During the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump kept promising to bring jobs back to America and create more. Even before his inauguration in January, Trump is already keeping his promise.
For months, President-elect Donald Trump campaigned on the theme of growing and protecting jobs in America.
On Friday night, Trump added another notch to his successes in the month since he won election with less than six week to go before he actually takes office.
During Friday night’s “thank you” rally in Grand Rapids, Mich., Dow Chemical Chairman and CEO Andrew Liveris announced that 200 jobs would be coming to Michigan — 100 new jobs that Dow would create and 100 jobs the company would bring back from overseas.
“Let’s make America great again by building great things in America,” Liveris told the rally.