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Whitehouse Decision

A slang term for a policy or other decision that only the CEO and/or other members of upper management are permitted to make. Whitehouse decisions may have far-reaching consequences.
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The White House decision to narrow the scope and somewhat weaken the blow of President Donald Trump's escalating trade war with China comes after weeks of deepening anxiety about the state of the global economy.
As a result of the White House decision to not take action at this time, we were compelled to respond and initiate significant cost-saving measures which, unfortunately, included a reduction in force affecting ten of our Wyoming employees.
A week before the White House decision on the waivers, the State Department was informing countries that they would be continued.
A White House decision to dispatch an aircraft carrier to send a message to Iran followed "clear indications" that Iranian forces were preparing to possibly attack US forces in the region, a defence official said.
WASHINGTON A White House decision to dispatch an aircraft carrier and other military resources to send a message to Iran followed "clear indications" that Iranian and Iranian proxy forces were preparing to possibly attack U.S.
"We evaluate the White House decision … positively," Abdulkarim Omar, co-chair of foreign relations in the region held by the U.S.-backed SDF told Reuters.
The White House decision to cut funding is based solely on the premise that the president believes Palestinians won't come to the negotiating table because they cannot afford to make a deal.
At the present time, it is disappointing to see the United States has imposed tariffs on many steel and aluminium imports - contrary to its free trade image, markets see this White House decision as highly protectionist.
The one-day symposium discussed the political significance and legal status of the occupied city of Jerusalem and the White House decision, which also included the commitment to move the US embassy in Israel, currently located in Tel Aviv, to Jerusalem.
Figure skater Adam Rippon, who is reportedly the first openly homosexual athlete to qualify for the Olympics from the United States, on Tuesday denounced the White House decision to select Vice President Mike Pence for heading the country's delegation to the South Korean Winter Olympics.
The coming visit by the American vice president was supposed to take place in the second half of December 2017, but due to the backlash to the White House decision on 6 December to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, Washington decided to postpone the visit.
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