Trump Coming to Town to Discuss Recent Environmental Efforts

first_imgU.S. Republican Rep. Brian Mast, of Stuart, helped pass that legislation, and will be with the president on Tuesday.“The outdoor experience of Florida is why people love Florida,” he explains. “That could be our springs, Everglades, beaches, lagoons, Lake Okeechobee, fishing, hunting — our strongest attribute is our outdoor experience.”On a different note, The Post adds that Donald Trump Jr., and senior campaign adviser Kimberly Guilfoyle, who is his girlfriend, will participate in a “Trumptilla” boat parade here on Monday. President Trump is set to make his first trip to town in six months, as he seeks a change in “environment.”The White House confirmed over the weekend that the commander-in-chief will be in Jupiter on Tuesday to promote his administration’s “continued conservation and environmental protection efforts in the region,” according to an official and The Palm Beach Post.For example, the Great American Outdoors Act, provides nearly $2 billion a year for five years to maintain park areas, roads, wildlife refuges and schools.President Trump is scheduled to visit Jupiter on Tuesday, a White House official confirmed Saturday. https://t.co/xiH0x739be— The Palm Beach Post (@pbpost) September 5, 2020last_img

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