President Trump delivers remarks on tax reform at Sheffer Corporation in Blue Ash, Ohio on February 5, 2018.
The White House has yet to release details on the visit.
He added: "We need to make sure we support President Trump, especially in 2018".
"He's a controller", Constantine said of Trump.
But the reason he was there at Sheffer was because it is one of hundreds of companies around the country that have given their employees substantial bonuses since the tax reform bill became law.
Other heads of companies - each of which gave their employees a $1,000 bonus - who met with Trump were Greg Carmichael of Fifth Third Bancorp, Matt Schron of Jergens Inc. and Christopher Irion of e-Cycle in Hilliard.
GettyMelania Trump She wore a long yellow coat over her shoulders
But Wenstrup said his due to his House committee responsibilities and his Army Reserve commitment to serve at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, he could not be in Blue Ash Monday. She also handed each child a Valentine's Day card.
While leaving the White House Monday to board Marine One enroute to Cincinnati, Ohio, the First Lady appeared to swat away the President's hand as he made a move to grab it, the Daily Mail reports.
The individual cuts, however, are temporary and will begin expiring in 2025, at which point they will return to previous levels and, in some cases, exceed them.
"Even on positive news, really positive news like that (improved unemployment rates for African Americans and Hispanics) they were like death", Trump said.
"President Trump has come to the wrong state to push tax and budget policies that hurt working families", said Amy Hanauer, executive director of Policy Matters Ohio, in a statement.
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