U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton meets with small manufacturing companies in Syracuse, New York and tells them that the 'reshoring' potential is ''enormous in America.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton met with a number of small manufacturing companies in Syracuse, New York on Friday where she tried to dispel any notion that it would not be possible to bring jobs sent overseas back to the mainland. To the contrary, Clinton outlined a plan she said would incentives employers to create jobs in America, and dissuade them from outsource overseas with a tax. "There are a lot of voices in our country who don't think we can bring manufacturing back," Clinton said. "I just disagree." "One of the points in my $10 billion 'Make It In America' agenda for my presidency is basically to penalize companies that want to ship jobs overseas," Clinton explained, adding that one such penalty would be an 'exit tax.'