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President Trump on Thursday spoke about the tax reform bill and the economy at H&K Equipment Inc., a provider of material handling equipment based in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania.

During his remarks, Trump singled out Ken Wilson, who started at H&K 14 years ago as a mechanic and worked his way up to a project foreman.

"Because of our tax cuts, Ken will save almost $2,200 in income taxes," Trump said. "So, Ken, you just got a $2,200 raise."

The president invited Wilson on the stage and up to the microphone to say a few words.

"It's not just me. It's everybody as a whole. This company is an incredible company. We work with a bunch of great people," Wilson said. "Thanks, everybody. Obviously, thank you, Mr. Trump."

During his speech, Trump also touted that dozens of companies across America are offering bonuses, pay raises and other benefits to employees following the passing of the tax overhaul.

In recent days, massive companies like Walmart and smaller companies like Tampa-based software developer Spellex Corporation announced plans to share their tax cut savings with employees.

"I wanted to do it because I'm excited about the new tax plan from Trump and the GOP, and I wanted to share the wealth, as they say," Spellex CEO Sheldon Wolf explained on "Fox & Friends" earlier this week.

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