In a speech at a rally in South Carolina, President Donald Trump said the United States needs to focus on improving its food supply.
But Trump also said the problem of papermaking and its impact on our environment are real.
The president was speaking in a crowd of about 200 supporters, mostly from Iowa and New Hampshire.
The rally was billed as a showcase for Trump’s populist, populist-style populism.
Trump said the country needs to look at papermaking as a real problem and called the U.S. economy “toxic.”
He said that “paper is a cancer on our country,” and said the nation needs to “get tough” on paper.
He said the American people are “not going to take it anymore” and that he will be pushing “a massive tax and regulatory reform” to address papermaking.
He also said paper should be “reduced to its bare minimum.”
Trump said that papermaking is a “national treasure” that should be preserved.
He touted his plan to make paper a “real problem” and called it a “disaster” that has “hurt our environment and our farmers.”
He cited a study from the University of Texas that showed that paper use in the U .
S. was responsible for the deaths of more than 300,000 people each year.
He also said that it’s a national treasure and that paper should not be recycled.
He said papermaking should be eliminated because “you don’t need it.
It is a disaster.”
The president said that the United Nations estimates that the paper industry uses up $50 billion in American GDP each year and that the amount of paper used each day by U.N. agencies and corporations “is about 10 times what we do.”
The U.K. government said that about 10 percent of the paper produced in the United Kingdom is discarded every year.
The United States and Britain both use about one-quarter of the country’s papermaking capacity.
But papermaking accounts for less than 5 percent of total U.