Labor Day: Trump criticizes union leader during Labor Day

President Donald Trump began Labor Day in the United States, known as Labor Day, with an attack on a union leader.

Trump wrote on his Twitter account on Monday that AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka “poorly represented his union on television this weekend.”

Richard Trumka, the head of the AFL-CIO, represented his union poorly on television this weekend. Some of the things he said were so againt the working men and women of our country, and the success of the U.S. itself, that it is easy to see why unions are doing so poorly. A Dem!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 3, 2018

The Republican added that “it is easy to see why the unions are doing so badly. A Democrat! ”

Trumka appeared on “Fox News Sunday” on Sunday, where he said efforts to restructure the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) should include Canada.

On President Trump, Trumka said that “the things he has done to harm workers outweigh what he has done to help them.”

Labor Day: Trump calls to celebrate Labor Day

After criticizing the union leader, Trump praised the economy and said that “our country is better than ever with unemployment setting record lows.”

“Happy Labor Day! Our country is doing better than ever with unemployment establishing historical minimums, “the president tweeted.

The unemployment rate of 3.9 per cent is not at the best point of all time, although it is almost the lowest in 18 years.

In addition, he took advantage of the moment to recall the current negotiation process of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA): “The United States. It has tremendous growth potential as we solve some of the worst commercial deals ever made by any country in the world. A lot of progress is being made! ”

” Workers. in the US they are showing improvement over ever. Let’s celebrate Labor Day! “He insisted.

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