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Is Trump Keeping 1,400 Jobs In America?

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News video: Is Trump Keeping 1,400 Jobs In America?Thursday, US President-Elect Donald Trump is expected to visit Indiana to let the public know that he plans on keeping 1,000 jobs a part of the United Technologies Corp’s Carrier plant in the US. US Vice President-Elect Mike Pence, who is the former Governor of Indiana, will be in charge of the transaction. This transaction may have been sparked by US Senator Bernie Sanders, who urged Trump to act before United Technologies Corp moved 1,400 US jobs to Mexico.

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