last year and a half. And we’ve created
over 10 million — she has — and working with
some of the great companies, created over 10 million jobs. It’s been an incredible job that
she’s done, and I appreciate it. Where’s Ivanka?
Hi. Hello, darling. I guess, when you’re a father,
you’re very proud of that. But I’m very proud of the job
she did, so thank you very much. Ms. Trump: Thank you. And I’ve had
the great fortune of visiting with almost every governor
in their states to discuss all of the three
issues that you mentioned, and appreciate everyone’s
tremendous work and advocacy on (inaudible) childcare,
and workforce development. The President: Right. And with
a lot of big companies. Ms. Trump: Yeah, absolutely. The President: Like Walmart and
others that have really taken — I mean, taken on
half a million jobs; 250,000 jobs at a time.
It’s really been great. So we’ll let you
talk about that. Would you like to mention
that right now? Go ahead. Ms. Trump: Sure.
Well, actually, Governor Reynolds is on
our workforce advisory board. This is a working group
that supports our National Council
for the American Workforce to think about how we can
explore education holistically, particularly looking
at that mid- to late-career worker in a time
of tremendous disruption and change
due to new technologies. So it’s been amazing. We’ve traveled
across the country and seen the best
in-class examples where the private sector
is really stepping up. We’ve secured commitments
from them to do more. Tim Cook, from Apple,
who was here today, who’s also
on the advisory board. The President: Who just left.
He just left our office. Ms. Trump: He’s been
a real force on both the advisory board and in his commitment
to lifelong learning, generally. Walmart, as you mentioned. I was just in Indiana with
Marc Benioff from Salesforce, where he committed to training and upskilling one million
American workers over the course
of the next five years. The President: Fantastic. Ms. Trump: So there’s been real
excitement around this. And the best examples
are when the private sector shares the skills that they need
with the community colleges, the technical schools,
the high schools. And the students and workers
are trained accordingly. So we want to highlight it,
and push and reinforce that. The President: Really
great job. Thank you very much.
Ms. Trump: Thank you. The President: Appreciate it.
Very outstanding. Thanks to Governors Doug Ducey. Doug, thank you very much.
Terrific job you’re doing. Brian Kemp. Brian. Brian.
How’s it going? Pretty good? Governor Kemp: It’s great. The President: I think so. Good numbers you have.
Good numbers. Governor Kemp: They’re good. The President: The state
doing well? Governor Kemp: It’s doing good.
We’re very appreciative of you signing the disaster
relief bill very quickly. That was helpful for us. We were with Senator
Perdue and Secretary Perdue, and Congressman Bishop
in South Georgia last week. And our farmers and farm
families appreciate it. The President: Right. Well, I appreciate
the job you’re doing. David Ige — thank you,
David, very much. How’s everything going? Governor Ige: Terrific.
It’s going very well. And we also appreciate
signing the disaster relief. As you know, we’ve had
a challenging year in 2018, and we definitely appreciate it. The President: Well,
we got it done. It was a tough one, actually,
but we got it done. And Kim Reynolds,
everybody knows. Kim. Governor Reynolds: Thank you. And I also want to say thank you
for the disaster relief, as well as E15 year around. We had you in Iowa
celebrating that great news. It’s great news for our farmers
and our economy and for consumers. So thank you for continuing
to really do what your administration
has been able to do for our farmers
and our economy. The President: Well, we were
there yesterday, and the ethanol has been
incredible, what they’ve done. So it’s a big boost
for the farmers. Governor Reynolds: Big boost.
We really appreciate that a lot. The President: And
Chris Sununu? Chris. Hi. Governor Sununu: Hello. The President: How’s everything
going? Governor Sununu: Crushing it.
Loving it. (laughter) The President: You are
doing well. I agree with that, Chris. Governor Sununu: I think
your tax cuts, SOR grants, regulatory reform —
it’s helping families. It’s putting money in
people’s pockets. It’s awesome. The President: That’s great,
Chris. You’re really doing a good job.
Appreciate it. And Tom Wolf? Tom? Governor Wolf: Yeah,
Pennsylvania is doing well. I really think
this is the right topic, talking about how we can get
more people into the workforce and get them
the skills they need. And we need to talk
about this very intensely, and you’re doing
a good job of it. The President: And we’ll be
talking about that. We’re going to make some
pretty strong statements todays. We’re doing a lot about it. Bill Lee, thank you very much.
Bill. Governor Lee: Mr. President,
good to see you. The President: Thank you
very much, Bill. Governor Lee: Thank you.
And thank you, by the way, for encouraging
the people of Tennessee to help us get education
reform done. You spoke out
about that for us, and we have made
some real progress there, and giving every kid
in our state access to high-quality education.
So thanks for that. The President: It’s working
well too, isn’t it? Governor Lee: It is.
We’re going to implement that, and we’re hopeful and certain
that we’re going to improve our public school systems
in a meaningful way. The President: I’ve heard
amazing things that you’re doing
with education in Tennessee. Governor Lee: Thank you. The President: So you’re going
to have to teach some other people, maybe. (laughter)
Huh? Governor Lee: We like
best practices, and sharing them
and getting them. The President: And Mark Gordon.
Thank you, Mark, very much. Appreciate it. Governor Gordon: Mr. President,
it’s wonderful to be here. Thank you for your support
of energy, making sure Wyoming is part of that
energy picture going forward — coal, natural gas,
oil, wind, solar. All very important parts
of our economy going forward. Thank you for your support
of our farmers, making sure that we have
clear access to trade. That’s also
another important feature of what your administration
has done. And we appreciate
it very much. The President: Well,
we’re doing very well on the trade. And, as you know,
the USMCA is coming along well. I think that, hopefully, it’s
going to get approved quickly. Everybody wants it.
It’s in Congress right now. It’s in the House.
And they’re reviewing it. But everybody seems to want it.
I think that’s very — I think that’ll be
a very bipartisan bill. It’s very much needed
for the farmers, manufacturers. The unions like it.
Everybody likes it. It’s something
that was very important, and it’s — as you know,
Canada is totally in line, and Mexico is totally in line. And now it’s up to us
to get it passed. And it’s going to have
a tremendous impact, I think, on — somebody was saying
over $100 billion. Very — a lot of money
and a lot of jobs, and, really, a lot of —
it’s going to be — it’s going to make life
a lot more transparent, in a certain way,
which is a positive. But everybody wants it, and hopefully
they can act quickly, because we can have that done
very, very fast if we can get support from,
really, the Democrats in Congress —
Nancy Pelosi. They have to put
the bill forward. People want it to happen.
Let’s see what happens. We’re also joined by Secretary
Alex Acosta. And, Alex, thank you
for the great job you’re doing. You’re really doing
a terrific job — Secretary Acosta: Thank you. The President: —
over at Labor. Thank you very much. Through our Pledge of
America’s Workers, and to America’s workers, my administration has partnered
with governors, many of whom are in the room. And you folks have been among
the most active there are, and I appreciate it very much. And we all appreciate
it very much, because it’s been incredible. And businesses to provide
more than 9 million new jobs, and it’s going to be
over 10 million in a very short period of time. These are workforce
development opportunities for the American worker. We’ve made historic increases
to childcare, block grants that go
to states to help families access
quality childcare. Due to our booming economy,
a record number of Americans are rejoining the workforce,
including former inmates and those recovering
from opioid addiction. And the inmates —
it’s a very special situation. It’s never taken
place like this. Because the economy
is doing so well, you’re doing great
in your states, but the country
is doing so well. It’s not so easy to get
people — and good people. And they’re giving inmates and people
just getting out of prison, they’re giving them a chance. And I have to tell you, the
receptivity has been incredible. They’re doing really well.
Never happened before. They had that stigma. And the stigma was making it
very, very hard for them to get jobs. And numerous employers have
told me it’s — it’s incredible. They wish they did it
a long time ago. They’re having tremendous
success with the whole program. Call them prisoners,
call them inmates, call them whatever
you want to call them, they’re really working out well. And people are very happy.
Their employers are very happy. So due to our booming economy,
that’s happening. And we’re also helping a lot
with the opioid addiction. We had a meeting yesterday
that some of the media was at. And in some areas we’re down 17,
18 percent with the opioid. And in some areas,
we’re down even more than that. It’s been incredible. We’re putting a lot
of pressure on doctors. We’re putting a lot of — a lot
of pressure on different groups. And even education. But we’re down, in some cases,
more than — and substantially more than
17 percent in a period of one year. So that was a tremendous meeting
we had yesterday. To open up even more jobs
for our citizens, we’re working with states
to address the burdensome and excessive
occupational licensing laws, which really
are very burdensome. Would you say, Alex? Secretary Acosta: Very
burdensome. It’s hurting our economy. The President: A big problem. Yeah.
What are you doing about it? Secretary Acosta: So
we’re actually working with several of the governors
around the table. Governor Reynolds just recently
passed reform for military spouses so that they will now receive
provisional licenses while they’re in her state. Governor Ducey has passed
aggressive legislation — and you just signed it,
what, two months ago? Governor Ducey: Yes. Secretary Acosta: In essence,
you know, almost taking — rolling back
licensing requirements so that individuals
can come to Arizona. Governor Wolf
is working on this. We’re working with just about
all the governors. The Federal Reserve Bank studies
show that this is costing us upwards
of 1.5 million jobs a year. The President: Incredible. Okay. But you’re going
to solve the problem? Huh? (laughter) Secretary Acosta: We’re working
with the governors. This is the status. The President: You make it easy
for them, okay? Over the past 50 years, occupational licensing
regulations have nearly tripled, keeping workers out
of really good-paying jobs. And, for the most part, I guess,
the states would be handling it. But you do need reference
to the federal government. So you’ll take care of it.
And anything we can do, we’re going to make it very easy
for you to go very quickly. In many states, workers must pay
thousands of dollars and complete months —
and years, even — of training to enter fields
such as real estate, tourism, and many others. For example —
this surprised me — nationally, the average training
for cosmetologists is 11 times longer
than the training for emergency
medical technicians, and sometimes training
costs $20,000 for a cosmetology license. So it takes a tremendous
amount of time. And we have great respect
for cosmetologists, but there’s something probably
a little bit wrong with that. Burdensome licensing laws especially hurt
military spouses, who may be required to become
re-certified each time they move —
and they’re constantly moving. It’s amazing when I meet
with military families; it’s one of the big things.
They move. They’re incredible,
they’re incredible workers, but they’re there for two years,
or three years, or less. And it’s a bit of a problem. These regulations also harm
low-income families who can’t afford the time
and money needed to get into these fields. Earlier this year, a gentleman
named Governor Doug Ducey, my friend, signed a law
into existence — universal licensing
recognition, which accepts occupational
licenses granted in many states. I applaud Governor Ducey,
and I always have. He’s doing a fantastic job —
Governor Ducey: Thank you. The President: —
in a fabulous state. Governor Ducey: Thank you. The President: Arizona is doing
— you’re doing good — for pioneering the change,
and we hope that other states are going to
follow Arizona’s lead. And you really have been
at the forefront. And we appreciate —
really appreciate that. Especially there.
Governor Ducey: Thank you. The President: Say a couple
of words about that, Doug
Governor Ducey: Sure. Well, first of all,
I want to say thank you, Mr. President,
for your focus on licensing laws and the regulations
that get in the way of this. We’ve really been focused
on licensing reform in the state of Arizona. We want to make the state
a place of opportunity for all. We began with military spouses
— training. Military spouses
would often be in a position where they couldn’t enter
the workforce because their license
wasn’t recognized. We had great success with that
and we wanted to expand it. So we moved on to what we call
universal recognition of occupational licensing. Not only is our economy booming
right now, but our state is growing. We’ve got people coming
from all over the country. And they don’t lose their skills
when they pack up a U-Haul truck and come to Arizona. So we’re going to recognize that
license inside of the state. And this is really
for the little guy, the working man, the person that
comes to town or to our state; they want to earn a living
and they want to get to work. And we believe
it’s a good reform. We think it blows quite a hole
in the mega-regulatory state that is there, while continuing to protect
public health and public safety. And just like I learn from many
of the ladies and gentlemen around the table here, governors take good ideas
and reapply them. Everyone here is welcome
to take this idea and reapply it in your state. The President: That’s
been great. Yeah. We appreciate it.
Thank you very much. And I think your border
is looking a lot better. They’re saying,
over the last four or five days, there’s been a real diminution, a real lowering of people
running across, coming across,
needing to be apprehended. What Border Security has been
doing has been incredible. They’re apprehending. Governor Ducey: There is a — The President: You’re seeing
a difference. Governor Ducey: There is
a difference. There is a real crisis there. And I think it’s still
contingent on Congress to act — The President: Absolutely. Governor Ducey: —
not only on the USMCA, but on adjusting the laws and making sure that
the resources are there to deal with both the humanitarian
crisis and the security crisis. The President: It’s true.
It would be so easy to do. We could sit down
with the Democrats in a very short period of time. We need the votes;
don’t have the votes. We have to have the votes.
And we could sit down — and you know
we could sit down — in a very, very few number
of minutes and get rid of — Governor Ducey: Yes.
Yes, we could. The President: We could solve
the asylum problem quickly and we could solve
the few loopholes; they have a few loopholes
that are just horrible. No other country
in the world has them. And if the Democrats
would agree, we could sit down
and solve that problem. In the meantime, Mexico has
really stepped up to the plate. I hope it continues. But there has been a lot
fewer people running up. And they have 6,000 people
on their southern border. As of today, it’s pretty much —
their force is fully intact. And we’ll be there and —
there’s a big difference. But with all of that
being said — as Doug has said, it would be,
really, to everybody’s advantage if we could sit down
with the Democrats and make a very fast deal. We’ve been trying; they don’t
want to give us the votes, they don’t want to give us
the effort. And that’s a shame. Because you have people
dying on the border. You have people dying,
you have children dying, you have women dying.
You have the human trafficking. You have drugs coming across. It would have a tremendous
impact, Doug, on the drugs. And you have people
coming across that shouldn’t be
coming across. You have gang members;
you have a lot of other things. And we’re apprehending them
and we’re getting them out. We have people
all over the country. You’ll see it’s starting
in a much bigger way over the next week and a half. But we have people
all over the country. ICE — they’re going out
and taking out MS-13. We’re taking out MS-13. We’re going over the bad ones
and getting the bad ones out. They’ve been here
for a long time. And we’re taking them out
by the thousands. Thousands of people
being taken out — MS-13 and other gangs.
They seem to be the worst, but I hear they have some others
that are pretty bad too. But we’re getting them out. So, with all of that, if anybody
would like to say anything while you have these wonderful
people from the media here, please feel free.
Would you like to go? Anything? Mark, would you like
to say something? Governor Gordon: Well,
thank you, Mr. President. I’m the governor
of the great state of Wyoming. Yellowstone, the first park
in the nation. And I’m honored to be here. I appreciate your leadership
in convening this bipartisan group
of governors. And I look forward to having
a productive discussion. And I thank you for bringing
together the governors to seek and listen to our perspectives. As President Trump
has recognized before, coal is important to
our nation’s future prosperity. Wyoming is a leading
coal producer and has among the largest coal
reserves in the world and certainly the cleanest. The President has been
a strong supporter of coal and advancing new technologies that support carbon capture
and sequestration that is critical
in addressing climate change and to provide a bridge to
a cleaner and healthier future and really good jobs. Progress on these fronts
is imperative for Wyoming, and I look forward
to working with you on that. And, you know,
and a changing economy requires an evolving workforce. In Wyoming, we have sought to expand
educational opportunities, including vocational education, to develop the nimble workforce
that our economy will need, allowing Wyoming to gain
the skills that Wyoming workers
(inaudible) the skills needed to improve
the quality of their work, their take-home pay, and ultimately better lives
for them and their families. The President’s apprenticeship
program and expansion — and, Ivanka, your work on
that — is an avenue for Wyoming to pursue the financial support
for building our own workforce. We have applied for a grant and are appreciating
the program in Wyoming, which, if awarded,
will increase the number of registered
apprenticeship programs in Wyoming. And I will say, Governor Ducey, I’m glad that
you’re following our lead. We are the lowest —
(laughter) — licensed state —
licensure state in the nation. The President: I was waiting
for that. (laughter) Governor Reynolds: But
that’s what makes the country strong, right? Is the competitiveness
of the governors. Governor Gordon: Thank you,
again, Mr. President. The President: Really good job,
Mark. Thank you very much. Appreciate it. Chris, you’re doing
fantastically up in New Hampshire.
Do you want to say something? Governor Sununu: We’re
doing well, Mr. President. There’s no doubt about it. You know, when you
talk about workforce, I mean, there’s two issues
that really come up. One is, obviously, we’re at the tip of the spear
on the opioid crisis. And Secretary Acosta
has been great. We created a program
that came out of — when I ran a resort,
in my previous life, we created something called
Recovery Friendly Workplaces, where, again, if you want
someone to be in recovery, there’s a big picture. There isn’t just
a 28-day treatment, goodbye and good luck. You need employment, you need
family, you need community, and allowing and training
the private sector to be, quote,
recovery friendly. And through
Secretary Acosta’s grant, we’ve been growing
that program. We have tens of thousands
of people in New Hampshire now working for
a recovery-friendly workplace, which dovetails right into
what we’re also talking about, which is justice reform, right?
Giving people a second chance. Allowing folks,
when they come up, to have a job
waiting for them. It’s the same type of concept,
making sure that — we have 2.4 percent
unemployment. I got more jobs
than I know what to do with. We need the workers.
They’re there. And they really need —
we need to be allowing them the opportunity
to get into the workforce. And I also want to say,
you know, what Ivanka and her team
has done on paid family leave. This is a concept that
a lot of states have taken on. I know they’re discussing it
in Congress. Again, we’ve tried to find
an innovative way where there’s no burden
on the taxpayer. Right? We’ve found that we —
joining with Vermont, I think — I don’t know if Vermont
is going to forward with it. I got to call Governor Scott
and see if they’re on board. But a way to get the private
sector involved, and, really, to be able
to provide a benefit without an income tax. And you do that through
public-private partnerships, which, Mr. President,
you have done more on the public-private
partnerships in this country than a lot of folks
could have even imagined. So by putting some of
these pieces in place, it really drives forward. The last thing, if I may —
I do want to mention — when you talk about second
chances, when you talk about — where they’re talking
about the opioid crisis, where you’re talking
about justice reform and prison reform:
mental health. I have all the jobs
in the world, but we need to be
working behind the wall — something your SOR grant
did very, very well — providing recovery programs
behind the wall in the prisons so when they came out, they’re healthy, they’re ready
to engage in the workforce. You have to make sure
we appreciate the horrible fact that many of our prisons
in this country are essentially mental
health institutions. And that’s a crying shame. So you need to have the programs
there to make sure that, when they come out, they’re ready to be part
of that workforce in a productive manner. You create an economy
with so many jobs out there, it’s unbelievable. The opportunity is there,
but we’ve got to make sure we’re appreciating
the individuals as individuals and getting them
the services they need so they hit the ground running. The President: That’s great.
Great job. What are you at — 2.4 percent?
Governor Sununu: 2.4 percent. I’m competing with Kim
over there. The President: Wow. 2.4.
(inaudible) Governor Reynolds: Yeah,
2.4 in Iowa, too. (laughter)
So, yeah. There’s jobs. Ms. Trump: I think
(inaudible) amazing follow-ons
to what you just said — and I think is so important — is it’s because
of the booming economy, because of the policies
that have been put in place around tax reform. And actually,
as part of tax reform, the first national paid
family leave program was passed
to incentivize employers who have workers making
under $75,000, to offer paid leave benefits.
So we’re seeking to do more. But that’s a very important
program that — whether it’s deregulation
or tax reform, the market is booming and
unemployment is at record lows. But one of the most rewarding
things is to see people coming off the sidelines
and back into the workforce, and workforce
participation rates, across the country, rising. So just in the last quarter
of 2018, 73 percent of all new jobs were from people who were on
the sidelines of the economy — not even people on unemployment. So it’s really — whether
it’s criminal justice reform, second-chance hiring, all the work we’re doing
around skills training, employers are getting creative
and they’re reaching out and they’re creating better
and more opportunities, better and more jobs
for American workers. So it’s very exciting. And thank you
for your leadership on this. The President: Great.
Thank you very much. Thanks, Chris.
Say hello to your father. Everything good?
He’s some guy. Governor Sununu: I got to put
with him every day, Mr. President. (laughter)
The President: He’s some guy. There was nobody tougher
than him on me, and now there’s nobody
that’s better. He’s a great guy,
actually. Governor Sununu: He’s
doing well. Thank you, sir. The President: Give him
my regards, okay? Governor Sununu: You bet. The President: Tom? Please. Governor Wolf: Tom Wolf.
Thank you, Mr. President. As Governor of Pennsylvania,
before I was — I’ve been in politics now
for four and a half years. And before that,
I was a business owner. And I understood
that it was really important to be able to get access
to good people. In my business, the best people
were people who grew up on dairy farms
and people who were in prison, who were looking
for a second chance. The President: Wow. Governor Wolf: (inaudible) And you made that point
just a moment ago. If you wonder why we didn’t
do it earlier than that — these are people
who really want to — want to work
and want to succeed. So we have done a lot of things
with clean slate legislation, criminal justice reform —
what you were talking about — bringing people
from the sidelines and get them
into the job market. In fact, we called our clean
slate bill the jobs bill. The first in the nation; I think it’s still
the only one in the nation. But we are really working hard to get people back
into the workforce. We’re focusing on
licensing reform, getting workforce development. Brought the chairman of the —
president of the Pennsylvania State
Chamber Business and Industry with the president of the
Pennsylvania AFL-CIO together to co-chair an effort to actually bring people
back into the workforce. And they’re working marvelously.
They’ve got a command center. They’re doing great work. We passed a unique GI bill to
deal with problems of licensing, so that when a military family
moves from state to state, they don’t have to give up
their teacher’s certification; they don’t have to give up
their — whatever license they have
from the other state. We had a good idea, calling it
universal recognition, but it really helps
military families, the people who are mobile. We’re also on our way
to implementing our first significant
licensing reform that has 13 points to it, including limiting
some licenses altogether, but making it a lot easier
in reducing the barriers to entry to
a lot of professions. I’m really looking forward
to this session because I think we can learn
a lot in Pennsylvania as what we can do,
what more we can do, and how we can partner
with each other and the federal government
and with the private sector to actually make things better
for the people of Pennsylvania. That’s what we’re about. So thank you for having
this meeting. The President: Well, you made
a great statement. I’ve never heard it before.
The best people: people in prison
and people that work on farms. (laughter) That one I’ve never
heard before. But that’s okay with me. You’re making tremendous
program, so that’s great. Thank you very much, Tom. Brian Kemp, Georgia. Governor Kemp: Mr. President,
as you know, we’re doing a lot
on workforce in our state. Like a lot of other governors,
this is one of our top issues. Just had the lowest unemployment
we’ve had in 18 years. Had a great visit with Ivanka
at UPS to see, really, what David Abney there — to see
state-of-the-art training. Obviously, our colleges,
universities, our technical college system is very engaged
in supplying the workforce. But we got a unique program. Our QuickStart program,
which has been ranked the number-one job
training program in many regards, in the country,
which we’re proud of. But it will train qualified,
existing businesses and new businesses
coming into the state, and those that want to expand. So it makes us very mobile
to be able to do job training. And then we also have
specialized training centers for certain industries
that we’re targeting in Georgia that our companies
need workers in. And we’re doing that
in manufacturing, aviation, bioscience,
cybersecurity, film — the film industry is very big
in Georgia right now — and also in
(inaudible) tech. And that’s one reason
we continue to have an A-plus rating
when it comes to our workforce. So we’re doing a lot. We know that’s a huge issue on the occupational
licensing front. A couple of years ago,
we passed a compact for nurses so they can join a compact so you don’t have
the multi-state licensing issue. Those licenses will reciprocate. We did that this year
with medical doctors. That’s very important,
especially when you think of telemedicine
and rural healthcare. And then something that’s probably not on
many people’s radar: We did some legislation
this year that our community bankers — our smaller banks —
are very excited about. We’re letting them have
better access to capital, which is going to help
our areas outside that are struggling
in rural Georgia to be able to lend more money
to the businesspeople there to expand and hire
in parts of our state that we don’t have
as much going on. So, you know, those are the
things that we’re focused on. But also,
the disaster relief money going into the south
and southwest Georgia is going to be big for our economy in the next year or two — The President: Right. Governor Kemp: —
as we continue to recover. So, thank you. The President: That was
a big deal. Governor Kemp: Well, it was.
I know you were frustrated, like I was,
that it took so long. But we’re very grateful
you’ve signed it quick. And been meeting today,
talking about — hopefully there’s going to be
flexibility with the money in the form of block grants
or other thigs so we could — our agriculture commissioner — The President: There is going
to be action. Yeah. Governor Kemp: We can get
that money out very quickly
with transparency and put it to work.
And they need it. The President: Sonny is going
to do a job on it, but it’s going to go
very quickly. And I think nobody else but this group
would have been able to get it. That was a tough thing to get, and we got it for our farmers
and for a lot of people. Governor Kemp: Well,
we appreciate the administration’s steadfast
support through all of that. And all the folks —
the Secretary-level folks and budget folks
that have worked with us. And we look forward
to working you in the future to get that money out. The President: Thank you,
Brian. Thank you very much. Kim? Governor Reynolds: Well,
thank you, Mr. President. In Iowa, we have a diverse
and growing economy, even with some significant
challenges with agriculture and the flooding. But we have
the lowest unemployment rate — 2.4 percent.
We have more Iowans working than any other time
in our state history. And here’s the other part
of the narrative, I think, that nobody
has mentioned yet: We’ve had seven straight
quarters of wage growth in the state of Iowa —
The President: Yeah. Governor Reynolds: —
and a lot of blue-collar workers are experiencing that.
So, Ivanka, not only are we bringing
people off the sidelines, but we’re seeing wages
increase too, and that is just a win-win. So as I travel the state,
here’s the other good news: Because of the politics
that you’ve put in place, every job creator
that I talk to, they are projecting significant
growth moving forward. They’re very optimistic
about the future. And what an opportunity
for Iowans. So, workforce, housing, and
childcare are three big barriers that we’re addressing
every single day. We’ve got a Future
Ready Iowa program that has a goal
of having 70 percent of Iowans in the workforce,
(inaudible) either education of training
beyond high school by the year 2025. We have a robust registered
apprenticeship program that we’re bringing
into our high schools. As we try to empower
and grow rural Iowa, the more connectivity
and relationships that we can build
with our young people and our job creators
right in our communities, that’s a win-win. We have kids that are coming
out of high school that have participated in
a welding apprenticeship program where they’re actually earning
forty and fifty thousand dollars the last two years
of high school and going right into a job,
right in that community. So that’s keeping our
communities vibrant and growing. So we’re really excited
about the opportunities that we see there. I’m so proud to be a part of
your Workforce Advisory Council to really create a national
brand about the opportunities that exist in states
all across this country to put some accountability
in place and look for opportunity to really scale
best practices that are working. The other thing that we did —
and it’s been mentioned: Mental health
is a big piece of that. The President: Right. Governor Reynolds: We did
comprehensive, adult mental health care
reform last year. And this year,
I was able to pass — working with the legislature — a children’s mental
health system. We’ve been talking about it for
decades, and nobody got it done. And it really —
there’s a lot of money that goes into the system, but parents don’t know
where to start. And so we’ve created a system —
a structure, some oversight, some eligibility requirements,
and core-mandated services. We’re also appropriating
some funds to educators to help them identify early
warning signs of mental illness so we can get these kiddos the services that they need
sooner rather than later, and to help buy
down the waitlist. And before I wrap up, we’re really big
on second chances too. The President: Good. Governor Reynolds: We’re coming
back next year with criminal justice reform. We did some employer
liability shield. We’ve got registered
apprenticeship programs in every single institution. We’re helping them
get driver’s license. We’re dealing
with transportation. Living — a place to live
when they go back into society and a job that’s waiting for
them to participate in as well. So thanks for helping
be a partner in what we’re trying to do
at the state level. It’s incredible.
Thanks, Ivanka. The President: It’s been
a great experience. You’ve been fantastic.
And on top of all that — and Mexico and Canada
are now buying a lot of stuff. Governor Reynolds: Yes. Yeah.
And so we — The President: They’re buying
a lot of your agricultural
products again. You know, that started
as of a few days ago. But they are buying a lot. Governor Reynolds: Yeah. We need Congress
to ratify USMCA. The President: Yeah, well,
they have to get that ratified. Even before they ratify it. Governor Reynolds: Oh, even —
yeah. The President: But even before. They’ve been in
for a period of time now, buying a lot of
agricultural products. Hey, David, go ahead. Please. Governor Ige: Well, certainly. We are doing many
of the same things. We’re expanding our
apprenticeship programs. Really trying
to connect the dots between our education system
and the job opportunities. Working with businesses to embrace
new apprenticeship programs in healthcare and technology. Trying to increase
and improve ability of our high school students
to get access to careers, whether that’s higher education. You know, we do have
our early college program that’s producing
high school students that are graduating
with associate of arts degrees because of our commitment
to ensuring that all of our high school students
have access to higher education. But we are also looking at
taking apprenticeship programs that have been so successful, especially in
the construction trades, into the new areas of job
opportunities in healthcare, as well as technology.
So we’re excited about that. And we are pursuing second
chance and criminal justice reform as well, investing
in prison industries programs, trying to ensure that those, at the time that they end
their incarceration, have quality job skills so they
can hit the job running as well. So we’re excited by all of
those opportunities to make sure that everyone
in our community has access to quality jobs
and living wages. The President: Thank you
very much, David. Appreciate it.
Good job. Bill? Governor Lee: Mr. President,
I’m interested in the fact that all of us
around this table are talking about the things
that we’re able to do because we have an economy that
is so strong in this country because of the policies
that you have put in place. And we, in Tennessee,
share in that strong economy and that low unemployment, but we want to continue
to improve. We want to continue to bring
more people into the workforce. And the work that you’re doing
in workforce development is particularly
interesting to me. Six months ago, I ran a company
of 1,400 skilled workers: plumbers, pipefitters,
welders, electricians. That’s what I’ve done
all my life. I know firsthand how
critically important it is to have skilled workers and the lack of them
that we have in our country. So when I became governor,
we rolled out something called the Governor’s Investment
in Vocational Education Act — the GIVE Act. We’re providing
dual credit enrollment at no cost
to high school students that are enrolled
in vocational, technical,
agricultural career paths. It’s a $25 million investment that’s going to set up
through community grants, CTE programs in high schools
that don’t have them. And we’re working
with the employers. As a former employer,
knowing that I knew what skills I needed better
than the education system did, then we’re working
with employers to help design those curriculum
for those programs. We also are doing
something called the Future Workforce Initiative
that set up, initially, a hundred middle school
STEM programs. We want to be
an attractive state for the jobs
of the future. And I have an engineering
background myself, so we’ve rolled out
this hundred — a hundred middle school plan,
but we have a goal of tripling the number of STEM-designated
public high schools in Tennessee by 2022. We think if we approach
this vocational side, as well as
the STEM education side, then we’re going to have a
workforce ready for the future. And so we’re grateful
for your advancing workforce development in such a great way. And I’ll add, too, you know,
I spent about 20 years working in a prison
reentry program myself, in the private sector,
in non-profit work. And I mentored men
coming out of prison. And I saw how criminal justice
reform changes lives. It changes lives. It saves taxpayers money because
we incarcerate less people. It reduces recidivism. And at the end of the day,
it lowers crime and it produces
safer neighborhoods. So we’ve invested, this year, in an education program
for those who are incarcerated, knowing that a person coming out
of incarceration reentry with a certificate
or some level of attainment has about a 40 percent chance of more successful reentry
than one who doesn’t. So I could continue to talk,
but I’m excited to be here because these are subjects that
are near and dear to my heart but that are transformative
for our nation. And your leadership in them,
on a national level, allows us at the state level
to get more done, and so we’re grateful for that.
I’m excited to be here. The President: Well, you know,
Bill — thanks; that’s really great.
But very few people thought that criminal justice
reform could get done. Governor Lee: That’s right. The President: And they’ve been
trying to get it done for years. As you people know, they’ve been
trying to get it done for many years,
and we got it done. Governor Lee: That’s right. The President: And, I guess, they’re going to even make
some modifications and some additions
to it as time goes by. And we got it done
from some very liberal people and from some of
the most conservative people in the country.
It’s an incredible thing. Some of the most conservative
and some liberal folks, and they all pulled together. We did something that
everybody said could not happen. Governor Lee: That’s right. The President: And it was
a tremendous package, and part of what we’re talking
about is the prison reform and all of the other things
that we’re doing — many, many things. And so it’s an honor
to be involved with that. But it was really something. And Jared and Ivanka,
and so many of the people — a lot of the governors helped.
A lot of the governors. States like Texas
and states like Kentucky. And some states where
they’re pretty tough states, Doug, right?
Like you? But some pretty tough states.
They were — they had done it long
before the federal government. You couldn’t get it done
in the federal government, and we got it done. So we owe a big thanks
to a lot of people. But that was something
that was never going to happen, and everybody pulled together
and did something very special. So, it’s great. I’d like to ask, maybe, a man
who’s been with me for a long time,
and he’s still with me, but he’s going
to be going from — he’s going to be working
from the outside a little bit, as opposed to the inside. Now, he can actually speak
even more vociferously. (laughter) Kevin, could you say
a few words? Tell them just briefly
where we’ve come from and where we’re going. Chairman Hassett: Sure. You know, I think that watching
all of the governors talk about
the great things they’ve done, one of the things
that wasn’t mentioned that I know they’ve been
paying attention to, as well, is the importance of childcare in helping single moms
reconnect to the labor force. Something that Ivanka
has emphasized for the last couple of years. And, you, sir — you might recall emphasized
block grants to states so that the states
could experiment to providing childcare
and development to single moms. Well, I pulled the data right
before the meeting this morning, and the labor force
participation rate for single moms aged 25 to 34,
over the last couple of years — three years —
is up 4 percentage points. And so it’s not just —
you know, basically, the way you get growth like this is you solve a whole bunch
of little problems. And so it’s not just
setting the top rate; it’s finding the little problems
and working to fix them. And then, finally, sir, one of
the things you charged me to do, you might recall,
about two years ago, was to look at all
the training programs everywhere in government
and evaluate them at CEA — to have our staff do that — and to issue a report that we’ll
make public in about a week. And so the report is going
through Staff Sec right now. I brought a copy, right here.
We’ve actually really done it. But the sign of how much
this effort has pulled everybody
together is that — Ivanka will smile; she gave me
a whole bunch of comments this morning of like —
(laughs) — of things that she
wanted changed in the report because there was literature
that we didn’t cite that we should’ve, and so on.
But the point is, it’s really been a massive
effort of this White House and it’s really been successful.
Thank you, sir. The President: Great job.
Thank you very much, Kevin. Really, a fantastic job
that you’ve done. And I know you’ll
just keep it going. Maybe from a different
little location, right? Chairman Hassett: Yeah.
(inaudible) D.C. The President: Thank you. Very,
very talented man. Thank you. Chairman Hassett:
Thank you, sir. The President: Thank you,
everybody, very much. Appreciate it. The Press: Mr. President,
Lindsey Graham said nobody should ever accept assistance
from a foreign government. Any comment on that?
Any comment on Iran? The President: Thank you
very much, everybody. The Press: Do you think we should return
to the gold standard? (laughter) The President: (inaudible)
think about it. The Press: Talk to me later.
(laughter) The President: I’ll talk
to you later. That’s an interesting question.

100 thoughts on “President Trump Has a Working Lunch with Governors on Workforce Freedom and Mobility

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  • Nice to see bilateral Governors working with POTUS…to agree to DISAGREE is NOT a SIN it is a Blessing for the general GOOD of The People!!!

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    This whole meeting was IMPORTANT but i also really liked the idea of the licenses been open COUNTRYWIDE. THAT'S A GREAT IDEA.

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    And Happy birthday sir, I know I would never be invited to meet you so just wanted to say Happy birthday to you here sir.

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  • If you fancy yourself to be an American, and a Patriot –
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  • Crime Family hard at work. Canโ€™t wait to see trump collapse and die. The sound of his lard ass hitting the floor will be precious

  • President Trump!!! I'm happy! God bless America & president Trump," FOREVER " happy birthday to you U,S….๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿ‘Šโคโคโคโคโค๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  • Ofcourse I don't forget to say good evening! To Mr, President Trump. And America, have a great day,Sir,Mr, President Trump!!!! God bless you Always your family,…. miss you and love you America,…๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿ‘Šโคโคโคโคโค๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  • Thank you very very very much Mr President Trump,.. miss you,..
    GOD BLESSED YOU ALWAYS,… Take care Always yourself Mr,president Trump,…

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