President Trump's campaign released a video this week touting a metalworking apprenticeship program that works to produce commemorative medallions featuring the president.

The video, titled "Promises Made, Promises Kept," features Trump's remarks upon signing an executive order in June expanding opportunities for vocational apprenticeship programs and the workers at the Medalcraft Mint in Wisconsin producing the new commemorative items. 


The White House released Trump's remarks on the executive order and apprenticeship programs, saying it would be "removing federal restrictions that have prevented many different industries from creating apprenticeship programs." 

Jerry MoranGerald (Jerry) MoranGoogle says it continues to allow apps to access Gmail user data McConnell: Sessions should stay as attorney general Tougher Russia sanctions face skepticism from Senate Republicans MORE, the mint's CEO, said he is "very proud" to have been chosen to work on the new product.

The Trump campaign's official online merchandise store began selling the bronze medallions this week for $45.

The coins have a portrait of the president on the front, and a flag on the back with Trump's signature "Make America Great Again" slogan.