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Read more about jobsLive from the Capitol: Senate live broadcast Senate jobsLive stream Senate live stream Senate jobs live stream Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Arizona, said the livestream will help the Senate better understand what job opportunities exist across the country.
“We need to be able to see, and hear about, the challenges that our members face as they get ready to head back into the job market,” he said in a statement.
President Donald Trump said earlier this month he will nominate Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R -Utah, to head the Labor Department.
Chaffetz is a staunch Trump supporter who has argued for cuts to the department.
“If you look at the jobs in the manufacturing sector, we’ve been working overtime to find those jobs, to keep manufacturing up and keep the American worker safe,” Trump said.
“But if we don’t do something about it, that is going to continue to happen.”
Trump also said on Monday that the administration is “getting to work” on a proposal to make it easier for businesses to hire immigrants.