Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) said that the automakers want to help, but are getting no direct communication and management from Trump on producing medical equipment.
Trump’s recent rants against General Motors and the United Auto Workers for the closing of the Lordstown, Ohio plant where the Chevy Cruze was assembled reveal that Trump indeed has his own version of capitalism, one rooted in an understanding of economics that has little to no resemblance to capitalism.
When running for president, Donald Trump vowed that no American auto plants would close.
“If I’m elected, you won’t lose one plant. You’ll have plants coming into this country,” he said at a campaign rally in Michigan in October of 2016. “You’re going to have jobs again, you won’t lose one plant. I promise you. I promise you.”
If the Republicans fell all over themselves in 2012 to sound stupid, the Democrats were happy to help them along, as this list demonstrates
The American people, Vice President Biden said, want a President they can trust, and they know Romney doesn't pass that test.
Mitt Romney has been smearing people his entire campaign, but when he took down GM and Chrysler, the press woke up with a vengeance.
Steve Rattner, former US Treasury Auto Adviser, said that if Mitt Romney had his way General Motors and Chrysler would have died.
Obama for America's new ad, 'Made in Ohio,' features Ohioans who know just how important President Obama's rescue of the auto industry was for them.
Proving he can't speak without lying, Paul Ryan defended his previous lies about the Janesville GM plant closure being Obama's fault by lying some more on NBC's Today.