A Japanese billionaire plans to invest $50 billion in the United States, thanks to Donald Trump.
The president-elect said Masayoshi Son agreed to invest $50 billion and create 50,000 new jobs in the US.
What’s more, Trump says Son would never have agreed to make the investment had Hillary Clinton been elected.
Son is the CEO of SoftBank (which owns Sprint). The Korean-Japanese businessman is worth more than $17 billion.
While mainstream media is trying to discredit Trump’s role in the SoftBank deal, Masayoshi Son confirmed that he would not be making the $50 billion investment in the United States if Clinton had been elected:
Son said he went to Trump Towers to celebrate the billionaire’s new job and he wants to help make America great again.
“I just came to celebrate his new job,” Son said. “I said, ‘This is great, the U.S. will become great again.’ ”
Trump announces that Masayoshi Son, CEO of SoftBank, has agreed to invest $50 billion in U.S., create 50K new jobs. https://t.co/NRYqaLHY4J
— ABC News (@ABC) December 6, 2016
The announcement comes just one week after Trump negotiated to save 1,100 jobs at air conditioner manufacturer Carrier.
Carrier employees are grateful that their jobs won’t be going down to Mexico and said Trump saved Christmas for their families.
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