White House MOCKS Trump's Newest Jobs Deal; Wait 'Til You Hear What They Said

President-Election Donald Trump and Vice-President-Elect Mike Pence have just come through with a deal to keep 1,000 more U.S. jobs from going overseas.

Within a couple weeks of Apple looking into possibly moving their iPhone production back to the U.S. and Ford letting Trump know they'd be keeping their Lincoln production in Kentucky instead of moving it to Mexico, the president-elect struck a deal with Carrier to keep 1,000 jobs in Indiana instead of moving them to Mexico as well.

Now, according to Jared Rizzi, White House correspondent for SiriusXM 124, the White House has just mocked Trump's latest agreement.


Rizzi reports that White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said Trump "would have to do that '804 more times' to meet Obama job creation standard."

No mention was made of the fact that Trump is not even in office, yet he's already keeping Americans from losing their jobs.

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