President Trump is taking action he says will boost American hiring in federal contracting and protect US workers from visa abuses. The president returned to his "America First" economic theme while announcing the moves at a tool plant, Snap-On Inc. in Kenosha.
He signed an executive order directing a review of government rules to ensure more American companies and workers are used by agencies in their contracting.
The president also waded into the controversial "H1-B" program, often accused of allowing technology companies to replace American workers with lower-paid foreign workers.
"No longer are we going to allow foreign countries to cheat our producers and our workers out of federal contracts."
The president also returned to NAFTA -- a popular target from his campaign -- promising "big changes" will come or he's going to get rid of NAFTA once and for all.
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