Listen: General Motors, President Trump, Ohio discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise
"Job growth at a factory in Lima. Ohio. President Trump is calling out General Motors over its plans to lay off thousands of workers from meeting with workers, assembling tanks at the factory. Talked about jobs taking a swipe at General Motors decision to close a manufacturing plant in Lordstown, Ohio. What's going on with General Motors? Get that plan to open or sell it to somebody and they'll open it. Everybody wants it sell it to somebody or opening it yourself get it going now, and the UAW will help you the president says GM shouldn't wait until the fall to begin discussions on what to do with the shuttered plant. They should be tomorrow. Ryan burrow, ABC news before he left for Ohio. President Trump was asked if he thinks special counsel Robert Mueller's report on the Russia investigation should be released publicly. Let it come out. Let people see it that's up to the attorney general. We have a very good attorney general is a very highly respected. And we'll see what happens. There's no time line for the report's release in an address to her country. Prime Minister Theresa may says it's a matter of great personal regret that the UK won't leave the European Union with the deal next Friday. She says it's now up to parliament back here. Stocks ended the day mostly lower even though the Federal Reserve. Sided not to raise interest rates. The Fed's decision for no interest rate hike this year for twenty nineteen is a big change from a forecast just three months ago when it expected it would raise rates at least twice this year. Fisher Jerome Powell says the reason the US economy is in a good place. The Federal Reserve pointing to continued good economic growth and lower oil prices to justify keeping interest rates the same. But warning that growth in all areas could be slower this year. Andy Field ABC news, Washington. Boeing stock dropped in after hours trading because the Seattle times is reporting. The FBI is joining a criminal investigation into the certification of the seven thirty-seven max series in the wake of those two deadly crashes. The Dow lost one hundred forty two points. You're listening to ABC."