Des Moines Iowa

Des Moines Iowa
Des Moines Iowa



Published on Dec 8, 2016
Thousands of people attended President-elect Donald Trump’s “Thank You” rally in Des Moines, Iowa on Thursday night, where the soon-to-be 45th President of the United States introduced his administration’s ambassador to China, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad. “The nation of China is responsible for almost half of America’s trade deficit,” Trump slammed. “They haven’t played by the rules and I know it’s time they’re going to start.” He stressed that Branstad and his wife are “looking to work on that relationship.” Branstad has had six trade missions to China. He’s a native of Iowa and has served as the state’s governor for 23 years, making him the longest serving governor in the history of the United States. “He’s also become a great friend of mine,” Trump added before inviting Branstad on stage with him. “It has been a great honor and privilege to serve the people of this state,” Branstad briefly told the large crowd. “I am very proud to serve America in this very important role.”

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