Trump heads to Wisconsin Thursday for the groundbreaking of a new Foxconn factory complex in Wisconsin was supposed to be evidence that the manufacturing revival fueled by President Donald Trump's "America First" policy is well underway.
Foxconn, the company which assembles iPhones in China, plans to hire 13,000 workers in
Wisconsin, which would make them the largest single private employer in the state. This is their first plant outside Asia and will make LCD panels.
Trump is joined by Foxconn CEO Terry Gou, House Speaker Paul Ryan, and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker.