President Trump Makes Remarks at the American Center for Mobility, March 15, 2017

WXYZ, DETROIT

President Donald Trump will be arriving in Michigan later today, expected to make remarks at the American Center for Mobility near Ypsilanti.

In addition to Tuesday night’s tax talk, we know the President will be speaking about the automotive industry.

At the Willow Run Airport, there’s a lot of work being done on safety technology, but what most expect the president to speak about specifically is a new review of federal auto fuel economy and emissions rules.

For weeks now, the big automakers have been trying to get a review on current rules and regulations.

A review would open the door to lower fuel economy requirements, automakers argue cheap gas makes it hard to sell fuel-efficient vehicles.

Top automaker executives are expected to be in attendance today.

President Trump is expected to speak at 2:20 p.m.

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3 Responses to President Trump Makes Remarks at the American Center for Mobility, March 15, 2017

  1. stella says:

    Looking up one of the assembly lines at Ford’s Willow Run Plant where the B24e Liberator Bombers were made.

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  2. jeans2nd says:

    Smart man.

    Trump announces challenge to Obama-era fuel standards
    “he (Trump) previewed the announcement during a round-table meeting at the American Center for Mobility with auto company executives and workers, just before the speech to a much bigger audience”
    http://www.bigstory.ap.org/article/22cc9ab8288a40b9ba773a42fd678de5/trump-take-fuel-standards-hold-nashville-rally

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