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Three Martini Lunch: Auto Jobs Coming Back

Today’s Martinis: Cheering as Fiat Chrysler announces a billion-dollar investment in Michigan and planning to add 2,500 jobs to build Ram pickup trucks again, recoiling at President Trump’s attitude towards people in deeply troubled nations, and shaking our heads as Nancy Pelosi dismisses congressional immigration negotiators as “five white guys” – including her top deputy among House Democrats – as she called for more diversity in the group. Discuss this episode at Ricochet.
Pictured: An assembly line with 2014 Ram 1500 pickup trucks at the Warren Truck Plant in Warren, Michigan, September 25, 2014. (Rebecca Cook/Reuters)

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