EXCELLENT! Trump Reaffirms His Pledge To HIRE AMERICAN

Donald Trump is committed to his promise to the American people to deliver on jobs. It’s one of the main reasons he won the election so he’s wise to keep the bargain.

The Hill reports:

Trump doubles down on pledge to ‘hire American’

Donald Trump on Thursday doubled down on his pledge to “hire American,” despite recent reports that his businesses plan to hire more foreign workers.

The president-elect posted a photo to Instagram saying that his administration will follow “two simple rules” when he is in office:

My Administration will follow two simple rules: BUY AMERICAN and HIRE AMERICAN! #USA

A photo posted by Donald J. Trump (@realdonaldtrump) on

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Throughout his presidential campaign, Trump pledged to bring jobs back to the United States.

Since his election victory last month, the real estate mogul has been publicly engaging with companies, pressuring some to keep jobs in the U.S. or to lower their fees for government-related projects.

During a rally he held earlier this month, he also talked about his commitment to keeping companies in the United States.

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“Remember years ago, we used to proudly display ‘Made in the USA’ … We don’t see it,” Trump said during a rally earlier this month.

The concept of keeping American workers employed is so basic, yet Obama and his party failed to see it for eight years. They were so busy using their power for social engineering that they ignored the most basic needs of the American people.

Trump gets it.

Thank goodness he won.


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