During a ceremony at the White House in July 2017, a beaming President Donald Trump announced Foxconn was coming to Wisconsin.
The world's largest contract manufacture of consumer electronics wanted to be in America, Trump said.
"Investing many, many billions of dollars, right here in America, creating thousands of jobs," Trump said. "And I mean, American jobs, that's what we want."
To land the company, Wisconsin's then-governor, Republican Scott Walker, signed one of the largest tax incentive deals ever made between a state and private company.