On Friday ( Feb 17, 2017 ) at a Boeing plant in South Carolina, President Trump ' repeated his campaign promises to promote American production that partly fueled his dizzying path to the White House. He warned of a "substantial penalty" for companies that move jobs out of the United States.
"We want products made by our workers in our factories stamped with those four magnificent words — made in the USA," Trump said. ' ( At Boeing, Trump touts American manufacturing, says he's looking at 'big' F-18 fighter order @ http://www.cnbc.com/2017/02/17/trump-he … -jobs.html )
I wish someone awakened Mr President to the fact that such comments are unbecoming of the President of America that happens to be a superpower, both militarily and economically.
Will Donald penalise himself too? He and his family have many overseas businesses.
His "rhetoric" is just bs that the gullible are happy to swallow.
The oversight of the left is that EVEN Trumps overseas business interests can return to America with a friendlier business climate ! Hence - the exact reason they've ALL left . AND, tourism is a different story , golf courses , resorts , his vacation style business investments .
The return of US jobs is a different point altogether .
The gullibility is all on the left.
You simply proved his points .
Think he should bring his Golf Courses home? Just pick them up, fly them over and drop them in a new location, right? That way he won't be importing any golf games.
As we all know there are sensible people running businesses worldwide. Therefore for fascists to say it's wrong while doing the same thing is hypocrisy.
Don't forget the conveniently forgotten "Don's family" sweatshops overseas plus the chinese manufactured goods etc.
Great to see hard core atheists defending a crank fundamentalist back woods religious nutter.
It's odd how such atheists have suddenly leapt off the anti religion bandwagon to defend Donald. We can see the true deep southern colours of their actual "philosophy".
http://time.com/4447655/donald-trump-ho … key-trade/
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