Since November of 2016 and the election of Donald Trump, his Administration has witnessed the creation of 76,000 manufacturing jobs.
And now, this announcement. Foxconn has never been in the United States . . . . . . . until now. This decision, on the part of Foxconn, will develop at least 3,000 good paying jobs, and, as many as 13,000 jobs. This is an extremely important development. If this announcement winds up being a reality, it will play a role in the 2020 elections. Trump won Wisconsin (10 electoral votes) by a little over 1%. Wisconsin will be a key state in the coming presidential election.
Foxconn produces IPhones and IPads for Apply.
Since March of 2017, we have seen 863,000 jobs created . . . . . an average of more than 172,000 new jobs per month, the highest jobs rate in 17 years.
Hail to the Chief.