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President Donald Trump responds to press inquiries when leaving the White House on November 26, 2018 in Washington.
President Donald Trump went on a race against General Motors on Thursday after the carmaker decided to cut 14,000 jobs in the US and Canada.
Trump criticized America's largest automaker in the morning tweet when it said that other companies "fly into the US, including BMW, who just announced a new major plant.
The Detroit automaker announced on Monday that it plans to stop production at five factories in North America, two overseas and the company's most significant restructuring since its bankruptcy in 2009.
GM warned in the summer that the trade war in the Trump administration could force the US job cuts. Trump was upset this week with GM's announcement on Tuesday in the tweeting that he was "very disappointed" with the company and Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra at the free races in Ohio, Michigan and Maryland.
"Nothing in Mexico and China was closed, the US saved General Motors, and that's THANKS," adds Trump. He also threatened Tuesday to reduce all federal subsidies to the company, following on Wednesday with the announcement that the administration was studying all car tariffs imported into the US due to the "GM" event.
Of 14,000 jobs, 2250 workers have already voluntarily redeemed, according to a spokesman for the company. About 5,750 employees and 6,000 hour employees will be released. Half of the hourly workers are in Canada with the other half in the US, where the company will work with union officials to try to move to other races, said spokesman Pat Morrissey.
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