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President-elect Donald Trump fired back at the union boss who represents workers at the Indianapolis Carrier factory in a tweet on Wednesday night.

“Chuck Jones, who is President of United Steelworkers 1999, has done a terrible job representing workers. No wonder companies flee country!” Trump wrote.

Jones told CNN earlier that Trump only “half-way delivered” on his promise to keep a Carrier plant from moving jobs to Mexico.

Trump visited the plant earlier this week to celebrate the deal.

“Trump said no companies would be allowed to go to Mexico. There are more than 300 people over there at Rexnord. He needs to deliver for them as well,” Jones said about another company in Indianapolis that plans to move jobs out of the country.

The union boss also accused Trump of “lying his ass off” about saving 1,100 jobs. Carrier will keep 800 jobs in the U.S., but will still shift 600 jobs to Mexico sometime next year. Trump seemingly added to his number the 300 administrative and engineering jobs at a different Indianapolis factory that were never in jeopardy of being outsourced.

“It’s a damn shame when you come in and make a false statement like that,” he said.

Still, Jones said he’s still grateful for what Trump did.

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