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Wednesday on The Kelly File, two employees at Carrier Air Conditioners' plant in Indiana reacted to the news that negotiations between the company and President-elect Donald Trump resulted in their jobs staying in the United States.

Seventeen-year employee Paul Roell said he was "shocked" by the news, and TJ Bray, a 14-year employee, said that, though he was not originally a fervent Trump supporter, that he would "gladly throw some support to him" for his efforts.

Roell said he was concerned about finding another job that paid as well as Carrier, if the company had followed-through and moved to Monterrey, NL, Mexico.

"A pay cut could mean I would have to sell my home," he said.

Trump is scheduled to kick off his post-election "thank you" tour in Indianapolis on Thursday.

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