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Donald Trump opened his 'Thank You Tour' at Carrier's Indianapolis plant, a company mostly known for its air conditioning services. It was his first major public appearance since winning the election. Trump praised his deal with the company to keep 1,000 jobs at the Indianapolis plant instead of moving the whole plant to Mexico. AP

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