The president went to the Sheffer Corporation in Blue Ash, a suburb north of Cincinnati. When lawmakers passed the Republican tax bill, Sheffer gave $1,000 bonuses to its employees. President Trump promoted the effects of that tax bill in a speech at Sheffer, bringing employees on stage to talk about what they'd do with their bonuses.
CEOs from several Ohio companies were on hand, including:
Jeff Norris of Sheffer Corporation;
Greg Carmichael of Fifth Third Bancorp, which paid its more than 13,500 employees a $1,000 bonus and raised its minimum hourly wage to $15 per hour;
Christopher Irion of e-Cycle, which paid its employees a $1,000 bonus; and
Matt Schron of Jergens Inc., which also paid its employees a $1,000 bonus.
The first lady went to Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, to talk with experts about how the opioid epidemic has affected Ohio.
See a recap from our team of reporters covering the visit (feed may take a moment to appear; if you don't see it, click here).