‘I’m not the president’: Trump signs ‘I don’t care’ license plate

President Donald Trump has signed a $3.3 million license plate that is dedicated to his signature healthcare reform law.

The $3,000 plate has a message on the front: ‘I am not the President of the United States.’

It is a campaign message that has been a campaign issue since Trump took office, but the message has been somewhat muted since Trump’s election.

Trump said in an interview with CBS’s Face the Nation in January that he didn’t care about the political effect of the plate.

The president was asked by CBS News’ Chuck Todd if he was concerned about the plate becoming a political issue.

Trump replied, “I’m going to see what happens.

I’m not going to pay attention to it, Chuck.

I mean, it’s not going away.

It’s not gonna be a big deal.

It won’t be a problem.”

The White House said that the license plate is not related to the healthcare law, and it’s a new design for the president to use as a reminder of his accomplishments.

The White Houses website has an article about the healthcare reform initiative on the $3 million plate.

It says: ‘President Trump’s signature healthcare law is now law in more than 30 states.

The Affordable Care Act is the law of the land.’

It also says that the president signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Reconciliation Act of 2010.

The Affordable Care Foundation, the non-profit that runs the website, has also published a blog post on the plate saying the president has ‘signed hundreds of thousands of new health insurance policies, including a record number of new plans that provide affordable, quality coverage.’

The White house also has a page on its website titled ‘What are we doing about it?’ that lists several steps to enact the law.