Another Donald Trump bombshell dropped last week—and it's not pretty. Trump talks a big game on creating good manufacturing jobs in the United States, but his business practices say otherwise. A new study by Newsweek shows Trump purchased steel from Chinese manufacturers in at least two of his three recent construction projects, passing up steel manufacturers in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin. Steel Workers president Leo Gerard said his union was “furious over (Trump’s) efforts to undercut key American manufacturing jobs" and called the report “a shocking exposé” revealing how Trump used “shell companies and corporate black holes to try and hide his greed even as he was planning to run for president.” Read more.
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