Trump Visits the United Automobile Workers 24 hours after Biden walks picket line (includes video story)

A notable GOP contender was missing from the presidential candidate debate Wednesday night. Former President Trump visited the United Automobile Workers on Wednesday just a day after President Biden paid them a visit and walked the picket lines, making him the first sitting President to do so. 

“Wall Street didn’t build the country, the middle class built the country, unions built the middle class,” Biden said. “You deserve what you’ve earned and you’ve earned a hell of a lot more than you’re gettin’ paid right now!”

Former President Trump shared his thoughts on Biden’s visit the next day. 

“Yesterday, Joe Biden came to Michigan to pose for photos at the picket line, but it’s his policies that send Michigan auto workers to the unemployment line,” Trump said.

While the UAW has been known to lean towards endorsing the Democratic party, they haven’t officially announced an endorsement of either candidate.

“I side with the Auto workers of America and with those who want to make America great again,” Trump remarked. “And I always will.”

Hawah Ezell is a senior digital broadcasting student with a concentration in criminal justice. She is passionate about social justice and human rights. She plans on pursuing a career in multi-media journalism where she intends to give a voice to the voiceless.