The state will now be required to rapidly phase out fossil fuels in the home of American automobiles and heavy industry.
UAW President Shawn Fain shot back at Bill Ford: "[He] knows exactly how to settle this strike."
“Those record profits have not been shared fairly, in my view, with those workers," he said.
It’s not hard to see why the argument would play well in MAGA circles ― but it has potential to connect with a broader group of voters too.
The chancellor pointed out that the German cars most at risk of being deemed a "national security threat" are made in America.
Why would Pruitt re-open a legally binding decision that is, by almost any measurement, a successful win-win regulation for the environment, consumers and industry?
A safety measure that industry groups have lobbied against might have made a crucial difference.
Bailouts, like the one recently considered by the Obama Administration, aren't the purview of one political party. Both parties do it freely and frequently, at federal and state levels. The US government is bailing out businesses all the time.