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Trump Shares Infrastructure Flow Chart, Claims CEOs Leaving Manufacturing Council Not Taking Jobs Seriously

During a press conference held in Trump Tower on Tuesday, the first question President Donald Trump took was dealing with the recent exit of upwards of 5 CEOs from this American Manufacturing Council.

Asked why he thought CEOs were leaving the council, the president responded candidly, saying”because they’re not taking their job seriously as it pertains to this country.”

He continued by doubling down on his desire to create American jobs while also taking a moment to point out that “some of those” CEOs who had left the council are “outside of the country, having a lot of their product made outside.”

Trump made specific to Merck and Co, a pharmaceutical company, saying “their product is made outside of the country.”

“I have to tell you, some of the folks that will leave, they’re leaving out of embarrassment because they make their products outside,” Trump said. “And I’ve been lecturing them, including the gentleman you’re referring to, you have to bring it back to this country.”

All the top of the presser, Trump made comments about an infrastructure bill he signed into law earlier that day. He pointed out that previously, to get a highway built, you needed “16 different approvals involving nine different federal agencies governed by 29 different statues.”

The president then took the opportunity to show the media a lengthy flow chart detailing the process.

“That can go out to about 20 years to get something approved,” he said. “This is for a highway.”

Trump then held up a shooter piece of paper, showing how the process would work under the law that he was signing into implementation.

“This is what we will bring it down to. This is less than two years,” he said. “This is going to happen quickly. That’s what I’m signing today.”

“No longer will we tolerate one job killing delay after another. No longer will we accept a broken system that benefits consultants and lobbyists at the expense of hardworking Americans.”