Worker In Maine Thanks Trump: ‘We Are All So Grateful To Know He Is Fighting For Us’ (VIDEO)

President Trump visited a medical manufacturing facility in Maine this weekend and got a hero’s welcome.

One person who was invited to say a few words at the plant was a woman named Angie Buscher.

She used the opportunity to thank Trump for working hard for American workers.

The White House website has the transcript:

THE PRESIDENT: I want to take a moment to recognize just a few of the hardworking patriots — and that’s what they are — of Maine, who were instrumental in this colossal effort that you’ve done at Puritan.

Angie Buscher. Where is Angie? Come on, Angie. Come on up here. (Applause.) She’s an operator in Puritans laboratory kit manufacturing area, where she’s been working 10 hours a day, 7 days a week for the health of our nation. She’s highly respected. I think she’s very good. Maybe I should hire her. Let’s bring her back. (Laughter.) Let’s bring her back to Washington.

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Please, say a few words. Please.

MS. BUSCHUR: I have worked at Puritan for the past 21 years. Since the coronavirus hit, we have spent every day making millions of swabs that helped save lives and helped people save the world. I am so grateful to this company and for the chance to serve our country, that the best way we can pay back is to work harder.

Ever since the President started us helping us grow, we have been so happy and excited to produce even more that I don’t want to stop until the job is done. The President has done so much to support us, and we are all so grateful to know he is fighting for us. Thank you for your leadership, Mr. President.

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