A video shows Mexican workers praising Donald Trump for creating jobs there, according to the Washington Free Beacon.
Trump's campaign rhetoric against Mexico has included swearing off Oreo cookies because Nabisco invested in a plant in Mexico.
"While he may not like Nabisco sending jobs to Mexico, he does seem to love creating jobs in foreign countries," videographer Ami Horowitz said in the video .
"Maybe it's his weird way of gaining foreign policy experience," Horowitz said. "He makes stuff everywhere. He's the U.N. of manufacturing."
Horowitz added that Mexicans don't appear angry at Trump, despite the times he has denounced them.
"We are so happy that this jerk came here to give us his dollars," one man, speaking in Spanish, told Horowitz in the video.
"It is good that foreigners come here to invest," said another man.
The presidential front-runner's main investment in Mexico is having his Trump-brand suits made there, according to Horowitz.
Foreign investments are"about 80 or 90 percent" of the manufacturing in Mexico, and "Trump has many industries here in Puebla," Biodiesel representative Luiz Sarabia Reynaud said.
"His political position about hating Mexico, stating that all Mexicans are corrupt and criminals," Reynaud said. "I don't know, because he has many investments here in Mexico."
In the video, Horowitz went to a different textile plant to talk to its workers, who said they approved of foreign investors bringing jobs to Mexico.
"I am happy to work for foreign companies," one man said."That way we have jobs."
"They value our work and they pay us better," said a woman in the video.
Trump said he is still committed to building a wall at the Mexican border. In a speech reported by U.S. News and World Report,
Trump said, "Everything I say I'm going to do, folks, I'll do."
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