INDIANAPOLIS -- The backlash on Carrier's decision to move 1,400 jobs from Indiana to Mexico continues.
Donald Trump weighed in soon after the announcement, saying this kind of thing wouldn't happen if he is elected president, but he added to his comments Monday at a rally in South Carolina by suggesting Carrier's products be taxed after they move and try and sell them in the United States.
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