NEW YORK — Outlining what aides called his broad economic vision, Donald Trump claimed Thursday that the economy can create 25 million jobs over the next decade with the help of lower taxes and less government regulation.
The Republican presidential nominee also repeated pledges to revamp trade policy and de-regulate energy production as part of a plan he said would boost growth to 3.5% per year, generating more jobs.
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