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President Donald Trump is celebrating a new law that will give 12 weeks of paid parental leave to federal workers for the first time in U.S. history. Trump said his administration will continue to push for paid leave for all Americans. (Dec. 12) AP
WASHINGTON — Speaking at a White House summit on child care and family leave Thursday, President Donald Trump vowed to visit Colorado “a lot” leading up to the 2020 election.
Why? To campaign for incumbent Republican Senator Cory Gardner, who is up for re-election.
Trump’s remarks were made in response to an invitation from Brittany Hasemann, who runs a child care center in Fruita and was there to speak at the event.
“On behalf of Little Imaginations, I would like to invite Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump, if you guys ever get in Colorado, come see our site,” she said after thanking the president and first daughter for their work on family leave and child care issues.
“We’ll be there. We’ll be in Colorado,” Trump said. “We’ll be in Colorado a lot actually.”
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