LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Republican frontrunner Donald Trump says if he's elected president, Indianapolis will keep the 1,400 jobs being lost by Carrier's move.
The presidential candidate told supporters at a rally in Louisville Tuesday that the company's bosses won't move to Mexico if he's elected.
Trump says the other option Carrier will face is a 35 percent tax on products it plans to produce in Monterrey, Mexico.
Trump's statements come on the same day he won the majority of GOP Super Tuesday primaries. His closest rival within his party, Ted Cruz, took home two states.
FULL COVERAGE |Moving to Mexico: What you need to know about Monterrey, Mexico Moving to Mexico: On the ground in Monterrey, Mexico, where Carrier is moving Trump weights in on Carrier relocation to Mexico Carrier: Company did not receive $5M in federal stimulus funds President of United Steelworkers Union: No hope of saving 1,400 jobs Carrier employees, local businesses reel after announcement of move to Mexico WATCH: Employees react to news that Carrier is moving from Indy to Mexico Pence to review Carrier's plans to move to Mexico TRUMP: Carrier should be taxed for their goods after move to Mexico Hogsett, Donnelly meet with Carrier workers City, state stepping in to help Carrier employees Indiana leaders ask Carrier for a meeting to try to keep the plant, jobs in the state
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