Manufacturing Jobs Killed By Trump Are Being Reborn Under Biden
The President will deliver remarks at a facility in New Mexico where jobs lost under the Trump administration have been reborn thanks to Biden.
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President Biden is in the middle of a western state swing where he will be discussing the success of the CHIPS Act on its first birthday and the Inflation Reduction Act.
The President said in a statement provided to PolitcusUSA/The Daily:
In the year since I signed this legislation into law, companies have announced over $166 billion to bring semiconductor manufacturing back to the United States. These investments are creating jobs and opportunities in communities across the country – from Ohio to Arizona, Texas and New York. And, in the last year alone, at least 50 community colleges have announced new or expanded programs to help American workers access good-paying jobs in the semiconductor industry.
The CHIPS and Science Act is a key part of my Bidenomics agenda to bring investment and opportunity to every corner of the country. Over the coming months, my Administration will continue to implement this historic law, make sure American union workers, small businesses, and families benefit from investments spurred by the CHIPS and Science Act, and make America once again a leader in semiconductor manufacturing and less dependent on other countries for our electronics or clean energy supply chains.
The media and the country are focused on Trump’s crime wave and the accountability being delivered through the justice system. It is historic. It also plays into the media and America’s love of true crime.
For weeks, political coverage has been consumed by lawyers, not political experts, and there is no discussion of what is happening in the government.
The President’s statement sounds good, but what does it mean in real-world terms?
We’ll dig into that coming up below.
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