Trump Plays In A Firetruck, And The Photos Don't Disappoint

The president checked out "Made in America" products -- and photographers were there.

President Donald Trump checked out some sweet big-kid toys on Monday as part of his administration’s “Made in America” week featuring U.S.-made bulldozers, baseball bats and firetrucks.

Trump hopped into a firetruck made by Wisconsin-based Pierce Manufacturing, and this gem of a photo resulted.

President Donald Trump examines a firetruck from Wisconsin-based manufacturer Pierce on the South Lawn during a "Made in America" product showcase at the White House on Monday.
President Donald Trump examines a firetruck from Wisconsin-based manufacturer Pierce on the South Lawn during a "Made in America" product showcase at the White House on Monday.
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The photo is reminiscent of an image from earlier in the year, when the president hopped aboard a big-rig truck, sending the internet into a frenzy.

See more photos of the president checking out American products below.

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President Donald Trump seems to like the view from a firetruck made by Wisconsin-based Pierce Manufacturing as Vice President Mike Pence stands by during "Made in America" week.
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Trump gives the thumbs-up from the firetruck cab.
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Trump admires a wheel loader made by Caterpillar.
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Trump grips a Marucci baseball bat.
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Trump models a Stetson cowboy hat.
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Trump checks out a boat made by Hinckley Yachts.
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