The Trump administration is targeting the beauty industry, according to a new report from the Center for American Progress.
In a statement to The Hill, a spokesperson for Trump said that the president has directed the Department of Health and Human Services to create an office to investigate the health and beauty industries.
The office is to be led by acting Deputy Secretary of Health Policy and Management Donna Shalala, a former beauty product executive who is also an adviser to the Trump administration on health care and public health.
The Office of American Innovation, created by the Trump transition team, is a key part of Trump’s effort to reshape the U: Health and Wellness, which he has called a “sick and dying industry” and has pledged to eliminate.
While it is not the only agency that is targeting beauty, it is the most aggressive.
The Department of Labor is investigating beauty companies for wage and employment practices.
And the Office of Personnel Management is conducting an investigation into how agencies use personal data to track people’s health and wellness and how they can make the system better.
Meanwhile, the Department in the Department on Women’s Equality and Empowerment has launched a review of whether or not women are receiving equal pay for equal work, and it is also investigating whether women should receive a wage increase.
As a result of the new efforts, Trump has vowed to repeal the Affordable Care Act, the landmark healthcare law he signed that has protected many people from the rising cost of living and made health care coverage affordable for millions.
His administration is also seeking to repeal protections for transgender Americans.
Trump also has a new order calling for an investigation of the beauty and health industries.
The order also calls for the Department to create a Office of Beauty and Health, which is a separate agency.
At least two other federal agencies, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Environmental Protection Agency, are also investigating the beauty business.
It is unclear how many of the agencies are working on the new investigations.
With reporting from The Hill.