Trump signed the “Buy American, Hire American” order during his visit to the Snap-on Tools headquarters in Kenosha, Wis. The president called the order “bold new steps” toward making good on his campaign promises to generate more jobs for out-of-work Americans.
President Trump on Tuesday signed an executive order that will make it harder for American tech companies to hire employees from foreign countries willing to work for less money than Americans.
Trump called the order “a powerful signal to the world” that “finally puts America first.”
“We are finally standing up for our workers and our companies,” Trump said. Read more at FOX News.