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      Today Trump officially killed the TPP, which is another form of NAFTA.
      Few things have outsourced jobs on the scale of NAFTA.
      Trump has brought some Carrier jobs back to the US. As well as Ford, GM, and now he’s working on Silicon Valley to spread jobs around the US rather than keep them holed up in California.
      At the signing of killing TPP his words were to ‘buy American and hire American’

      Trump is a republican, and the labor unions traditionally vote democratic.
      How does all this Trump talk settle in with the unions?????

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      Trump wants to bring Jobs back to USA
      But
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      He Might be HURTING one of USA’s Trading partners CANADA
      A lot of stuff gets shipped over the border but the trucks always go back Full —- Both ways
      there has been talk of closing more of the lines in GM plant in Oshawa Ontario one of the most up to date car lines
      One line was closed 1-2 years ago and moved

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      I don’t know what the Teamsters or UAW did . I don’t even know what the preferred vote was of the Operating Engineers , I do know that Local 3 across the I80 belt excluding Washoe county in NV voted pro gun rights and Trump . Resoundingly so with Mineral county . But that is only about 150 active members in good standing and the whole states populace is less than the smallest burough of NYC and tripled by Los Angeles county .
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