Workers at U.S. Steel and ArcelorMittal say they're not benefitting from the industry's gains.
He "sold us a bag of s**t" we're stuck with, former Steelworkers leader Chuck Jones says at an Indianapolis town hall.
President Trump said today, “I was elected to represent the city of Pittsburgh, not Paris.” But Pittsburghers know about the dangers of pollution.
In the grand scheme of things, when unions do well, everyone does well.
The press would have you believe that all of the angry white men are Trump supporters.
Trump's tax plan, his refusal to raise the minimum wage, his insistence that American workers make too much money, his anti-union stances, all endear him to his fellow 1 percenters. With pledges like these, Trump plans to guarantee that he - and his billionaire buddies - can continue taking too much.