Trump prods General Motors over its auto plants in China

Engines assembled as they make their way through the assembly line at the General Motors (GM) manufacturing plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee, U.S. [Reuters Photo]

", which was once the Giant of Detroit, is now one of the smallest auto manufacturers there. They moved major to , BEFORE I CAME INTO OFFICE. This was done despite the saving help given them by the USA. Now they should start moving back to America again?" U.S. President said in a post shared on his official social media page.

U.S. President Donald Trump, who is engaged in a trade war with Beijing, said on Friday that American automaker General Motors had opened major in China before he took office and should begin moving its operations back to the United States.

"General Motors, which was once the Giant of Detroit, is now one of the smallest auto manufacturers there. They moved major plants to , BEFORE I CAME INTO OFFICE. This was done despite the saving help given them by the USA. Now they should start moving back to America again?" Trump said in a post on Twitter.

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