The Trump administration has created a new definition of fatherhood, with the president’s eldest son in the White House and the president himself now a dad to his son.
The new definition, created by the Department of Health and Human Services, is the latest step in Trump administration efforts to redefine fatherhood.
The Trump Administration has created the definition of dadhood.
It is based on the concept that fathers have an important role in their children’s lives, and that fathers should be involved in the care of children.
The goal is to help ensure that children grow up healthy and free from the negative influence of the culture of dependency.
The new guidelines will be published later this week, the Associated Press reported.
The definition will be used to monitor how the federal government spends money for programs to help the nation’s 1.3 million dads, according to the AP.
It will also help identify and prioritize priorities for funding the federal budget, the AP reported.
It’s a welcome step toward changing the way the country views fatherhood as a positive and valuable role, said John Ritter, president of the American Psychological Association, the largest professional society for psychologists.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
This is a developing story.
More to come.