After Trump’s public ass-kicking of Barack Obama on Carrier, companies are now requesting to hold court with President The Donald.
Recall that Obama mocked Trump for saying he would keep save the jobs at Carrier. This is a video that will go down in history as one of the worst bonehead comments a president can make.
Here is a transcript from the video:
When somebody says…like the person you just mentioned who I’m not gone advertise for…that he’s gonna bring all these jobs back.
Well how exactly are you gonna do that? What are you gonna do?
There’s uh uh eh, there’s no answer to it.
He just says, wa wa, ‘Well I’m gonna negotiate a better deal,’ well how? What, how exactly are you going to negotiate that?
What magic wand do you have, and usually the answer is you don’t have an answer.
If Democrats can watch this and not see why I have called Barack Obama a bonehead, then shame on them. This man is devoid of ideas.
He actually can’t fathom a way to keep Carrier in Indianapolis. Obama sees jobs leaving America as inevitable, as he goes on to say,
“There’s no answer to it.”
Then he mocks Trump, as if he would need a magic wand. Obama showcase why allowing a rookie to be in charge for 8 years cost America dearly.
Trump did what Obama alluded was impossible, and what Obama had no idea how to accomplish. And Trump did it with ease. Carrier was a deal Trump could have negotiated in his sleep.
Obama knows this, and so do most of his followers. Obama’s incompetence was full-frontal nudity for the world to see. Sadly for Obama, Trump is just getting started.
Now as it turns out, companies are making the pre-emptive move to negotiate with President-elect Trump now. A Ford deal is in the works.
Ford contemplated moving a plant to Mexico, and now has had a change of heart. As Bloomberg News reports:
Ford Motor Co. was a target of Donald Trump’s criticism on the campaign trail for building cars in Mexico, and now that Trump will be president, Ford said it’s willing to work with him to keep jobs in the U.S. — provided Trump puts the right policies in place, according to the automaker’s chief executive officer.
“We will be very clear in the things we’d like to see,” Mark Fields said in an exclusive interview Friday at Bloomberg offices in Southfield, Michigan.
Among them, according to Fields: currency-manipulation rules to promote free and fair trade, tax reform and safety guidelines for autonomous vehicles.
Fields said that Ford plans to lobby the new president to soften U.S. and state fuel-economy rules. They hurt profits by forcing automakers to build more electric cars and hybrids than are warranted by customer demand, he said.
As you can see, it’s not just wages that affect these decisions, but the environmental standards passed by the Obama administration.
We can now invest in America again. Americans are already investing in coal and other natural resources. We are investing in sanity.
No longer does America have a political agenda, but an agenda that truly represents the people.
So you can bet that President Trump will get a Ford deal. And that deal will be good for Ford, and better for America.