Remarks and an Exchange With Reporters Prior to Departure for Greenville, North Carolina
The President. [Inaudible] So we're going to North Carolina. We have a tremendous crowd of people. They're great people, and we love them. And we're going to be there in a little while.
And then, we're going to Florida. We're going to Miami, and I think we're staying overnight in Miami.
And we're doing very well. The polls are looking actually great. We're doing very well, and we're going to have a big victory. And I look forward to it.
And some of you are traveling with us, I guess, and some of you aren't.
World Trade Organization
Q. Mr. President, the WTO—the WTO has given the EU——
The President. I can't hear you.
Q. Mr. President, the WTO says that they're going to give the EU a green light to put in tariffs. Will you strike back?
The President. Say it again.
Q. In the Boeing case. The Boeing case.
The President. Yes, we won a $7½ billion case, and that was in—that was a great case to win, as you know. And we'll see what happens. If they strike back, then we'll strike much harder than they'll strike. They don't want to do anything, I can tell you that.
Q. Are—[inaudible]—part two?
The President. But we won—we won a big case, $7½ billion.
NOTE: The President spoke at 12:13 p.m. on the South Lawn at the White House prior to boarding Marine One.
Donald J. Trump, Remarks and an Exchange With Reporters Prior to Departure for Greenville, North Carolina Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/345474