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Trump returns to 'America first' message in Kenosha speech

Trump returns to 'America first' message in Kenosha speech

President Donald Trump returned to his populist "America first" message Tuesday, visiting a state key to his presidential victory where he signed an executive order to discourage businesses from hiring low-wage workers abroad and to require the government to buy more from U.S. firms.

Appearing at the southeast Wisconsin headquarters of Snap-on Inc., a tool, automotive and industrial diagnostics equipment manufacturer and distributor, Trump tried to bolster his "Buy American, Hire American" campaign pledge.

During his remarks, Trump also promised quick work on tax reform — though Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, who also attended, has said such action isn't...

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