Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump tells supporters in New York that if elected president, Apple computers would be built in the U.S. ''100%'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump appealed to voters in Bethpage, New York on Wednesday, just one day after losing to rival Ted Cruz in Wisconsin's nominating contest. Trump, who often talks about restoring jobs back to U.S. soil, said computers manufactured by technology company Apple would be made in the United States if he were elected president. "We're going to have Apple computer, and we're going to have companies like that, many many companies, they're going to start making making their product not in China, but in the USA folks. That's where they're going to make their product, folks. 100%" Trump said. During his campaign speech, Trump referred only obliquely to his Wisconsin loss, saying it "takes guts" to run for president and criticizing Cruz for drawing small crowds in New York.