GM Korea Didn’t Announce Move to Detroit

General Motors will close one of its four assembly plants in South Korea in May. It did not say it was moving production to Detroit instead, as President Trump claimed.

“That was not part of the announcement,” GM spokesman Patrick Morrissey said in a phone interview with FactCheck.org.

A announcing the closure said that the Gunsan plant has been underused

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