Fox News: Trump’s ‘I’m not here to make you happy’ pledge is not going to work

Fox News Channel (FNC) — “I’m a big fan of Donald Trump, I’m not going back to Obama’s policies,” Trump told Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo last month.

Trump was referring to his campaign pledge to keep “jobs” in the United States.

Trump has pledged to stop outsourcing American jobs to foreign countries.

The president-elect was also asked if he would sign a $1 trillion stimulus package to help his business.

“I would be so happy to do that,” Trump said.

“It’s a big, big, huge, huge deal, because we’ve got to be able to keep jobs here.

It’s so important.”

Trump, who previously suggested that he would support a stimulus package if he was elected president, said he would “absolutely” sign the $1 billion package if elected.

The Republican president-election candidate said he could support a $5 trillion stimulus to help the economy, but he wouldn’t sign it because he didn’t want to lose the House and Senate.

“We’re going to do it.

I’m going to get it done.

We’re going,” Trump promised.