The nation’s largest automobile producing States, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Alabama, Tennessee and Missouri, all lined up behind Donald trump this year. Back in 2015 The Donald went to war with Ford, Chrysler, and others for moving their production plants to Mexico. He became the hero of the Rust Belt. Donald is still President-Elect and already creating jobs.
As Written By Matthew Rocco for Fox Business:
Ford (F) became a lightning rod of the 2016 presidential race, as Donald Trump hammered the automaker for expanding its manufacturing operations in Mexico. The president-elect also targeted other automakers and manufacturers for doing the same—part of Trump’s broader criticisms of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
The top car-producing states in the nation ultimately sided with Trump, who swept through the Rust Belt on Election Day.
In Michigan, the epicenter of America’s auto industry, Trump won a state that hadn’t supported a Republican candidate since George H.W. Bush in 1988. The Republican nominee also took Ohio, the second-largest car producer among the 50 states, with relative ease. A similar story played out in Indiana, whose vehicle production is slightly ahead of Kentucky this year.
Overall, the seven states that have manufactured the most cars so far this year all lined up behind Trump: Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Alabama, Tennessee and Missouri.
It was apparent that Trump’s message …..
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