‘No One Asked For This’: Global Automakers Crushed As Trump Decides Cars Are A Threat To National Security

‘No One Asked For This’: Global Automakers Crushed As Trump Decides Cars Are A Threat To National Security

To treat auto imports like a national security threat would be a self-inflicted economic disaster for American consumers, dealers, and dealership employees. That's from Cody Lusk, president of the American International Automobile Dealers Association. As you can see, Cody is not amused with Trump's latest effort to exacerbate global tensions and put the future of international commerce at risk. Trump's 232 probe (and the threat of auto tariffs on national security grounds) is a "just when you
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2 thoughts on “‘No One Asked For This’: Global Automakers Crushed As Trump Decides Cars Are A Threat To National Security

  1. I proffer that if previous U.S. Administrations had competent trade negotiators the current trade imbalances would not need to be addressed. Fortunately, we have a President capable and willing to take on the issue. It appears your unhealthy bias against all things Trump distorts an otherwise superb insight of all things financial and you are nearly without peer as a wordsmith on SA.

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