I mean, talk about what he does since being elected as opposed to endlessly rehashing the election and why he won or why Clinton lost or what the Democrats need to do if they want to win next time. I'll kick it off with the topic of the 1000 jobs Trump has convinced Carrier to leave in Indiana rather than move to Mexico. First, I think it is great that Trump has spent so much time making this happen especially given he is trying to put his cabinet together at the same time. I hope it is a signal that he realizes the importance of keeping his campaign promise to preserve existing and create new jobs for working class Americans. But, while 1000 of the Carrier jobs will be staying in the US another 1100 (is that right?) are still going to Mexico. Carriers parent company is a defense contractor with significant revenues coming from government contracts. I wonder, especially given that not all of the Carrier jobs are staying in the US, if the 1000 staying are just a symbolic gesture by Carrier to give Trump something to tweet about rather than Trump convincing them that under his administration the business environment will change so that they don't want to move. The deal supposedly includes Trump agreeing to tone down his call for heavy import tariffs on goods from US companies that have moved from the US.