To win election, Donald Trump positioned himself as a Washington outsider, as a candidate who would never take corporate money, and as a new type of political leader who would “drain the swamp” in Washington, D.C..
On the same week that American workers at Harley Davidson in Wisconsin found out that Trump may cost them their jobs, Scott Walker and the president celebrated giving a foreign company $4.5 billion.
On Sunday we reported that “Trump’s trade war is hitting the agricultural Midwest hard as farmers in eight of the top ten soybean producing states that voted for Trump are going to be looking at bankruptcy as they are already being hurt by Trump’s trade war with China.”
Harley Davidson announced that they are moving some production out of the US and to the EU because of Trump's trade war.
After it was reported that threats of protests got a presidential visit to a Harley Davidson plant in Milwaukee, WI canceled, the Trump administration has announced that the President will be meeting Harley Davidson execs and union leaders at the White House.