President Donald Trump visits Michigan Ford plant | USA TODAY

President Donald Trump visits Michigan Ford plant | USA TODAY 1

 

President Donald Trump will visit Michigan on Thursday, the home turf of Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a frequent target of his attacks, as he looks to tout his response to the coronavirus pandemic in a pivotal battleground state.

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Whitmer, who has emerged as one of Trump's most prominent foils in his bid to pressure states to reopen for business, has sparred with the president throughout the pandemic over the administration's handling of the crisis and protests in Michigan against stay-at-home restrictions.

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34 Comments on "President Donald Trump visits Michigan Ford plant | USA TODAY"

  1. dato salukvadze | May 21, 2020 at 5:34 PM | Reply

    VIVA…..TRUMP, VIVA……👏👏👏👏

  2. Kevin Trust | May 21, 2020 at 5:50 PM | Reply

    Built Trump tough.

  3. Mike Pelligrino | May 21, 2020 at 5:57 PM | Reply

    Democracy 1776-2016

  4. Mark Everhart | May 21, 2020 at 6:06 PM | Reply

    Jackass Trump won’t wear a mask putting others at risk. He truly does not care.

  5. platinumblondie | May 21, 2020 at 6:12 PM | Reply

    ☹️

  6. Chris Young | May 21, 2020 at 6:33 PM | Reply

    Another _ithy empty photo op.of the fake and weakest link. The country is open. Go campaigning or something. The country is mostly open enough. What is he waiting for? What he got lose? He should go as he is he has enough hydroxycholoquine in his system. He’ll be fine. Go man go!

  7. Stanley A Durant | May 21, 2020 at 6:44 PM | Reply

    It’s funny. If Trump and his administration really want to help the American people. So why is that Jared and the rich just received another tax relief. 160 billion dollars. While hard working Americans receive bread crumbs. And they say 1200 dollars should last for awhile and help with all family needs. By the way. Trump owes a lot of money to the bank of China. It that why he changed his residence from New York to Florida?

  8. Andre Suston | May 21, 2020 at 6:45 PM | Reply

    He said he and all his people have been tested, nothing to worry about. That test is ONLY as good as the last time you tested. What about the time between the last test and now?

  9. Truth Betold65 | May 21, 2020 at 6:46 PM | Reply

    He doesn’t want to wear a mask because he might mess his hair up, especially if he ties it in the back of his head. Go figure.

  10. Jason Tempel | May 21, 2020 at 6:48 PM | Reply

    I have, & do not consent, to giving-up my Right, to Self Determination!

  11. America’s dumbest criminals great show

  12. kenneth blair | May 21, 2020 at 7:23 PM | Reply

    A good bill in Congress, the President, and Uncle Sam is an Amendment to the Constitution outlawing homeowner property tax and the land that it’s on. Municipalitys already collect business property tax, permits, and also get revenue from state and federal. Part of the Amendment would state: ” If necessary, the municipality may levy a retail sales tax in their district up to, but no more than 2 cents on the dollar, and is prohibited from transferring or re- allocating previous taxes to another entity”. Another good bill in Congress is to mandate U.S. Banks to pay all their depositers at least 90% of all interest paid, since it was the depositers money to begin with that got loaned out. Also the Federal Reserve and Uncle Sam would increase all depositers bank accounts according to the inflation rate put out by the U.S. Department of Labor every quarter and year. Government and military personnel would not get the increase because the inflation rate is already accounted for on their paycheck. Another bill would be for Uncle Sam to award the employer, employee, self employed, government employees and military personnel $55,000 in a lump sum after 60 months on the job full time, or a combination of part time and full time equaling the same, regardless of number of employers. Foreigners here on work visas would receive $20,000 in a lump sum upon 60 months of full time work, regardless of number of employers. Upon 120 months of full time work, regardless of the amount of employers worked for, the citizen or perminant resident will receive anywhere between $250,000 and $2million in a lump sum for their business start-up or already existing business. The amount allotted would depend on the size and scope of the prospective business, and the citizens education and work experience. The citizen must spend at least 70% of funds allotted on their business or business related items. The printing and issuance of money is validated by any legitimate labor and production. Taxpayers money is only used for specific items, such as purchase of the finished product, pensions and welfare.

  13. Rick Plumridge | May 21, 2020 at 7:39 PM | Reply

    We get calls from foe….What?

  14. Rick Plumridge | May 21, 2020 at 7:40 PM | Reply

    HAHAHAHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHA HAHAHAHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  15. Worst ever

  16. Not up to the Task….No Mask ….. 😱

  17. SuperUbermensch | May 21, 2020 at 8:00 PM | Reply

    It would serve him right if he got sick and died

  18. Diana M Cook | May 21, 2020 at 8:20 PM | Reply

    I used to have a 1984 bronco and I loved that truck.

  19. A few notes regarding Trump’s appearance at the Ford plant in Michigan on May 21, 2020:

    1) Thank you Ford and Ford team members for everything that you are doing!  I really appreciate how all of the Ford team members wore masks. Great way to lead by example!

    2) He was never awarded ‘man of the year’ in Michigan as he alludes to in this video.  The award doesn’t exist. 

    3) The Ford Company has lost 12,000 jobs since Trump took office.  In the video, Trump is touting the 2,000 jobs being brought to Ford.  That’s still a 10,000 net job loss.

    4) “Built Trump Tough”. Seriously!  Why did he need to say that?

    5) Trump claims that we are the best at testing.  We are number 10 in the world when you look at it per capita. Spain is 65,000 per million people and the United States is 38,000 per million people.  Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Russia, Belarus, Qatar, Italy, UK, and Switzerland are all doing better than us in testing.

    6) He claims he is the “Most American Person”.  Who says that?  Does anyone on here really think they are less American than any other American?  

    7) Trump talks about foreign investment from Japan.  Overall, foreign investment in our country is way down since 2016 because of our trade controversies. This is a big deal. Foreign investment is important to our economy.  Donald, where are these new trade deals that you’ve been talking about for years?  In business, you create a new solution before destroying a current one.  

    8) Trump takes credit for extending the ‘Chicken Tax’ which has been around since 1964 and had been extended many times.  Now that is grasping at straws.

    9) Trump claimed that the Mexico border is the strongest that it has ever been. Trump has seen a higher level of migrant apprehensions during his time in office than many years of the previous administration.

    10) Trump continues to say that our fourth quarter will be a good quarter. I am hopeful of this but he never provides us with any data that supports his claim. This is a campaign strategy…  by the time 4th quarter results come in, the election is done. Many well-respected economists disagree with his theory.  Don’t fall for this folks.  No economy recovers that quickly from something like this. It’s just not reality. 

    11) this is a quote from his speech. What kind of jibber-jabber is this?… “within the next year we are going to be exceeding any expectation and I’ve had a good gut feeling about a lot of things including running for president”

    12)  More jibber-jabber… “Bill was showing me some of those cars I want to buy one then I heard the price and I said forget it.”

    And this was one of his better speeches.

  20. Timothy Myers | May 21, 2020 at 9:58 PM | Reply

    Me, me, me, me, look at me, see me, I’m great, built Trump tough? Didn’t think the female could do the BIG job? Never vote for you again.

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