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Old 10.11.2016, 16:12
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Re: Will Trump be a Good President?

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I will honestly admit, my knowledge of economics is not that deep, so I do have to take it at face value (both positions and the expert's opinions).


But as I said on that level this sounds good:


-Strengthen American manufacturing through a $10 billion "we have no idea how we can scrape up yet more cash" fund in “Make it in America” partnerships
-Prevent countries like China from abusing global trade rules and reject trade agreements that do meet high standards
-no to trade deals, like the Trans-Pacific Partnership, that insist on a high standard of raising wages, creating good-paying jobs, and enhancing our national security.
-Attempt to revitalize the hardest-hit manufacturing communities by creating tax incentives to encourage investment in communities that have faced or are about to face significant manufacturing job losses.
-Shit on companies that ship jobs and earnings overseas and bribe companies to bring back jobs to the U.S (except for his which will continue to manufacture overseas).
-Invest in America’s manufacturing workforce in the hopes that someday, maybe, it might be the best in the world.
Ftfy.

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