President Trump latest attack on Harley-Davidson over the company's recent announcement it's moving some of its production to Europe would require the invention of a time machine to make sense.
President Trump took another shot at iconic American motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson on Tuesday, saying on Twitter the administration was looking to work with rivals now that Harley announced production shifts in response to USA trade policy. The U.S.is where the Action is! He also noted that sales were down 7 percent in 2017, even though a sales drop past year can not be attributed to Harley-Davidson's announcement last week.
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The European Union imposed the tariffs to retaliate against the Trump administration's duties on steel and aluminum imports.
President Trump says Tuesday on Twitter that Harley-Davidson customers aren't happy with the Milwaukee-based company's announcement.
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The company already produces some of its bikes and parts overseas to avoid tariffs, including in India and Thailand. Trump warned that the company would not be able to sell foreign-made motorcycles in the U.S.
A number of American companies have expressed concerns about Trump's tariffs, and have said that they could impact their business.
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