Trump Takes Credit For Foxconn Coming to America

President Donald Trump is taking credit for Foxconn coming to Wisconsin. The president made the comments in a meeting with governors yesterday, which included Governor Scott Walker. President Trump told Governor Walker directly that the electronics giant would not even be in the country without the president’s intervention.

The Taiwanese company plans to build a massive display screen factory in the state which promises to employ up to 13-thousand people. The state is giving them around 3 billion dollars in incentives. Trump says Foxconn plans to follow it’s initial investment in Wisconsin with an even larger plant, showing confidence in what America’s labor force has to offer.



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