Presidents Departure Remarks CSPAN November 26, 2018 4:05pm-4:13pm EST
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for more information, go to studentcam.org. president trump spoke to reporters before he departed the white house for mississippi. he took questions on a range of topics, including general motors cutting jobs in the u.s. >> do you have a response to -- pres. trump: not good. i am not happy about it at all. we let ou position be knownr, and we are not happy about it. >> what about the order? -- border? pres. trump: mexico wants to be
sure that they get it straightened out. they will not be coming into our country. questions]ping -- in ohio? pres. trump: well, we don't like it. we believe they are opening something else. i was very tough when i spoke with her. this country has done a lot for general motors. you had better get back in there soon, that is ohio. we have a lot of pressure on them, senators, other people. s notsay the chevy cruz i n selling well, i say well, get another car that is selling well and put it back in. i am not happy about it. the car is not selling well, so they will put something else. i have no doubt in the not-too-distant future they will was something else.
here is the bottom line -- nobody is coming into our country unless they come in legally. go ahead. >> and tell me a little bit about senator highsmith. i knowrump: i know her, she apologized, and she misspoke, but i tell you this, i have known her for a period of time as a senator. she has done a great job, she is somebody respected in the senate. we have to rallies, and i hope you are all coming. >> have you spoken about her comments? pres. trump: i have. she felt very bad. she certainly did not mean it. it, she hasand already apologized and very strongly. >> [overlapping questions] -- pres.
trump: say it again, what?
obama had a separation policy. we all had a policy. i tried to do it differently, but obama had a separation policy, but people do
not like to talk about it. >> mr. president, what is your reaction to the brexit deal? pres. trump: it sounds like a great deal for the eu. i think we have to take a look at seriously whether or not the u.k. is allowed to trade, because right now, if you look at video, they may not be -- the deal, they may not be able to trade with us, and that is not a good thing. i do not think the prime minister meant that, and hopefully she will be able to do something about that. right now, as the deal stands, they may not be able to trade with the u.s., and i do not think they want that at all. that would be a negative deal. >> what you said earlier about the russia -- pres. trump: we do not like what is happening. either way, we do not like what
is happening. hopefully they will get it straightened out. i know europe is not thrilled. we are all working on it together. we did not. >> [indiscernible] did, i spokei with her, and i expressed the fact that i'm not happy with what she did. the united states may general motors, and for her to take the company out of ohio is not very good. i think she is going to put something back in. the car is not selling, the cruz, chevy cruz, it is not selling. hopefully she will come back. i am not happy about it. tariffs, it has nothing to do with tariffs. she says the car was not selling. >> [inaudible] pres. trump: i mean, it could
happen. we have a good relationship. here is what the battle minors ischina -- the bottom line -- china has to treat us fairly. they have to treat us fairly. [inaudible] >> when the new congress starts in january, there will be more than 100 new house and senate members. the democrats will control the house, the republicans the senate. new congress, new leaders. watch the process unfold on c-span. on mondays, when congress is in session, we like to take some time looking at the week ahead. helping us cover