Union Boss ATTACKS Trump…’The Donald’ Hits Back In A HUGE Way!

Anyone who believes President-elect Donald Trump won’t go toe-to-toe with opposition opinions is kidding themselves. Tradition be damned, he has work to complete.

One of the harshest criticisms of the current and past presidents is allowing too many jobs to leave the country. Environmental regulations, labor laws and limited representation in government have pushed too many jobs abroad.

The labor void has affected millions of people struggling to earn a decent living in the US.

Trump has voiced strong opinions in favor of more jobs and worked to keep or bring more than 50,000 jobs to the country even before sitting in the White House.

One of the so-called worker leaders, a union boss, criticized Trump for claiming too much success in keeping more Americans working. Trump publicly blasted the union leader’s sour grapes.

Donald Trump took to Twitter Wednesday night to slam the union leader who has been criticizing his Carrier job-saving deal.

Trump tweeted the following in response:

Jones acted less like a gruff union leader and more like a snowflake needing a safe place.

“Well, first of all, that wasn’t very damn nice,” Jones responded while speaking to CNN’s Erin Burnett Wednesday night.

“He’s lying his a– off,” Jones said earlier in the day about Trump’s claim of saving 1,100 jobs. “That’s not just my feeling. The numbers prove he’s lying his a– off. It’s a damn shame when you come in and make a false statement like that.”

Jones and the media questioned Trump’s calculation of saving 1,100 jobs. Reports say about 300 were never going to Mexico and Trump only saved about 800. Carrier is still sending hundreds of jobs out of the country.

What Jones and leftist mainstream media don’t get is Trump’s poignant point – he saved jobs, and they didn’t, or wouldn’t.

Jones and his liberal buddies couldn’t get the job done.

Trump saved the jobs.

Get it?

h/t: ABC News

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