On Friday morning, Trump did an all too typical 180 and took to Twitter to do what he does best: Blame other people for his mistakes.
President Stupid had (free? Are we sure?) business advice for the President of GM and demanded they re-open their plants to make "cars that sell."
General Motors' announcement of plant closures and layoffs contradicts Donald Trump's promises that jobs will come back to Ohio and other states impacted by this.
Stephanie Ruhle and Ali Velshi report on General Motors' announcement of layoffs and plant closures, including one very large plant in Ohio.
If a plant is closing in Korea it must be moving to Detroit because Donald is such a great president, right? No, Donald, you made that part up.
"Anybody watching this right now who went to college, or got to put their child through college, anybody who's living in a house, has three square meals a day, that was all because of what happened with that strike in Flint."
Eric Fehrnstrom, Mitt Romney's senior campaign adviser, is denying that Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan suggested that President Barack Obama was to blame for a GM plant that was shut down while President George W. Bush was still in
As I've pointed out, the coverage of Paul Ryan by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has been whitewashed for national consumption, but bloggers and progressive media in Wisconsin are working hard to fill in the blanks, especially about Ryan's
Vice President Joe Biden was out on the campaign trail this week in Ohio, and on the attack over Mitt Romney's record as a so-called "job creator" and a businessman who "knows how to create jobs" and get our economy moving again. Fox's Neil Cavuto
Big corporations are getting a steady infusion of your hard-earned tax dollars... Reuters: Across the country more than 2,700 companies are collecting state income taxes from hundreds of thousands of workers - and are keeping the money
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