Donald Trump spelled out his economic proposals in New York, which he says will cut government requirements and grow jobs.
FOX's Gurnal Scott has the story:
Donald Trump told the Economic Club of New York that his administration would seek to stimulate employment for Americans by scaling back government influence:
(Trump) "Lower our taxes, remove destructive regulations and we have to do that."
And that same scaling back would affect FDA food safety checks and environmental rules, among what he says are unnecessary government overreach:
(Trump) "Overregulation costs our economy $2 trillion a year."
Trump says he'll push to stop such regulations and put that money back into rebuilding communities and the military.
Gurnal Scott, FOX News.