Thanks to Donald Trump: US Steel to rehire 10,000 employees
By Sounak Mukhopadhyay
Here is another proof why Donald Trump has all the capabilities to "make America great again." As the 45th US president, he brings a positive work atmosphere to the United States again.
US Steel CEO Mario Longhi said on Wednesday that Donald Trump's victory over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had brought fresh optimism. He feels forces are coming together to create a better work environment.
Longhi also said that he might rehire as many as 10,000 employees, thanks to Trump. According to Longhi, the positive optimism is quite widespread throughout the communities. He said that his company had been forced to terminate thousands of employees during the depression.
However, Donald Trump's leadership brings a fresh air of positive energy. And, he is ready to bring back the ones who the company had to lay off, Breitbart News reported.
Longhi's declaration about Donald Trump's leadership has been well appreciated by the people of America. According to l'Eau Rouge, USS should make two giant stainless steel balls, and have them placed on the White House lawn as a gift to President Trump.
Trump's leadership has definitely created a positive buzz among investors. SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son earlier said he would invest $50 billion to create 50,000 new jobs in the United States. The announcement came after he had a private meeting the president-elect.
As the announcement was made in the Trump Tower lobby, Trump said SoftBank had made the investment decision after his victory. Son said his company would invest in US startups. He also said that the investment was coming from a $100 billion investment fund which he had earlier set up along with Saudi Arabian fund.
But, creating 50,000 jobs only through startups may be a difficult thing to do, the Wall Street Journal reported. According to reports, Son may be considering acquisitions worth $30 billion as well. This just shows the business experience of Donald Trump and his ability to convince big investors to put money on America.