Trump Lays Out Seven Steps to ‘Bring Back’ and ‘Create’ Jobs for FL Crowd

TAMPA – Wednesday before a enthusiastic crowd at the Florida State Fairgrounds, GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump put a focus on the economy by laying out what he described to be “seven steps” that he said would “bring back our jobs and create millions of new jobs.” First Trump focused on trade, pointing to withdrawing from Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations and putting in place new trade negotiators to make “great” trade deals versus what he declared currently to be “incompetent and bad” trade deals. “Number one: I’m going to withdraw the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership talks which have yet to be ratified,” Trump said that earned him a roaring reaction from the crowd. “So important. Number two: I’m going to appoint the toughest and smartest trade negotiators to fight on behalf of American workers so that we make great trade deals with other countries instead of incompetent and bad trade deals.” He then outlined what he would instruct members of his administration to do as it pertains to foreign nations that are acting to “harm American workers.” “I’m going to direct the secretary of commerce to identify every violation of trade agreements that a foreign country is currently using to harm