President-elect Donald Trump tells supporters in Orlando, Florida that he will work to defeat radical Islamic militants and ''bring back'' jobs to the U.S. during a stop on his ''Thank You Tour.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) President-elect Donald Trump on Friday (December 16) repeated his campaign promises to defeat Islamic militants and create more jobs in the U.S. during a rally in Orlando, Florida. Trump visited the city as part of his "Thank You Tour" of states where he scored upset victories in the presidential election. Trump said it was wrong to burn the U.S. flag and added that he was going to try to "do something about it" when he takes office in January. U.S. courts have ruled that flag-burning is a protected form of political speech and cannot be outlawed. Trump also vowed again to "bring back" jobs to the country, and defeat what he called, "radical Islamic terrorism."