President Trump posts about GM’s Lordstown plant on Twitter, says it needs to reopen

LORDSTOWN, Ohio — President Trump is weighing in on the closure of General Motor’s Lordstown plant.

He took to Twitter on Saturday to say that GM needs to get the plant reopened in a different form or with a new owner and fast.

He said Toyota is investing $13.5 billion in the United States.

Representative Bill Johnson, who represents that district, retweeted the President and said he agrees with him.

He went on to say that GM needs to rethink their plan before they lose highly skilled auto workers.

The plant officially closed earlier this month and has left many in the community devastated.

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