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Trump heads to Michigan to compete with Biden for union votes while his GOP challengers debate

  • Former President Donald Trump is visiting Michigan to win over blue-collar voters during an autoworkers' strike, trying to drive a wedge between Biden and union workers. Trump has clashed with union leadership and released a statement criticizing Biden's Electric Vehicle mandate, while Biden spoke to striking General Motors workers and expressed support for them.
  • Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson will also be in Detroit to highlight Trump's false promises to blue-collar and union workers. The UAW denies any connection between Trump's visit and the strikes by auto workers, stating that their focus is on fighting against inequality and favoring workers over billionaires.
  • The autoworkers' strike has become a battleground for politicians aiming to secure the support of blue-collar voters in Michigan. Trump and Biden have taken different approaches, with Trump attempting to capitalize on the strike and divide union members from their leaders, while Biden has expressed solidarity with the striking workers and criticized Trump's stance on the auto industry.
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