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Trump Says He's Working With Harley Competitors

Trump Says He's Working With Harley Competitors
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By    |   Tuesday, 03 July 2018 10:39 AM

President Donald Trump threw a jab at Harley-Davidson on Tuesday over the motorcycle manufacturer's decision to move some of its operations overseas.

Trump had this to say about the Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based company in a tweet:

It's unclear which other motorcycle manufacturers Trump was referring to.

Last month, Harley-Davidson announced that it would shift some of its operations to other countries because of the tariffs placed on some U.S.-made goods by the European Union. That move came in response to tariffs the Trump administration has placed on steel and aluminum imports as the White House tries to even the global trading playing field.

Trump urged Harley to rethink its decision, but the company is committed to the money-saving tactic.

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President Donald Trump threw a jab at Harley-Davidson on Tuesday over the motorcycle manufacturer's decision to move some of its operations overseas.
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