Harley-Davidson overseas move was years in the making: Bikers for Trump

Harley-Davidson overseas move was years in the making: Bikers for Trump

Scott Walker (R) on Monday pushed back against a possible boycott of Harley-Davidson, one day after President TrumpDonald John TrumpMattis defends reversing his stance on Trump's "Space Force" Pelosi: Trump engages in racism "constantly" Tom Steyer: Pelosi is wrong about Trump impeachment push MORE embraced the demonstration from some motorcycle owners if the company moves production overseas.

"They've been planning this move for many years now, and its common knowledge in the biker field", Cox said during an interview on "The Evening Edit" on Monday.

"Most other companies are coming in our direction, including Harley competitors", he tweeted on Sunday. "We couldn't be more disappointed".

In June, Harley said it would be implement a plan to "shift production of motorcycles for EU destinations from the USA to worldwide facilities" as potential tariffs implemented by the European Union would have an annual impact of $90 million to $100 million going forward, adding about $2,200 to the cost of each motorcycle. The American motorcycle manufacturer is forecasting the retaliatory tariffs would cost the company almost $100 million a year. A really bad move!

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The relationship flipped after Harley announced plans earlier this summer to shift production of bikes destined for Europe to overseas facilities.

Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin wrote on Twitter that Wisconsin businesses "need better trade deals, not tweets and trade wars", signing her message with her initials to indicate her personal authorship.

Cox said his fellow Bikers for Trump members see the president's tariffs as a measure to provide an "equitable clean slate" after years of trade abuses.

The company announced in June that it may have to move some of its manufacturing operations out of the US after the European Union imposed retaliatory tariffs on American exports.

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