WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump warned Harley-Davidson on Wednesday “we won’t forget” about the company’s decision to shift some motorcycle production overseas, and suggested that your Wisconsin-based company will lose to its competitors.
His comments extended his feud with Harley-Davidson towards a third day, tweeting the fact that motorcycle manufacturer, which already has some production in foreign markets, “should stay Totally in America.” He added: “I’ve complied much on your behalf, then this.”
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