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Donald Trump is about to make some major changes in America. He already saved thousands of jobs in Indianapolis, and the company isn’t shifting to Mexico. The good news is that other companies will follow, too.

As Angry Patriot Movement reports, Mark Fields, CEO of Ford Motor Company, is eager to work with Trump as long as the President-elect chooses the right policies.

“We will be very clear in the things we’d like to see,” Fields explained. He is interested in the currency manipulation rules, and the regulations regarding driverless cars and tax reform.

The Ford CEO also requires that the President-elect changes the rules and regulations on the fuel-economy of vehicles. According to him, this harms the profit, because strict rules make automakers produce more vehicles and hybrids than needed.

“In 2008, there were 12 electrified vehicles offered in the U.S. market and it represented 2.3 percent of the industry. Fast forward to 2016, there’s 55 models, and year to date it’s 2.8 percent,” Fields added.

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“At the end of the day, you’ve got to have customers, so obviously, there would be pressure on the business if there’s not a market,” he said.

Trump devoted par of his campaign on companies like Ford that are planning to leave the States. He announced tariffs and rigorous penalties for corporations that will cut down the jobs in America. Trump is ready to find the best way to keep these companies on American land.

Trump talked to Executive Chairman Bill Ford. They talked about the company’s intention to move to Mexico. to discuss the company’s plans to move a Kentucky plant to Mexico. This phone call was rather important, as it convinced  Ford to stay in Kentucky.

Ford and Carrier decided to stay in America. And what did the media do? Nothing. Not a single word was shed after the great victory. Trump’s involvement helped Americans keep their jobs and celebrate the holidays decently.

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Ford employed 28,000 Americans in the last five years, and has over 85,000 employees here. The company has 8,800 employees in Mexico, and still does well there.

“It would be imposed on the entire industry, not just singling out a single company. When you look at the production and supply chains and how they’re integrated between the three countries, (Mexico, Canada, and the U.S.) putting a tariff on that would have a negative impact on all the economies,” stated Ford.

This is just part of the cake. Trump will give Americans a lot more. He knows how to do business. Let’s make our country amazing again.

Do you think we’re on a good way to bring America to the top? We made a wise choice, that’s a sure bet. What will happen next?


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