During President Donald Trump’s first address to Congress, he made a single reference to human space exploration. However, the Feb. 28, 2017, speech, which included a number of priority policy items, did not give any clue to any proposed direction the 45th U.S. president has in mind for NASA. Space exploration was mentioned near the end of the nearly 90-minute address. It came during a moment when Trump was comparing the innovations from 1876, the U.S. centennial, to what 2026, the 250th anniversary of the founding of the U.S., may hold for America’s future. “Think of the marvels we can achieve if we simply set free the dreams of our people,” Trump said. “Cures to illnesses that have always plagued us are not too much to hope. American footprints on distant worlds are not too big a dream.” Now most Americans missed this last night including myself, as we were paying attention to the more important issues President Trump was bringing up in his first Joint Address to Congress last night. The fact that President Trump wants to us on space, is likely one of his main approaches to making America Great Again...For going to space could create millions of jobs and trillions in economic revenue. Now Trump's likely wanting to go to space is likely more than just the Moon, as he stated footprints on "Distant Worlds" as in more than one. Maybe Trump stating American footprints on distant worlds means outside our own galaxy. Now there's two amazing things about Trump putting America first, and the new fact that President Trump represents a need for American exploration possibly beyond the stars. This means new dreams, new visions, and never achieved goals in human history, if he wants to go to distant worlds what does President Trump have in mind for America to discover.