Trump focuses on auto industry in Metro Detroit rally
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is urging his supporters to show up to the polls on Tuesday for Michigan’s primary elections.
Just hours after the G-O-P debate in Detroit this week, Trump spoke in front of about four-thousand supporters in Warren.
He told them to make it out to the polls on Tuesday.
“No matter what’s happening. No matter what you’re doing. If you get laid off on Tuesday, I still want you voting. I’ll get you a new job, don’t worry about it.” (Cheers)
Trump repeatedly stressed his plan to increase taxes on imported cars and auto parts as a way to bring manufacturing jobs back to the United States.