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During a campaign rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Monday, Donald Trump said that one of his biggest priorities after he becomes president will be to bring jobs back to America.

"The long loss of jobs leaving Michigan will be come to an end," Trump told the crowd to cheers and applause.

The Republican nominee said that the "political class" in Washington, D.C., has betrayed the American people, shipping jobs and wealth overseas.

"I will end the theft of American prosperity, believe me," Trump promised. "I will fight for every last Michigan job. You're going to have plenty of jobs, get ready. Because when we win, it's going to be America first."

"So you have to make sure you get in your absentee ballots and get out to the polls on November 8."

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