During the 2016 presidential campaign, Republican Donald Trump vowed that America will experience “so much winning if I get elected, that you may get bored with winning.”
He’s been pretty spot on, with the Carrier deal saving hundreds of jobs from moving to Mexico, the Boeing deal which saved taxpayer money, and now a freshly announced pair of deals that will save thousands more jobs for America.
The President-elect has announced agreements with two separate companies – Sprint and OneWeb – that will create a combined 8,000 jobs right here in America.
Via Fox News Insider:
President-elect Donald Trump made a short public statement regarding the economy Wednesday afternoon.
Speaking at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, Trump said he has worked to secure agreements with two companies that will create 8,000 American jobs.
Partially crediting SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son, a Japanese businessman, Trump said telecommunications giant Sprint will return 5,000 positions to the United States.
Trump said OneWeb will also add 3,000 American jobs.
“They are coming back into the United States, which is a nice change,” Trump declared.
The President-elect was correct in his assessment that our nation would do a whole lot of winning if he is chosen to be the next leader. We just didn’t expect to do so much of it before he even takes office in January.
About the only thing Trump was wrong with in regards to his prediction? We’ll never get tired of all the winning. After eight years of Barack Obama putting every other nation first before our own, it’s nice to see a man who will make America great again instead.
That never gets old.
Cross-posted at the Political Insider