Trump tweets about Harley-Davidson boycott

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In an interview with President Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, on Sunday, CNN's Jake Tapper sought to get to the bottom of what President Trump did or did not say to fired FBI Director James Comey about the investigation of former National Security Adviser Gen. Michael Flynn.

The company plans to invest up to $825 million as part of its "More Roads to Harley-Davidson" strategy, which it said could generate more than $1 billion in annual revenue in 2022 compared to 2017. Great! Most other companies are coming in our direction, including Harley competitors. A really bad move! "US will soon have a level playing field, or better", Mr Trump tweeted.

"I'm riding my last Harley".

Trump pushed Harley-Davidson to keep its production "100% in America", but also criticized the company and warned it would take a "big hit" for the move and cited his base's support for the company. Just yesterday, the POTUS welcomed members of a "Bikers for Trump" group to his New Jersey golf club.

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His anger echoed that of President Trump, whose public denouncement of Harley's decision has put one of the country's most iconic brands in the uncomfortable position of clashing with a president who is immensely popular with most of its customers.

In response, Mr Trump has criticised Harley-Davidson, calling for higher, targeted taxes and threatening to lure foreign producers to the United States to increase competition.

Although Cox is selling products made outside of the United States, he is organizing other motorcyclists to boycott Harley-Davidson for taking their production overseas, according to The Times.

Experts have described Donald Trump's protectionism as futile. Considering Donald Trump is, evidently refusing to back down, that may no longer be an option.

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