ASHWAUBENON – President Donald Trump wants Gov. Tony Evers to be more “optimistic and hopeful” that Foxconn will bring 13,000 jobs to Wisconsin, his campaign press secretary said Saturday ahead of his rally in the Fox Valley.
Evers and Foxconn are in talks to make changes to a deal between the company and Wisconsin taxpayers that pays Foxconn $3 billion in public subsidies in exchange for a $10 billion manufacturing facility in southeastern Wisconsin and the creation of up to 13,000 jobs.
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