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Mexico / Donald Trump / Mike Jackson / Ford Motor Company #1175157

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 06, 2016
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Moving American jobs overseas is a big campaign debate. Donald Trump is blowing the horn on Ford for its plans in Mexico. We wondered if he has a point. We asked Dean Reynolds to find out. Ford says its decision will create eight hundred new jobs by 2020. New jobs in Mexico, a move that was immediately denounced by Donald Trump as an absolute disgrace and by the United Auto Workers as very troubling. Starting this summer, production of smaller Fords will move from here at the Wayne, Michigan pla...
Reporter(s):
Dean Reynolds
Duration:
00:02:11

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