Sprint CEO, Marcelo Claure, Corrects The Record, Says 5000 New Jobs Returning To United States Are Not Part Of Previous Announcements

The Mainstream media, pundits, and others who despise a Trump Presidency have sought to undermine the legitimacy of the Presidential election.

8,000 U.S. jobs? Trump takes credit for Sprint, start-up decisions – USA Today:

SAN FRANCISCO — President-elect Donald Trumpon Wednesday claimed telecommunications giant Sprint is moving 5,000 offshore jobs back to the United States and OneWeb, a satellite Internet start-up, is adding 3,000 more jobs in the U.S.

The devil is in the detail, however: It is unclear where the 8,000 jobs will be based and if they are part of SoftBank’s vow earlier this month to create 50,000 jobs. In a tweet Thursday, Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure said the 5,000 jobs are new.

Trump Takes Credit for Sprint Plan to Add 5,000 Jobs in U.S. – NYT:

A Sprint spokeswoman, Adrienne Norton, said that the 5,000 jobs are part of the 50,000 increase Mr. Son promised, but that the new positions would be financed by the mobile phone carrier. “It will be a combination of newly created jobs and bringing some existing jobs back to the U.S.,” she said.

Sprint CEO, Marcelo Claure, took to Twitter to set the people straight.

A Senior Editor from Engadget.com, Richard Lawler, was upset about the good news. He blamed Sprint’s PR people for pushing out information that was not correct.

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