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Trump’s 7 Simple Ways to Create Jobs

BOOM: Crowd Explodes When Trump Reveals 7 Simple Ways He’s Going to Create Jobs

Speaking Wednesday to a crowd at the Florida State Fairgrounds, GOP nominee Donald Trump put forward seven steps he’s said he would take to put Americans back to work — debunking the left’s claims that his plans aren’t “specific” enough (quotes transcribed by Breitbart, no. 7 provided to Heavy by the campaign):

One: “I’m going to withdraw the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership talks which have yet to be ratified.”

Two: “I’m going to appoint the toughest and smartest trade negotiators to fight on behalf of American workers so that we make great trade deals with other countries instead of incompetent and bad trade deals.”

Three: “I’m going to direct the secretary of commerce to identify every violation of trade agreements that a foreign country is currently using to harm American workers, of which there are many.”

“I will then direct all appropriate agencies to use every tool under American and international law to end these abuses. We’re being abused.”

Four: “I’m going to tell our NAFTA partners that I intend to immediately re-negotiate the terms of that horrible agreement signed by Bill Clinton to get a better deal for our workers. And if we don’t get the deal that we want, which has to be good and has to make up for all of these years of abuse and lost time, then we will walk away, which is fine.”

Five: “I’m going to instruct my treasury secretary to label China a currency manipulator, the greatest in the world. Any country that devalues their currency in order to take unfair advantage of the United States and all of its companies who can’t compete will face tariffs and taxes to stop the cheating. And when they see that, they will stop the cheating.”

Six: “I’m going to instruct the United States trade representative to bring trade cases against China, both in this country and at the WTO, World Trade Organization,” he continued. “China’s unfair subsidy and its behavior is prohibited by the terms of its entrance into the WTO, and I intend to enforce our rules.”

Seven: “If China does not stop its illegal activities, including its theft of American trade secrets, I will use every lawful presidential power to remedy trade disputes, including the application of tariffs consistent with federal law.”

Trump ended with this strong statement in reference to Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton who he said had run the State Department “like a failed leader in a third-world country”:

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