"The send your Mercedes over here, but we can't send our Mercedes there," complained to the US President. Trump is now considering to impose duties of up to 25 percent on EU car imports.
The confirmation of the White house remained. The President is over the extended holiday weekend in his division at Mar-A-Lago in Florida. They are working on trade agreements with China, he tweeted.
But not a word to Europe - for example, whether, according to the Department of Commerce, European cars are a threat to national security. Or if Trump continues to push for, to want customs duties on imported cars from Europe to impose, in order to protect the American car industry."send your Mercedes over here"
That Trump is impatient and that he makes European cars for the American trade deficit is responsible, because the US has left President never a doubt.
"The EU is just as bad as China - only smaller. It is terrible what they did to us. Look at the car situation. Send your Mercedes over here, but we can't send our Mercedes there," defendant Trump.
U.S. President Donald Trump proves to be militant when it comes to documents of the EU car imports with higher tariffs."fear of jobs"
The deadline for the Trump commissioned report has expired on Sunday. According to media reports, which rely on German and French government circles, was delivered on time. And Trump should have duties, therefore, to be in possible Car.
this is also the clear statement from Chancellor Angela Merkel at the Munich security conference suggests: "If it is so, Trump impose now according to the law of 90 days time, duties for the protection of national security."
Angela Merkel warned of further duties, because the German and other European cars would become more expensive in the United States dramatically.
in Contrast, but only the Europeans were up in arms, but also the politicians in the Federal States, in which foreign cars will be produced, said Merkel.
For, even if imported car occupied parts of customs, even in the USA produced BMW or Mercedes harder to sell. "Are you afraid of jobs", added the Chancellor, "as the democratic Senator Doug Jones from Alabama."