Recommits to defending American Patent system, fighting intellectual property abuse against America.
St. Louis, MO: This week on April 26, President Trump released a World Intellectual Property Day proclamation. In it, the White House promised to "demand the protection of intellectual property rights abroad" and to "take steps to strengthen our patent system here at home."
"Phyllis Schlafly Eagles cannot stress enough how important our intellectual property rights are to the core of America," said Ed Martin, president. "Our founder Phyllis Schlafly understood how vital intellectual property and patents were to our system and she worked for years to make sure the American people understood that as well.
"We are grateful for the President's renewed commitment to strengthen our patent system here at home and even more grateful that he continues to stand up to China and others who abuse and steal our American intellectual property. Keep up the fight, Mr. President! We will continue to educate the American people on the bedrock principles of American entrepreneurship."
The White House statement concluded, in part, by stating "A new era of American exceptionalism is dawning, in the form of sustained intellectual property rights and continued American entrepreneurship."