In a tweet, the president continued his assault on Harley Davidson, which began when the company said it would move some manufacturing overseas in response to Trump's tariffs.
President Donald Trump says his administration is courting motorcycle companies that want to move to the US after Harley-Davidson disclosed last week it would move some assembly overseas.
A spokesperson for Harley-Davidson did not immediately return FOX Business' request for comment.
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In 2017, global motorcycle sales at Harley-Davidson fell 6.7%, as US sales declined 8.5%. The U.S.is where the Action is!
Harley-Davidson said on June 25 that tariffs implemented by the European Union would increase the average cost per motorcycle by about $2,200 and the company was planning to move some production overseas as a result.
The company has said that it isn't planning to move any production to Europe as a result of the tariffs. Still, it has said that all of its motorcycles sold in the USA will continue to be made in the U.S. He also notes that sales were down 7 percent in 2017, but a sales drop past year can not be attributed to Harley-Davidson's announcement last week.