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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — President-elect Donald Trump toured the Indiana factory where he says he saved hundreds of jobs from moving to Mexico.
Trump, joined by his running mate Mike Pence, walked through a portion of the Carrier plant in Indianapolis.
He waved at some cheering workers, spoke with Carrier executives and inspected an assembly line.
Trump made saving the plant a central promise of his campaign.
A deal was reached this week to keep 800 jobs at the Indiana plant. But hundreds more are still set to lose their jobs.
A Carrier spokesman said earlier Thursday that the company received $7 million in tax incentives from Indiana to keep the factory running.