President Donald Trump measured both General Motors and an Ohio Union Officer on Sunday over a collection facility that the automaker closed earlier this month.
Trump wrote that GM" let the land our down "by closing the plant, where it made Chevy Cruze. e have pushed the company and its CEO Mary Barra to start production at Lordstown.
" I want action at Lordstown quickly. Stop complaining and get the job done! "He wrote on Sunday.
On Saturday, the president discussed that GM must" open "the facility," perhaps in a different form or with a new owner, FAST! "
Green has written two letters to Trump and asked him to save the facility and his job.The local TV stations WKBN reported in February. In a February letter attended by the news release, Green Green asked noted that the president had not responded to a first letter he sent in July 2018. "Although this may not seem so important to you, it will have a devastating impact on many families, businesses and communities, especially here in the Mahoning Valley. , somewhere I call home, "the union president explained.
Neither Green nor GM responded immediately to CNBC's request to comment on Trump's tweet.
Trump won the White House in part on promises to increase production jobs and US car production. has decided to negotiate various free trade agreements, partly to encourage car manufacturers to produce at US plants.
While Trump previously criticized GM, Sunday being the first time he targeted Green, a local union director, by name.
GM has faced significant pressure from Washington to keep the facility going. Both US Senators from Ohio – Democrat Sherrod Brown and Republican Rob Portman – have pushed the company to maintain jobs at the factory.
Brown has tried to implement legislation aimed at making production in the United States more attractive to car manufacturers.
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