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That's rich. Got a good belly laugh out of it.
Actually, AMD spun out their fabs to create Global Foundries. Intel and GF may make wafers in their fabs in the US, but all the dicing, packaging, and final test happens in places like the Philippines and Malaysia.
However, just making the silicon isn't really a good guide as to whether the US can manufacture smartphones. You will note from the list of fabs that virtually all the memory (DRAM, and flash) is made in China, Korea, or Taiwan, and virtually all that remains in the US is high dollar/high value logic chips, there isn't that much infrastructure to source components here. Even the manufacture of the pick-and-place machines is all in Asia now. We would have to import the equipment to stuff the circuit boards even. At best, they might be able to do final assembly in the US.
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