Wisconsin Democratic Party Chairwoman Martha Laning says President Donald Trump coming to the state to talk about the importance of manufacturing jobs is one thing, but fulfilling his campaign promises is another.
Trump plans to talk about the economy and the value of American jobs during a stop Tuesday at tool manufacturer Snap-on Inc. in Kenosha.
Laning said Monday that Trump is "full of empty promises" on job creation. She says, "We are going to hold him accountable to the promises he made."
Laning says the Republican agenda under Gov. Scott Walker in Wisconsin has hurt the economy and she worries that Trump will do no better.
Wisconsin's unemployment is at a 17-year low, but neighboring states have been adding jobs at a higher rate.
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