Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson (R) said Donald Trump’s rise in the polls should be taken seriously because issues he is talking about are things a lot of voters care about. ‘Trump is voicing what a lot of Americans want and it’s not just growth among big companies - it is that person on Main Street who is struggling to make ends meet,’ he said. He also believes a Republican would make the best jobs president. ‘I think there are three or four who have a really good pro-growth agenda. Marco Rubio, who is in that mix, believes in the free enterprise system. You’ve got John Kasich and governors who have actually led states,’ he added. Hutchinson shed light on the 33,000 plus jobs created in his state since taking office in early 2015, along with a new law in Arkansas that requires schools to teach computer science. Hutchinson speaks with TheStreet’s Scott Gamm from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
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