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The strike by auto workers is entering its 4th day with no signs that a breakthrough is near

  • The United Auto Workers (UAW) is demanding better conditions for their workers, including a 40 percent pay raise over four years, while the companies have offered around 20 percent raises. UAW President Shawn Fain warns that if their needs aren't met, they will escalate their actions.
  • The strike by UAW, which currently involves only 12,700 workers out of 150,000, has sparked debate over President Biden's economic policies and inflation concerns. Republicans have criticized Biden's administration, blaming them for the worst inflation in 40 years, while former President Trump claims that all cars will be made in China, leaving American autoworkers jobless.
  • On the other hand, Senator Bernie Sanders supports the striking autoworkers and emphasizes the importance of a strong labor movement, while Vice President Kamala Harris calls for a new contract that promotes good middle-class jobs and keeps the UAW at the heart of the auto economy.
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