Trump Heads To Ohio To Laud Military Plant Amid GM Closure

20.03.19 – 100:53
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Published on 20 Mar 2019, 12:44
President Donald Trump on Wednesday will visit a thriving military factory in politically vital Ohio, a symbol of his success at enlarging the U.S. defense budget.

Trump hopes to attention away from his inability to bring back jobs to a failing car plant elsewhere in the state.

The two factories — in Lordstown and Lima — offer a contrasting picture of American manufacturing and Trump's policies.

General Motors plans to close its Lordstown plant, citing slow sales of the car that's built there.

The Joint Systems Manufacturing Center in Lima is owned by the government and operated by a unit of General Dynamics Corp.

The plant builds Abrams tanks and Stryker combat vehicles and is set to grow from 400 employees before Trump's presidency to 1,000 by year's ahead.

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