Ohio Union Leader Fights Back Against Trump’s Lies About Job Creation

David Green, a leader of the United Auto Workers in Ohio is standing up to President Donald Trump.

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Green stood up to the president during a CNN segment that aired following the closing of an Ohio General Motors plant. During that segment, Green singled out the Republican Party’s 2017 tax law which he claimed encouraged GM to leave the area.

“The GOP tax cut gave corporations like GM an incentive to build products outside the state,” Green claimed.

“I just wanted him to understand that… the regulations on books aren’t really helping working people, it’s not helping companies that actually employ people,” the auto worker added.

Green then pointed out that Trump ran on the promise to bring jobs back to Ohio.

“A lot of people here voted for him… He came here and told folks, ‘Don’t sell your house, those jobs are coming back.’ And we’ve seen job losses.”

Trump blamed the UAW in Ohio for the plant’s closing, tweeting:

The President then attacked the labor union for not more swiftly beginning contract negotiations with GM.

Trump then said he asked GM to close a plant in China or Mexico instead. 

1,400 workers lost their jobs when GM closed down its Lordstown, Ohio manufacturing plant.

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