- The United Auto Workers’ nearly 50,000 GM members are on strike.
- President Trump was a wildcard in the walkout decision. He’s jawboned GM’s leadership before, focusing on factory closings.
- But GM has offered to bring a new vehicle and battery production to two of the plants it idled, one in Michigan and one in Ohio.
- In a terse tweet, Trump said GM and the UAW should cut a deal.
- The bottom line is that GM’s offer to the UAW looks good for Trump.
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