Detroit Auto Show Kicks Off Amid Pressure From Trump

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The Ford display is seen at the 2017 North American International Auto show, Friday, Jan. 6, 2017, in Detroit. The show opens to the media on Monday, Jan. 9 and to the public on Jan. 14. (Carlos Osorio/AP)

On Sunday, Fiat Chrysler announced it would invest $1 billion in already existing plants in Michigan and Ohio, adding 2,000 jobs. President-elect Donald Trump, who has criticized companies that outsource jobs, tweeted Monday a thank you to Fiat and also to Ford, which last week canceled plans for a new Ford plant in Mexico:

Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson speaks with Derek Thompson (@DKThomp) of The Atlantic about the wave of manufacturers promising to invest more in the U.S., and whether it will have an impact.

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