Major CEO Congratulates Trump on Tax Reform, Then Drops ‘Really Important’ Announcement to His Face

President Donald Trump is getting the things done in spite of ALL the flack!!!

President Donald J. Trump hosted a dinner with European business leaders and CEOs at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland Thursday evening. Trump has been making the rounds in Davos, holding bilateral meetings with other world leaders and conducting business roundtables. Trump met with various business leaders in the shadow of the recent economic boom in America.

In a stunning moment, one by one, European titans of industry from companies like Adidas, Siemens and Bayer went around the table to thank Trump for the passage of tax cuts and the easing of corporate tax burdens. Almost every CEO had a new US-based investment or strategic business to announce.

Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser was seated right next to President Trump at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, and he decided to reveal some big news about the future of his company. Siemens, which employs 56,000 people in the United States, has chosen to produce its gas turbines in the United States because of the corporate tax cuts afforded by Trump.

Kaeser said to President Trump: “Congratulations on your tax reform. … Since you have been successful with the tax reform, we decided to develop the next-generation gas turbines in the United States.”

President Trump replied: “That’s a big thing. That’s really big. Where will that be developed?”

“Charlotte.”

“That’s fantastic. Well, thank you, on behalf of Charlotte. Thank you very much, and our country.”

A couple of other companies already announced their plans to move their practice right here in the United States. Those in attendance, according to the White House press pool:

Kasper Rorsted, Adidas (Apparel)—Germany

Joe Kaeser, Siemens AG (Tech)—Germany

Heinrich Hiesinger, Thyssenkrupp AG (Industrials)—Germany

Eldar Saetre, Statoil ASA (Energy)—Norway

Mark Schneider, Nestle SA (Food and Beverage)—Switzerland

Vas Narasimhan, Novartis AG (Pharmaceutical)—Switzerland

Mark Tucker, HSBC (Financial Services)—UK

Patrick Pouyanne, Total SA (Energy)—France

Carols Brito, Anheuser-Busch InBev NV (Food and Beverage)—Netherlands

Rajeev Suri, Nokia Corporation (Technology)—Finland

Punit Renjen, Deloitte (Consulting)—UK

Martian Lundstedt, AB Volvo (Auto)—Sweden

Werner Baumann, Bayer AG (Pharmaceutical)—Germany

Bill McDermott, SAP SE (Technology)—Germany

Ulrich Spiesshofer, ABB Ltd (Manufacturing)—Switzerland

Winning feels great after 8 years of losing.

This goes to show you it’s better to elect intelligent, fresh perspective person to government posts then to keep electing the same old politicians who have honed their rhetoric year after year so that they are no longer working for the people but themselves. Drain the swamp!

I love the respect our President received in Davos! He did America proudly! There is no denying that our President is an intelligent businessman!!!! So thankful for him and the decisions he is making for our country!!

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Natalie D.

Natalie D. is an American conservative writer who writes for  Supreme Insider,  Right Journalism, and Conservative US! Natalie has described herself as a polemicist who likes to "stir up the pot," and does not "pretend to be impartial or balanced, as broadcasters do," drawing criticism from the left, and sometimes from the right. As a passionate journalist, she works relentlessly to uncover the corruption happening in Washington .She is a "constitutional conservative".

One thought on “Major CEO Congratulates Trump on Tax Reform, Then Drops ‘Really Important’ Announcement to His Face

  • January 28, 2018 at 3:00 am
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    President Trump is what America has needed for a long time. All politicians should be fired and business leaders should replace them. God Bless America and President Trump.

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