President Trump to give Gold Mine ad agency $250K to promote his administration

The president will give $250,000 to the Gold Mine advertising agency this week, according to a White House aide.

Trump, who also is in a push to help promote his agenda, will be making a separate gift of $500,000 for a new goldmine-related company, the aide said.

The new company is the same one that was formed this week to help President Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, with their first big project, a golf course in Mar-a-Lago.

Trump and wife Melania Trump will be hosting an opening reception for the golf course on April 4.

The first of five projects, the Mar-A-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Fla., will begin in 2020 and cost $200 million.

The president is also in the midst of a push for a national monument to protect his vast holdings of undeveloped land in the southern Utah desert.

The project, known as the Bears Ears National Monument, is the first national monument under the Antiquities Act of 1906 and could help shield about 675 million acres of public land and waters from mining, according a White Senate document obtained by The Hill.

The administration is in the process of setting up a new ad agency to promote its agenda, the aides said.

Goldmine president Matt Miller said he and other partners had hoped to have their new agency up and running by early April, but had to wait until after the April 4 inauguration because of the inauguration.

Miller told The Hill he was thrilled to be given the gift.

“This was an important decision for the Trump family, and it was a great day for Goldmine,” Miller said.

A spokesperson for the National Park Service did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The announcement came as the White House continued to press for a goldmine development in California’s Chino Basin.

In late March, the administration announced plans to create a $2.5 billion mine and development project in the Chino River Valley.

The White House has also called for the construction of more than 2,200 mining permits in the region, though the project has not been finalized.