President Trump’s New Space Policy Directive is Literally Shooting for the Moon

From his very first day in the White House, President Trump has been hard at work to keep his campaign promises.

In just his first year alone, the President has managed to turn the economy around and restore America to its former glory, with the stock market hitting all time highs and unemployment at lows.

On Monday, President Trump signed a directive that will put America back in position to be a leader in space exploration, and called for the U.S. to lead a manned return to the moon, as well as to Mars and even further.

Imagine the possibility waiting in those big beautiful stars if we dare to dream big,” said President Trump, adding, “That’s what our country is doing again, we’re dreaming big.”

The White House provided coverage of the event, and as President Trump singed the Space Policy Directive, he took yet another step at bringing the United States back as the world leader it once was.

The White House also issued a written statement, in which it detailed the space program further, and explained that under President Trump, America will become a leader in space exploration again, as it used to be.

“It is America’s destiny to be at the forefront of humanity’s eternal quest for knowledge, and to be the leader amongst nations on our adventure into the great unknown,” said President Trump.