The president told the executives of General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler on Tuesday that he was going to make it easier for them to invest in the country.
"We're bringing manufacturing back to the United States, big league," Trump said. "We're reducing taxes very substantially and we're reducing unnecessary regulations."
The president assured the executives that his administration will be among the most business-friendly in the world.
But Trump also has been threatening companies that move U.S. jobs and factories to other countries. During the transition, President-elect Trump began singling out companies — including Carrier, Ford and GM — that were planning investments in Mexico that involved moving American jobs.
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