Mar 28, 2016 12:16 PM EDT

Donald Trump Criticizes Ford Motors


President hopeful Donald Trump is constantly being mired by rumors and speculations and recently, Trump was noted to criticized Ford Motors and the company's present strategies for employment and investment.

According to a former report from CNN Money, "Trump has repeatedly accused the company of outsourcing jobs to other countries and taking jobs away from American workers and CEO Mark Fields responded to Trump's criticism and said that Ford is committed to adding jobs in the U.S."

The same report mentioned that Trump had commented on how Ford choose to set its manufacturing operations in Mexico and owing to that, the nation is losing millions as well as affecting the lives of the American people.

Despite the claims that Trump have been rendering to the company, Ford CEO rebutted by stating, "We've created 25,000 jobs [in the U.S.] since 2011, and going forward over the next four years we've agreed to either retain or add another 8,500 jobs. The amount of money that we invest in [research and development] here is more than companies like Apple."

It stands to reason that Trump is against the aims of the company to invest $2.5 billion in its Mexican operations rather than utilizing that money and pool it in the U.S. to create more jobs for the Americans.

More report from WMUR 9 noted of how Ford will still go forward with its $2.5 billion investment in Mexico, and stressed that their decision to implement the production of a line of trucks from Mexico to Ohio was already approved four years ago.

It remains to be seen how this so-called feud would end between Trump and the Ford Corporation and on whether both parties would meet in the future to settle their differences.

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