Trump starts post-election victory tour in two blue counties

Trump starts post-election victory tour in two blue counties

He promised the crowd he would discuss his "action plan to make America great again", but he glossed over it during the speech. "Hey, in the great state of OH, we didn't have the upper echelon of politician either did we?" And we had just won Florida.

The former MA governor - who once called Trump a "con man" and a "fraud" - has made a spectacular about-face since the real estate mogul won the presidency.

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, who lost the Democratic primary to Hillary Clinton, said the Carrier deal is incomplete and leaves the incoming Trump administration open to threats from companies.

"We have so many problems to fix in this country but if we must set aside our differences. // We're going to come together, we have no choice". "When he becomes the president we'll start providing some oversight of that".

"We seek a future where every American child is fully included in the American dream".

David Cohen, a political science professor at the University of Akron who specializes in While House staffing, said he finds it "baffling" he would spend so much time campaigning. "You can't have people that didn't know how to get there". "We seek peace and harmony with the nations of the world".

"We condemn bigotry and prejudice in all of its forms", said Mr. Trump, who throughout the presidential race was accused of stirring racism and bigotry. And when he shared his ideas on health care reform, Trump was met with roaring applause.

He re-emphasised that he would repeal and replace the "Obamacare". "We have a great, great cabinet".

"What happened today in IN, we're going to do that all over the country", he said in Cincinnati. Often, however, Trump still seemed to be fighting the campaign.

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President-elect Donald Trump is renewing his pledge to build a wall along the U.S. -Mexico border during his first extensive public remarks since winning election. And when he mockingly recalled the moment on November 8 that television anchors realized he had won the election, he stopped speaking, grinned broadly, and waited as the crowd cheered.

"It's time to remove the rust from the Rust Belt and usher in a new industrial revolution", Trump said. "And you know what she doesn't understand?"

His Department of Defense selection, who is typically viewed as an aggressive military man, may be going over better than the top of his economic team.

"They all tell me, they sat in their magnificent rooms in wonderment", he said. "I been a pretty good messenger!"

Additional stops on the tour will be announced after the venues have been booked, according to officials cited by Bloomberg.

They had announced in February that they planned to move a plant and more than a thousand jobs to Mexico.

Trump plans to move quickly after taking office on January 20 on his goals to overhaul taxation, healthcare and immigration laws, his Vice President-elect Mike Pence said in an interview published by the Wall Street Journal on Friday.

The President-elect will arrive in OH from in where he highlighted the deal he made with Carrier, a heating and air conditioner firm to save 1,000 jobs that had been set to move to Mexico - fulfilling a campaign promise. To critics who see other IN factories on the verge of closing, deals like the one at Carrier are unlikely to stem the job losses caused by automation and cheap foreign competition, and the prospect that the White House might directly intervene is also a concern to some economists.

The Wall Street Journal reported that Trump had an investment of up to $250,000 in 2014 in United Technologies Corp., the parent company of Carrier.