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on Sunday, President Donald Trump backed boycotting American motorcycle manufacturer Harley Davidson Inc. It is the latest salvo in a dispute between the company and Trump over tariffs on steel. Reuters reports that 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.

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