Former – and embattled – Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski praised Donald Trump’s monumental successes in the first month since the incoming president won the election.
Lewandowski appeared on Tuesday’s episode of Hannity to discuss the president-elect’s unprecedented maneuvers in recent weeks to begin the implementation of his ‘America First’ policies.
“Donald Trump, in the first four weeks of his presidency, has done more to help this country than I think Barack Obama has done in the last four years,” Lewandowski said. “Now I know that’s a strong statement, but what we see is a commitment to our military again; a commitment to our businesses to reduce the amount of government regulations so that they can continue to grow and grow our economy – not at one percent, not at two percent, but at four percent, five percent.”
“Lower the corporate tax rate so that our country can be competitive in a global marketplace. Look – his presidency is summed up in two words: America First.”
Trump has already negotiated deals with HVAC manufacturer Carrier and Taiwanese tech giant Foxconn that could preserve and create well over 50,000 jobs on U.S. soil in the coming years.
Last month, Apple began exploring the possibility of moving some production to the United States, and as a key supplier to Apple, Foxconn’s investment in U.S. manufacturing could begin to fulfill Trump’s heavily mocked assertion that, “We’re going to get Apple to build their damn computers and things in this country instead of in other countries.”
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