May 26, 2021

The White, House is now open for business!

President Donald Trump is in the process of creating a new political organization that could help him unite Democrats and independents with Republicans.

The new group, the Coalition for the Great America, will work to “re-elect President Donald J. Trump, and build upon the historic coalition of working Americans who will elect him again,” according to a statement from the White House.

The White’s newly created coalition will include “independent and progressive organizations, and grassroots activists.”

The group will focus on “electing and advancing the President’s agenda,” according the statement.

“This is a time for Americans to come together, unite, and reclaim the Democratic Party and our country,” Trump said in a statement.

Trump’s announcement comes after he announced a slate of Cabinet-level appointments and other major policy changes.

He named retired Gen. James Mattis to be secretary of defense, and he’s named retired Lt.

Gen. Keith Kellogg to head the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Trump has also appointed a host of Republicans to key positions in his administration.

The list of nominees includes Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., to be defense secretary, and Sen. Jeff Sessions, R–Ala., to head U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

Trump also has tapped a slew of Republicans, including Sens.

Joe Manchin III, D-W.

Va., and Jeff Flake, R –Ariz.

to be U.N. Ambassador, and Rep. Mick Mulvaney, R‐S.C., to lead the Environmental Protection Agency.

Trump on Monday also named as U.K. ambassador to the U.A.E. Theresa May as prime minister.

The announcement comes on the heels of Trump’s appointment of Nikki Haley as U,S.

ambassador in London, and the White’s announcement of his pick for NATO secretary.

Trump is expected to deliver a speech Tuesday to the Coalition on the importance of a united country to the global community.