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  • Boehner calls Trump a 'complete disaster'
    “Everything else he’s done has been a complete disaster. He’s still learning how to be president.” - Former Republican House Speaker John Boehner to Rigzone, on President Trump. It came after Trump chastised NATO leaders then called staunch ally Germany “very, very bad.” On Friday, the Washington Post, New York Times and CNN reported that the Senate Intelligence Committee is seeking all Trump campaign documents related to Russia while Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner reportedly sought back channel communication with the Kremlin, with the Times reporting it was in tandem with Michael Flynn. Boehner resigned as House speaker in 2015 after repeated clashes.
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  • Trump blasts Germans (& American workers) and free trade
    American workers make BMWs in South Carolina, Mercedes in Alabama and Volkswagons in Tennessee (just as Hoosiers make Toyotas, Hondas and Subarus in Princeton, Greensburg and Lafayette). Those are American workers in the photo at the Spartanburg plant in South Carolina. Combined, deliveries by the German companies reached 1.33 million vehicles last year, according to data provided by Wards Automotive Group, while the U.S. is the second-largest export market for German automakers. While in the European china shop, President Trump blasted one of our staunchest allies, Germany. “The Germans are bad, very bad,” Der Spiegel cited Trump as saying to unidentified participants at a closed-door meeting Thursday with European Union officials in Brussels. “Look at the millions of cars that they sell in the U.S. Terrible. We’re going to stop that.” In a Bild newspaper interview in January, Trump singled out luxury-car maker BMW and threatened it with a 35 percent import duty for foreign-built vehicles sold in the country. Bloomberg News reported in the wake of this controversy that German Chancellor Angela Merkel on her visit to the White House defended the importance of free trade and noted that BMW’s biggest plant worldwide is in South Carolina. That factory makes BMW the top exporter of vehicles from the U.S. by value. Next to China, Germany is the biggest source of the U.S. trade deficit that Trump has vowed to narrow. The U.S. had a trade deficit of $68 billion last year with Germany. American free trade proponents, fasten your seatbelts! - Brian A. Howey, publisher
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