It’s no secret that the Trump administration is obsessed with winning votes, and it has spent the last year attempting to make this case.
This is especially true for those who do not live in the West Wing.
To help them, the White House has released a video series titled “How I got to #TrumpBash 2017,” which is intended to encourage viewers to visit Trump’s official site to watch the president’s speech on June 17.
In the video, the president is flanked by a team of political and security advisors.
“Let me introduce you to my new Director of National Intelligence, Mike Pompeo,” the narrator says, as a montage of images of the president in office shows him posing with the CIA director and members of the National Security Council.
“If you’re not a fan of my policies and priorities, then I don’t think you’re listening to me,” the speaker continues, with an image of Trump signing his first executive order.
“It’s not my policy, it’s not the president of the United States’ policy, but you know, if it works, it works,” he adds.
“You know, it was a pretty successful rollout.
You know, a lot of people are saying it was not a good week for the presidency, but it’s a good day for me.”
The video ends with the president standing in front of a crowd, flanked by his two daughters, Melania and Ivanka, and a portrait of him at a signing ceremony.
In addition to a series of photos, the video also includes a photo of a banner reading “Trump: Get out the vote.”
The videos feature the president posing with a number of other influential people, including the secretary of state, the director of national intelligence, and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Trump has frequently used his platforms to push the case for the administration’s policies and to praise his supporters.
“Trump and I both know the people, and we both know how important it is for our country to get to this critical moment in time, which is where the future of this country is,” Pompeo says in one video.
“And I know that you can count on me to take the lead and deliver on this vision of America,” he says in another.
The White House’s efforts to highlight the president have been consistent over the last several years.
For example, in October, the Trump transition website featured a photo that showed the president and a man dressed in traditional Chinese clothing, with the caption “President Trump’s First Visit to China.”
In January, the website featured an image that showed Trump with a photo montage showing him signing a number in Mandarin, including one with a sign that read “Trump is a Great Leader.”
The White Senate’s website featured images of Trump in traditional attire, including a photo with him signing the bill repealing the Affordable Care Act, with “Trump for President” written on the side.
The administration has also worked to highlight its ties to China through an “unprecedented campaign” that began in late 2017, when Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke by phone, the first time the president had done so with a Chinese leader since he became president.
At the time, the State Department described the two as having “common interests,” although there has been no evidence that the two countries have cooperated on any specific policy.
In March, the National Economic Council released a report titled “Strengthening US-China Economic Relations: How We Can Make the World More Prosperous.”
The report recommended that the administration seek to increase its trade and investment with China, and that the United State and China should begin formal negotiations for a free trade agreement.
The report also called for the US to begin a process of withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which Trump and Xi have criticized as a “corrupt trade deal” that would put US workers at a disadvantage.