Appreciate you being here today. Great people outside, you can see that. These are great, great Americans and unbelievable workers. Nobody has better than what we have, and it's wonderful to be at Ames, an incredible company with a rich, rich history. How long history? Centuries ago, before our country was even founded -- and believe that one -- this company produced the tools that helped to build our nation. Later Ames tools would be used at the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, the Hoover Dam, just to name a few of the monuments within our country. We believe in Made in the USA and it's coming back stronger and better and faster than even I thought. You can see that by our great, great workers throughout the plant, and plenty of other plants. But for a long time, our government has sacrificed American companies and workers to unfair foreign competition. Today I'm signing two orders to help keep jobs and wealth in our country. First, in fulfillment of a very, very important and major campaign promise I made not far from here last June, I'm directing the Secretary of Commerce -- who's with us -- Wilbur, where's Wilbur? Right here Mr. President. Wilbur, a legend. To identify every violation and abuse of our trade agreements, and to use every available measure under the law to end these abuses against our workers. [Applause] If they don't get cleared up, Wilbur will edit the trade agreement. Do you agree with that? Yes sir. Second, I'm establishing the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy within The White House. Its mission will be to defend American workers and companies from those who would steal our jobs and threaten our manufacturing base. [Applause]. Peter Navarro, one of the greats of trying to protect our jobs, right Peter? We're only 100 days in -- so it's a lot of work, but we've loved it. We've loved doing it. You know, when you love something, it's really easy, and we love it. We're helping people, helping our workers, and already we've created nearly 150,000 new manufacturing and construction jobs, and over 600,000 jobs have already been created. The National Manufacture Survey found the highest level of optimism in the history of a very, very old service. It's been around a long time. It just last week hit the highest point it's ever hit in the history of the survey. That means they're looking for action, and we love that. We've take an unprecedented action to bring back American jobs, American wealth and American dreams and we are just getting started, so I want to thank -- [Applause] So this is addressing trade agreement violations and abuses. Very powerful -- they are shouting back there because they know exactly what I'm saying. They know better than anybody else, believe me. [The order is signed] and this is the establishment of the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy right out of The White House, and it's going to have a huge impact on jobs. [The order is signed] Wilbur, with your permission, I think what I'm going to do is give this pen to Peter Navarro. Is that okay? Surely sir Peter, come over here. Peter Navarro has fought against trade abuse for a long time, and Peter, this the first time you're seeing something happen all those decades you've been fighting. It's been a great 100 days, and we've got lots more to go. Thank you Peter, thank you. Great job. Thank you everybody.