An auto shipping truck stuffed with new cars drives right out of the Automobile Lordstown plant, Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018, in Lordstown, Ohio. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

President Trump is looking on Congress to pass through legislation so that you can protect your car industry in the United States.

In many tweets Wednesday, the president suggested adding a tariff on imported cars so as to encourage domestic car production.

He said the miscroscopic truck business in the U.S. is really a favorite for countless years caused by a 25-percent tariff on foreign trucks.

The believe that the truck business during the U.S. is such a spin to favorite is always that, for several years, Tariffs of 25% are wear small trucks moving into our country. Stage system the “chicken tax.” After we did by purchasing cars being released in, more cars can be built here…..

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 28, 2018

The president also said other countries sending their cars towards U.S. are actually gaining from the circumstance for decades.

He explained his administration has great turn on this concern and it is currently studying the situation resulting from General Motor’s recent plans to close some of their plants while in the U.S.

…..and G.M. may not be closing their plants in Ohio, Michigan & Maryland. Get smart Congress. Also, the countries that send us cars took benefit from the U.S. for decades. The President has great power on this condition – Because the G.M. event, it is being studied now!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 28, 2018


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