Watch Donald Trump to Speak at Clinton Township, MI Live

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Former President Donald Trump is set to deliver a remark at Clinton Township, in Macomb County in the State of Michigan, as he campaigns for the 2024 Republican Presidential nominee.

If you wish to watch the former President speak live, please read our post for more details about his visit to the State, speech schedule, and more.

Watch Donald Trump To Speak At Clinton Township, MI Live

As the United Auto Workers (UAW) Union’s strike against the mega three American car manufacturing companies has expanded and gained the headlines, Trump has organized a rally to address many former or current union members on Wednesday in Clinton Township, Michigan.

You can watch him speaking live right here on World-wire. We will be streaming his speech live. Stay tuned for further updates.

Trump Clinton Township, MI Rally Schedule

Trump Clinton Township, MI Rally Schedule

If you want to watch Watch Donald Trump to Speak at Clinton Township, MI Live or want to visit the location here is a schedule.


Trump will deliver his speech outside Drake Enterprises at 24800 Capital Blvd., in Clinton Township, Macomb County, Michigan.


Trump is scheduled to speak on 27 September, Wednesday, at 8 PM ET.

Trump’s Outreach To UAW Members

The former President’s visit to Michigan was expected since the United Auto Workers (UAW) union began a strike against Detroit’s three big car manufacturing companies, including Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis.

However, Trump’s visit to the State comes a day after United States President Joe Biden’s appearance in the State.

Both the current and the former President are trying to appeal to their policies amid the strike in an attempt to gain the small but significant Union’s vote in the potential battleground State.

Trump’s relationship with the United Auto Workers (UAW) union has been hostile as the former President has been known for opposing unions.

The former President is less popular among the UAW union due to some of his approaches against unions when he was the United States president, including reducing taxes for U.S. companies like auto giants and appointing people to the National Labor Relations Board, which endangered workers, according to the Union.

Trump's Outreach To UAW Members

Trump has frequently criticized UAW President Shawn Fain, arguing that he does not protect union member’s interests. The former President has commented, “The auto workers are being sold down the river by their leadership, and their leadership should endorse Trump.”

Trump also asserted that the UAW union should not support President Biden’s policy on electric vehicles, rendering it non-negotiable.

On his visit, Biden stood beside UAW President Shawn Fain on the picket lines and walked through Belleville. He told the union members that they deserved a “significant raise.”

In contrast, Trump will likely criticize Biden’s economic policies in his speech, claiming he would make better strategies to protect blue-collar workers if elected President.

Charles Ballard, a Michigan State University professor emeritus of economics, has said that Michigan and its blue-collar workers are important aspects for both the Presidential hopefuls.

President Biden focuses on recognizing the UAW’s effort and talks about increasing their raises and perks. Trump, on the other hand, concentrates mainly on white working-class voters.

Charles Ballard, “I think he is going to try to continue to appeal to white working-class voters, which includes a lot of people who are union members.”

Nonetheless, Shawn Fain’s words have indicated that the UAW union opposes Trump’s policies no matter how hard the former President tries to win the Union’s support.

Shawn Fain has denounced Trump: “Every fiber of our Union is being poured into fighting the billionaire class and an economy that enriches people like Donald Trump at the expense of workers.

He added, “We can’t keep electing billionaires and millionaires that don’t have any understanding of what it is like to live paycheck to paycheck and struggle to get by and expect them to solve the problems of the working class.”

Biden won the UAW’s support in the 2020 election. And he appears to do the same in the upcoming Presidential election as well.


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