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Bernie Sanders: Carrier Corporation 'Took Trump Hostage And Won'

Gothamist Thursday, 1 December 2016
Bernie Sanders: Carrier Corporation 'Took Trump Hostage And Won'Donald Trump is kicking off his "victory tour" in Indianapolis today to celebrate himself for a deal reached with Carrier Corporation to keep an estimated 1,000 jobs in Indiana. But the deal, which will keep only half the company's jobs in the state and is contingent on huge corporate tax breaks, isn't the working-class victory his campaign is framing it as. [ more › ]
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News video: Trump Goes To Indiana To Celebrate Half Of The Carrier Jobs He Helped Save

Trump Goes To Indiana To Celebrate Half Of The Carrier Jobs He Helped Save 00:40

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will visit a factory in Indiana to kick off a "thank you tour." He's also celebrating his role in persuading air conditioner maker Carrier Corp to keep around a thousand jobs in the state, rather than move them to Mexico. The company will still outsource Indiana jobs...

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