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Trump announced earlier this year that significant tariffs would be imposed on aluminum and steel made outside the USA, including allies such as the European Union. A really bad move! "I think that's too far-fetched an argument and we don't have to make it", Giuliani said.

The President tweeted about the potential boycott on Sunday.

Cox's comment is striking given the context of bikers' complaints, and Trump's push for more products to be made in the U.S.

US President Donald Trump has backed boycotting American motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson, the latest salvo in a dispute between the company and Mr Trump over tariffs on steel. According to the same outlet, hundreds of thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts who attended the South Dakota event share this sentiment.

The Wisconsin-based motorcycle manufacturer announced a plan earlier this year to move production of motorcycles for the European Union from the United States to its overseas facilities to avoid the tariffs imposed by the trading bloc in retaliation for Mr. Trump's duties on steel and aluminum imports.

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Trump and his supporters, however, argued the texts were evidence of a "deep state" conspiracy to undermine Trump's presidency. Each was referred to the FBI for possible violations of the bureau's code of conduct.

Supporters focus on US President Donald Trump during a "Bikers for Trump" event at the Trump National Golf Club on August 11, 2018, in Bedminster, New Jersey. But the company said in a regulatory filing that it doesn't plan to increase prices as it adjusts.

That followed Trump's meeting on Saturday with about 180 bikers who are part of a "Bikers for Trump" fan group at his golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey.

Harley-Davidson was encouraged by President Trump to have its production completely in the United States. The company could not be immediately reached for comment on Sunday.

Harley said it stands to lose as much as $100 million a year, and the company pledged to shift some of its production overseas so that it could avoid the added tariffs on motorcycles sold in the EU. Considering Donald Trump is, evidently refusing to back down, that may no longer be an option.