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    Trump would meet with Detroit auto workers instead of attending the second debate

    Instead of attending the second Republican debate taking place next week at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California, Donald Trump plans to meet with a group of auto workers in Detroit.

    Last month the New York millionaire snubbed the Republican National Committee to go to Milwaukee where it was intended that they will exchange concepts and points of view with the rest of the candidates; instead he gave a pre-recorded interview to Tucker Carlsonformer Fox News host, which was broadcast on the internet almost at the same time as the debate with a rating that exceeded 2.8 million total native views, according to Nielsen.

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    Under the argument that his wide advantage in the surveys through which citizen opinion is measured places him as the favorite candidate of the Republicans, The 77-year-old politician, in addition to refusing to debate, also does not accept signing a commitment to support another candidate, in case he is not chosen to compete in the presidential elections. scheduled for next year where the objective is to avoid Biden’s re-election.

    The diaries The New York Times and The Hillanonymously cite sources related to the topic and agree that, Next week, Donald Trump will travel to Detroit, Michigan, to meet with current and former members of the United Auto Workers (UAW).to whom he would address a speech.

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    It should be noted that, Last week, the UAW began a strike against Ford, General Motors and Stellantis, the largest vehicle manufacturers in the United States to whom It demands salary increases in line with the cost of living and a 32-hour work week with 40 hours of pay, among other points.

    Last week, before the strike broke out, the former president of the nation declared in an interview with NBCNews He criticized the performance of union leaders in meeting the demands of the workers whom they represent.

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    I’m all for making our country great…Auto workers are being sold out for their leadershipand its leadership should support Trump,” he emphasized.

    This way, The Republican candidate will try to demonstrate to his party rivals that he has already begun to act in defense of the workers in the middle of the pre-campaign. to get your name on next year’s ballot.

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    Source: La Opinion

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