Biden says auto makers haven’t shared ‘record profits’ fairly with workers


President Joe Biden on Friday offered his support to the United Auto Workers, as he addressed their strike aimed at the Big Three automakers.

Auto companies have seen record profits because of the “extraordinary skill and sacrifices” of UAW workers, Biden said in a brief speech at the White House.

“Those record profits have not been shared…

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