Transcript for Donald Trump, Mike Pence Embark on 'Thank You Tour'
The latest on the trump transition. The president-elect and Mike pence heading out of trump tower on what they call a thank you tour starting at that carrier plant in Indianapolis which reversed course, decided to keep more than a thousand jobs in the U.S. After jawboning from trump. ABC's Tom llamas at trump tower with all the details. Reporter: That Cincinnati rally about be the first public event for the president-elect since winning the election and we all know how much Mr. Trump loves those big crowds. We just checked. There's still tickets available but there's a report out this morning that team trump has purchased radio ads promoting the event to make sure every seat is filled. But before that event, trump has some business to take care of. Today, president-elect Donald Trump will announce a deal, one he promised on the campaign trail, to show he's already fighting for the American worker. It's not presidential for the president of the United States to call up the head of carrier, hello, this is the president. But I don't care. It's so much fun for me. I love doing it. Please don't take that away. Reporter: In a statement carrier saying they negotiated an agreement with the incoming administration, part of which will result in preserving more than 1,000 jobs. Details of the agreement unclear. But a source telling ABC news a regulatory incentive was a factor. Carrier worker kip Glen, a trump supporter, praising the president-elect. The spirits were high last night. People were actually hand shaking, hugging. He's not even been sworn in yet, is already showing us he is a worker. Reporter: But some of trump's critics want more details before they celebrate the incoming president. Yeah, jobs are good. The question is what exactly is the deal? I mean the first thing you learn when you're talking about deals is let's read all the details. Reporter: Trump also working on filling his cabinet. Now a familiar face is under consideration for secretary of veterans affairs. Thank you so much. Reporter: A pal aide telling ABC news Palin told trump transition officials in recent days, I feel as though the megaphone I have been provided can be used in a productive and positive way to help those desperately in need. And as trump hosts that event at carrier to show he's fighting for the working class, "The Washington post" points out this morning that trump is assembling what could be the wealthiest cabinet in the history of this country. Trump campaigned against wall Street and he also said he was going to drain the swamp yet he's if iing his cabinet with billionaire, millionaires and some Washington insiders.
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