Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump announced his 13-person economic advisory council just days before he gives a speech in Detroit outlining his his plan for the economy.
Trump has attacked both Republican and Democratic politicians for not protecting American jobs. He vows to prevent outsourcing and bring manufacturing jobs back to America.
At a recent rally in Jacksonville, Trump called for a 35 percent tariff on companies who ship jobs overseas.
Monday's speech is meant to introduce Trump's larger plan for the economy and the policies crafted by his economic advisors.
Vast numbers of manufacturing jobs in Pennsylvania have moved to Mexico and other countries. That will end when I win!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 2, 2016
The team has come under fire for not having any minorities or women, and just one PhD economist.
John Paulson, President and Portfolio Manager of Paulson & Co. Inc.
Steven Feinberg, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Cerberus Capital Management
Stephen M. Calk, founder, Chairman and CEO Federal Savings Bank and National Bancorp Holdings
Andy Beal, founder and Chairman of Beal Bank and Beal Bank USA
Steven Mnuchin, Chairman and CEO of Dune Capital Management LP
Tom Barrack, founder and Executive Chairman of Colony Capital
Dan DiMicco, former Executive Chairman of the Nucor Corporation
Howard Lorber, President and CEO of Vector Group Ltd.
Steven Roth, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Vornado Realty Trust
POLITICAL ANALYSTS & ECONOMISTS
Stephen Moore, chief economist for the Heritage Foundation
Peter Navarro, professor of economics and public policy at the University of California, Irvine
Dan Kowalski, former Deputy Staff Director of the Republican Senate Budget Committee
David Malpass, former Deputy Assistant Treasury Secretary