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3/15 Travel pool #7
Adrian Carrasquillo • BuzzFeed
March 15, 2017: 02:47 PM

POTUS Trump remarks are open press but here are some quotes:

"There is no more beautiful sight than an American made car," Trump said.

Trump said he loves Michigan for helping him win the election. "We love you!" someone in the crowd yelled.

"I'm going to fight to keep vehicle production in the United States, Trump said.

"We're going to have a very big announcement next week having to do with your industry," he said.

Trump said there will be "consequences" for companies that "desert us."

The assault on the American industry is over," he said. "Not gonna happen anymore."

During my first week in office I brought automobile industry leaders to the White House, Trump said. No president had brought them to the Oval Office before, but he did.

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