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12-22-2016 03:45 AM  6 months agoPost 1
dilberteinstein

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The CEO of Boeing told President-elect Donald Trump Wednesday that his company can build a new Air Force One for less than originally quoted -- after Trump complained about the cost.

Earlier this month, Trump made headlines for blasting the company on Twitter for alleged cost overruns with the new fleet of Air Force One planes.

Trump called on the government to cancel the contract and called the supposed $4 billion price tag out of control.

Boeing’s Dennis Muilenburg, who met with Trump at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Fla., addressed the media after the meeting and said, “We’re going to get it done for less than that, and we’re committed to working together to make sure that happens.”

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/201...complaints.html

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12-22-2016 12:33 PM  6 months agoPost 2
870heli

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When you see the news they will talk abought what he did wrong.
Go Trump

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12-22-2016 03:52 PM  6 months agoPost 3
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Give me a friggin break! Where is the signed agreement?
The government does not do things in this manner, they request proposals, do studies, negotiate pricing, negotiate add-ons.

One coffee at Mara Largo with Trump and problem solved. This is white wash for 5pm news. Nothing of real substance and binding agreement was accomplished. No one should believe otherwise.

Great, moves in the right direction, but don't close the book on the issue. You do not break or modify a government contract so easily. I think that they are under contract for planning and design only of around $170mil. The real meat and potatoes of the 4Bil contract is not signed or ready yet.

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12-22-2016 09:27 PM  6 months agoPost 4
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Trump winning again

China tycoon moves jobs to US, citing high taxes at home

(AFP) - A Chinese auto glass tycoon has caused a stir by shifting part of his empire to the United States and setting up a factory in Ohio, citing high taxes and soaring labour costs at home.

Cao Dewang's $600-million investment comes after Donald Trump threatened to declare Beijing a currency manipulator and slap 45 percent punitive tariffs on Chinese imports to protect American jobs.

The 70-year-old tycoon's decision to open a glass factory in the eastern American state of Ohio in October -- a rare case of jobs being exported from China to the US -- triggered an outpouring of criticism on social media.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/china-ty...5--finance.html

Trump for the win.

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12-22-2016 11:37 PM  6 months agoPost 5
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That is fantastic. Great News.

Where in Ohio? Are there other glass businesses located there? Why not closer to Detroit? How many jobs? When?

At the moment, It sounds really good, but there are a lot of details remaining to sort. For competitive reasons, they probably don't want to be specific at this juncture.

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12-23-2016 03:00 AM  6 months agoPost 6
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wooooooooooooooohoo, go Trump

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