President Joe Biden and the White House already face an increasingly tall hurdle in making gains with crucial voting blocs, and it looks like they're bleeding support with what was once a lock.
According to Breitbart, former President Donald Trump, unlike Biden, has shown an interest in Union Auto Workers (UAW) who are currently on strike, partly due to Biden's Electric Vehicle push that could ruin their livelihoods if China takes over the manufacturing chain.
While Biden and White House officials continue to push "Bidenomics" across the country, which is nothing less than a total failure and an insult to working-class Americans, Trump is considering going all-in with striking auto workers.
As Breitbart News is chronicling, the United Auto Workers (UAW) are striking against the Big Three — looking to secure much-needed pay increases while inflation cripples working and middle class households and commitments from automakers, as well as the federal government, that their jobs and wages will not be devastated by Biden’s EV agenda.
According to local media outlets and sources familiar with Trump's scheduled, the former president could soon be in Michigan in a show of solidarity with striking workers.
The sources familiar with Trump's potential plans have said that Trump is keeping those plans close to the vest.
Trump is going to fly to Michigan to be with the striking autoworkers instead of kissing up to the Murdoch’s and globalist donors at the Reagan ranch.
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— Alex Bruesewitz 🇺🇸 (@alexbruesewitz) September 18, 2023
The Detroit News reported:
The sources say the campaign is holding details of the visit close, but expect to see Trump in Michigan in the next few days.
If he does come, it would most likely be to Ford Motor Co.’s assembly plant in Wayne, one of three facilities hit by the United Auto Workers strike late Thursday. The two other impacted plants are a General Motors site in Wentzville, Missouri, and a Stellantis center in Toledo, Ohio.]
Trump, who has gained significantly in popularity with union workers sick and tired of not having the current president's support, has spent the past week sympathizing with their concerns and their cause.
"The auto workers will not have any jobs … because all of these cars are going to be made in China. The electric cars, automatically, are going to be made in China," Trump said recently. "… those jobs are all going to be gone, because all of those electric cars are going to be made in China. That’s what’s happening."
Trump has previously gained widespread, unprecedented support from union voters, scoring the most support as a Republican from union households since the late President Ronald Reagan.
JUST IN: Former President Trump is coming to Michigan next week to meet with striking autoworkers instead of participating in the second Republican presidential debate.
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— The Trump Train 🚂🇺🇸 (@The_Trump_Train) September 19, 2023
Trump is already dominating the GOP primary polls and besting Biden, or tying with him, in hypothetical general election matchups.
It looks like the White House has yet another serious problem on its hands for the 2024 election, to say the least.