iPhones from Wisconsin? Trump could be confused.

It wouldn't be the first time.

From the Wall Street Journal:

President Donald Trump sat down for an interview Thursday morning with four reporters from The Wall Street Journal: Rebecca Ballhaus, Michael C. Bender, Peter Nicholas and Louise Radnofsky. White House attendees included Communications Director Hope Hicks, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Director of the National Economic Council Gary Cohn...

Mr. Trump: And I’m getting a lot of questions like we want to move to Wisconsin, we wanted — like Wisconsin, I have Foxconn coming to Wisconsin; that’s my deal. You know the head of Foxconn, you know he’s a friend of mine. He’s still only moving there because of me. And the governor has been fantastic.

The governor of Wisconsin has been fantastic in their presentations and everything else. But I’m the one who got them to look at it. Now we need people because they’re going to have thousands of people working it’s going to be a — you know — that’s the company that makes the Apple iPhone.

WSJ: Yeah.

Mr. Trump: Is that — they’re going to build them here, they’re going to build other things here, too.

My take: Made-in-Wisconsin iPhones? That would be a scoop, if it came from a credible source.

See also: What's wrong with Foxconn in Wisconsin

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