Ford Debunks Donald Trump’s Claim About Shipping Jobs Abroad

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In his opening remarks during last night presidential debate, Republican candidate Donald Trump cited Ford Motor Company as one of the companies shipping U.S. jobs to Mexico.

“So Ford is leaving. You see that their small car division [is] leaving. Thousands of jobs leaving Michigan, leaving Ohio. They’re all leaving. And we can’t allow it to happen anymore,” he said.

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This is not the first time the billionaire has cited the American multinational automaker in his campaign speech.

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However, this time Ford fired back with an infographic tweet, stating it “has more hourly employees and produces more vehicles in the U.S. than any other automaker.”


The United Automobile Workers union, which publicly supports Hillary Clinton, also debunked Trump’s claims.


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