2016 American Election

Ford Fires Back After Trump Accuses Them of Moving To Mexico (Again)

Donald Trump once again dropped the name of automaker Ford in Monday night’s presidential debate, claiming the Michigan based company was planning to close us shop in the U.S. and move its manufacturing to Mexico. He was quickly fact-checked, not by a news outlet like CNN or The New York Times, but by Ford itself.

Ford’s plans have not changed. While they are moving production of the Ford Focus and C-Max small cars to Mexico in 2018, those models will be replaced with new ones for workers in Michigan. Despite Trump’s claims otherwise, there will be no job loss for American Ford employees. At least according to the company itself.

Devon Taylor (@DevonTaylor113)

Devon Taylor (@DevonTaylor113)

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