Vice President Mike Pence at a stop at Frame USA in Cincinnati Thursday said that President Trump and his administration were enacting an economic agenda with three parts: “Jobs, jobs, and jobs.”
“We’ve gone to work on that from the day after the election and it’s already made a difference,” Pence told the crowd.
Pence highlighted various steps the Trump administration has taken to create jobs, such as approving the Keystone Pipeline, eliminating regulations, and “upholding the immigration laws of this country.”
Pence also referenced companies that kept jobs in the United States due to encouraging signs from the new President’s administration.
The Vice President also emphasized the importance of small business, “When small business is strong, America is strong.”
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