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Trump, who won the district by 20 percentage points in 2016, is due to make his second stop on Republican candidate Rick Saccone’s behalf Saturday, days after announcing a new steel tariff plan celebrated by industrial unions.
The first indication that something is amiss with that position is that the NLRA was limited to industrial unions when it was enacted in 1935—and for good reason.
Low unemployment gives wage negotiators a chance to press for higher pay deals as many have done so far this year, including IG Metall, Germany’s biggest industrial union.
The United Steelworkers, the country’s largest industrial union, and companies that forge steel and aluminum have united in pushing for import restrictions.
Macron backs Alstom-Siemens merger to take on Chinese giant Trump ignores May’s lobbying as Bombardier slapped with tariff Emmanuel Macron says Europe must form a solid industrial union to compete with the U.S. and China.
Government employee unions still adhere to the Democrats, but the leaders of industrial unions, who now represent only a single-digit percentage of the workforce, are belatedly beginning to have second thoughts.
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