BREAKING – Trump to Announce 1 MILLION New Jobs

Donald Trump just had a very productive meeting that will thrill patriots.

Over five years, Alibaba will make one million new jobs in America! After meeting with our president-elect, the company’s executive chairman, Jack Ma, was ready to invest in America, via CNCB.

Ma told reporters that the new jobs will be mainly in the Midwest, focusing on goods production like garments, wines, and fruits.

I’m even more excited about where these goods will be going! Ma said these new business ventures will be “selling products — agriculture products and America services — to China and Asia because we’re pretty big in Asia.”

How do the president-elect and this business leader plan to create all of these jobs and ship the products to China?

It’s all about small businesses! Ma said he and Trump “specifically talked about…supporting 1 million small businesses, especially in the Midwest of America.”

This is the perfect partnership, in my mind! Alibaba is an internet company that specializes in taking small businesses and putting them on the web to expand their customer base. They’re sort of like Ebay or Etsy but with a broader range of small businesses on offer.

Of Ma and his meeting with the business leader, Trump said, “We had a great meeting, and a great, great entrepreneur, one of the best in the world, and he loves this country, and he loves China.”

Ma had similarly positive words to say about Trump and the meeting, “The door is open…[for] discussing the relationship and trade issues. I think the president-elect is very smart, he’s very open-minded to listen. I told him my ideas about how to improve trade, especially to improve small business, cross border trade…[Trump] has concerns, and he has solutions, that he wants to discuss with China and us.”

Ma has said he isn’t worried about Trump’s tough-on-China position. Personally, I think it’s about time that someone got tough on the nation, between its currency manipulation and its history of taking our jobs.

It’s exciting to think that a bunch of brand new small businesses will have more opportunities to sell their markets to China. Finally, it seems that China and Asian markets are opportunities for Americans, instead of a drain on opportunities.

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