On Tuesday, President Donald Trump took his recent shrink on Twitter, for he says is unfair treatment when he promised to "reciprocate" against the European Union in the wake of the Harley-Davidson report on a first-quarter surplus.
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Trump used Twitter, where he has nearly 60 million supporters, attacking the company and saying "they don't treat me well as a republican."
The president has often criticized the social media platform for it He calls prejudices against conservatives. Earlier this month is Twitter
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director of public order in the United States told Congress that the secrecy policy is "antithetical to our commitment to free expression". Trump still urged lawmakers to be involved in company oversight and said, "Must be more and more fair, companies get out of the word!"
Women's stock rose on Tuesday after the company reported Q1 results. Twitter peaked expectations for user growth with a wide margin.
reported a fall of almost 27% in the first quarter, Trump comments from Fox Business Network on EU tariffs, forcing the motorcycle manufacturer to move US jobs abroad.
"So unfair to the US, we will reciprocate!" Trump wrote in a tweet. It was a change of Trump on the iconic American brand that he had called for a boycott last year. In June 2018, Harley executives said they were planning to switch motorcycle production sold in European markets to overseas factories. They said the move was in response to retaliatory arrests the EU struck at Harleys after Trump imposed imports of steel and aluminum from Europe.
The threat of retaliation comes in the midst of wider trade with the EU, where Trump has threatened tariffs for European cars. The Trump administration also wants to set rates of USD 11.2 billion. Of EU goods to compensate for what is stated, unfair European subsidies for aircraft manufacturer Airbus
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Trump had no open press events scheduled on Tuesday. He fired other tweets criticizing a favorite target, the regular media, including "Morning Joe" co-host Joe Scarborough, whose show was simultaneously moving live on MSNBC. "Hello Donald, how are you? We love you to see us," Scarborough said. The president was also scheduled to take part in an astonishment for the media secretary David Bernhardt.
The White House announced that Trump and first lady Melania Trump would visit U.K. June 3-5 and France on June 6 for meetings with the leaders of these countries and mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
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