Donald Trump promises to bring back one million jobs in US

Photo of newly elected United States President Donald Trump.

New York: Newly elected United President Donald Trump today promised citizens of America to bring back jobs for youths after he will assume office.




Trump has announced that creating jobs would be the cornerstone of his presidency and took aim at the pharmaceutical sector vowing to bring the industry back to the US.

Overall, his policies spell trouble for nations that seek to expand exports to the US.




“We’re going to create jobs,” he declared at his first news conference here on Wednesday. “I said that I will be the greatest jobs producer that God ever created. And I mean that.”

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In his hour-long meeting with over 250 media people at the Trump Tower, he gave more time to jobs creation and bringing back jobs than to foreign policy.




He listed companies like Fiat Chrysler and Ford planning to set up automobile factories in the US, instead of abroad and mentioned his meetings with Chinese entrepreneur Jack Ma, the founder of the e-commerce giant Ali Baba, as examples of how his election is contributing to jobs creation.

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