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Illinois manufacturing CEO reviews visit with President Trump on CNBC



WASHINGTON DC – Based in Woodstock Illinois, Matrix 4, Inc. is a plastics mold injection plant whose CEO Patricia Miller met with President Donald Trump last week at the White House.

Miller was interviewed by CNBC after her visit with the president, where the National Association of Manufacturers announced that their 14,000 members nationwide were the most optimistic they have been in 20 years about the industry. Nearly 93 percent of those responding to NAM's recent survey said indications are that the industry is picking up – a near doubling of optimism from the last survey just before the November 2016 election. 


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  1. Well this is all great – but do these people verify, that they check all of their employees through E-verify, to ensure that they are not illegal aliens? NAM – along with the Chamber of Commerce – have been the biggest backers of foreign illegal alien cheap labor – thereby screwing American workers.
    These are bad people, in general, and have no business being supported by the conservative movement!