Former President Donald Trump gave a speech to the autoworkers of Michigan that was full of his usual energy and charm. He told them that the Democratic Party has not forgotten about them. Trump told the workers at Drake Enterprises, a car parts store that is not a union, that their service to the country is appreciated.
‘You Built This Country’: Trump Praises Autoworkers, Slams Biden’s Electric Vehicle Mandates While Visiting Workers In Michigan
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President Biden only talked to the head of the United Auto Workers union for a short time and spent only 15 minutes on the picket line. Trump, on the other hand, took the time to get to know the workers better. People chanted "we love Trump" and held up signs that said "Trump 2024" as he walked up to the event. Even Trump's most optimistic fans were surprised by how many people showed up. This shows that his message hits home with hardworking Americans.
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“Biden’s electric vehicle mandate isn’t a government regulation. It’s a government ASSASSINATION of your jobs and your industry.”
– Pres. Trump is on fire in Michigan pic.twitter.com/8C9N5CO1yp
— Daniel Baldwin (@baldwin_daniel_) September 28, 2023
President Trump pays tribute to the auto workers:
"You built this country, you love this country, and you are the ones that make our country run." pic.twitter.com/pKOKbyvBPV
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) September 28, 2023
Trump used the chance to attack President Biden's policies on electric vehicles, which have caused a lot of trouble in the auto business. Because of Biden's unrealistic rules, the push for electric cars has caused the "big three" companies to lose a lot of jobs and make less money. Even well-known automaker Ford had to let go of 1,000 full-time workers because the costs of electric cars were going up too fast.
It's clear that Biden's plans for electric cars hurt American workers and make them compete with companies from other countries. The autoworkers were told by Trump that these policies, which look like progress, are really a "hit-job" on Michigan and Detroit. He worried about how long these kinds of actions would last and stressed how important it was to help the American car industry and keep American jobs safe.
President Trump finally took a moment to praise the autoworkers, recognizing their important part in making the US the great country it is today. He told them how much he appreciated and thanked the welders, assembly line workers, machine operators, truck drivers, mechanics, electricians, and journeymen who keep the country running. The crowd got emotional when Trump genuinely thanked these people for their hard work and dedication. They cheered as he recognized their important accomplishments.
It's nice to see a politician who really knows what regular Americans are going through and what they want. Trump's trip to Michigan not only got the autoworkers excited, but it also sent a strong message that the right movement stands behind the people who built this country. As we move forward, let's remember how important it is to back American businesses and jobs instead of giving in to bad policies that hurt our workers.