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Saturday, November 05, 2016

Navarro: Clinton's 'Blind Faith in Globalism' and 'Corruption' Hit Swing States Hardest

Peter Navarro, economic policy adviser to the Trump campaign, spoke withBreitbart News DailySiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Friday and said that “a blind faith in globalism” and “corruption” embraced by Hillary Clinton have hit America’s swing states the hardest for many years and that people “are finally coming to understand that.”

In talking about the so-called battleground states, Navarro said, “Look, for example, at North Carolina and Ohio. Both of those states have suffered greatly at the hands of really bad trade deals. The South Korean deal, to me, is all the people of this country need to know about Hillary Clinton when it comes to the economy.”

He pointed out that Clinton called it “a cutting-edge deal” when she negotiated it as secretary of state. “She promised the American people 70,000 new jobs and wound up basically costing this country 95,000 jobs. Seventy-five percent of the damage was in the auto and auto parts industry, most of which is concentrated in places like Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Indiana,” said Navarro.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

And when she was a senator, she promised 200,000 jobs to Upstate New York. Instead, after two terms there was a loss of nearly 2000 jobs.