Walmart Investing $6.8 Billion In United States And Creating 10,000 New Jobs

Walmart Investing $6.8 Billion In United States And Creating 10,000 New Jobs
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Donald Trump isn’t even president yet and we are already seeing strong signs that companies across the world believe he will preside over a growth economy.

That’s good news considering the fact we are currently mired in the worst economic recovery since World War II.

SoftBank, Ford, GM, Chrysler, and others have announced that they are making new investments into the American economy.

It looks like Walmart wants to get it on the action now too.

Justin Holcomb has more…

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From Townhall:

Walmart has announced that it will invest $6.8 billion in the United States and create 10,000 more jobs for Americans in stores and e-commerce, a strong response to the victory of President-elect Donald Trump.

The investment will create 59 new or relocated Walmart and Sam’s Club stores throughout the country which will in return create an estimated 24,000 construction jobs, the company said in a statement.

Big league stuff!

The sad part is that liberals are actually angry about this.

Only a liberal could find a way to be angry about someone getting a job.

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