U.S. President Donald Trump made one thing clear April 18 when he signed a new executive order while visiting Snap-on Tools in Kenosha, Wisconsin: American projects should be made with American goods. “New ships, bridges, tunnels and airplanes will be constructed with American hands, American steel and, yes, American tools,” he said. For Trump and his supporters, the time has come for Washington to “aggressively” promote and use U.S.-made goods and to ensure that ...

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